In January 2013 our church voted on and passed a Peace Statement of Conscience, the first step in our three-year process to become certified as a Peace Advocacy Congregation by the UUA. During these years our church has performed peace activities in each of the four areas required:  International Peace; Personal, Domestic and Congregational Peace; Peace Lobbying and Activism; and Military Personnel Support.

A Peace Advocacy Committee was formed to guide the application process and the final application was submitted in January 2017 and unanimously approved by the UU Peace Ministry Network’s Leadership Team.

View the application online here.

— PAC Committee:  Neva Allen, Marty Daniels, Paul Eagle, Kathy Kreamer and Deane Perkins.