We wage peace by bringing Muslims and Christians together and creating space for conversations to happen and real relationships to be built.


How We Do It

We believe that peace between Muslims and Christians IS possible. We see it all the time. We bring together Christians and Muslims to share meals and to learn about each other through honest conversations. Most often this happens by bringing together people from local mosques and churches, by hosting panel and group discussions, and by sharing meals at local restaurants or in homes. 




Racial Peacemaking Training
Saturday, July 15, 9am-12:30pm
This two-part session will give you a helpful framework on dealing with tension when people from different cultures are involved.
Register here!

Pray Together for Columbus
Wednesday, July 19, 7-8:30pm
Join us as we practice praying TOGETHER—Muslims and Christians (and others). The flourishing of our world depends on a God-given design of justice and peace. Jesus taught his followers to pray for God’s will to be done, so we want to follow that example. Prayer will not be formal religious prayers, but will take place through silence, writing, creative expression and praying aloud.
Email hannah@peace-catalyst.net for details and to RSVP.

Central Vineyard Church
Sunday, August 27, 10-11:30am
Peace Catalyst President Rick Love will be preaching at Central Vineyard Church on Sunday, August 27.
See http://www.centralvineyard.com for directions or more about Central Vineyard.

Contact martin.brooks@peace-catalyst.net for more information.

Love Your Neighbor Dinner
Enjoy a meal while hearing what "love of neighbor" means in both Islam and Christianity and hearing stories of Muslims and Christians around the U.S. learning to live in peace.
Masjid Al-Ittehad
Email jason@fccoceanside.org for more

Islam, Evangelicals & Interfaith
Speakers: Imam Taha Hassane and Rev. Dr. Rick Love
Wednesday, August 9th
Lunch included
$25 per person at the door.
Email revabigail.afc@outlook.com to RSVP

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