Who Are We:
Newman Nonviolent Peacemaking Group is composed of dedicated parishioners and friends who recognize the violence in the world and who strive to seek non-violent solutions to make the world a better place.
PAYING TAXES TO SUPPORT WAR? – Tue, Mar 12, 7-9pm
Come listen to a panel discuss Rep. John Lewis (GA)’s national tax bill to allow people of conscience to pay their taxes to a designated peace fund. Should one be compelled to pay taxes to support war and weapons if you oppose war? How should people of conscience respond?
GOOD FRIDAY @ LIVERMORE LAB – April 19, Good Friday at 6:45am, at the corner of South Vasco Rd. & Paterson Pass Rd., outside the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab. Ecumenical Peace Institute and the Livermore Conversion Project offer a service of worship and nonviolent witness against nuclear weapons. Our speakers will be community activists Francisco and Christina Herrera. For more information contact Kara (510.594.2401 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
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“The Newman Nonviolent Peacemaking Group has helped me understand and appreciate the power of Jesus’ message of nonviolence. It has reinforced my conviction that all humans are created in God’s image and deserve dignity and respect. I enjoy going to each event because they are unique, informative, and give me hope that we can overcome our problems not with weapons but with words.”