Ambassadors for Peace Richmond, Virginia
UPF-Richmond Program, Nov.13/2010
Venue: Richmond Public Library, Richmond, VA
Theme: "The Revolutionary Path to Peace"
Creating One Family Under God
(Above, Left) Mr. Charles Thuku of Kenya, Activities Director of African Immigrants Fellowship for Peace and Reconciliation (AIFPR), outlays the varied activities of his organization which provides opportunities for learning the ways of peace and reconciliation. Some, he says, are: "prayers for each other, studying scriptures together, practicing hospitality, celebrating important events in the lives of the members of AIFPR, giving special care and attention to the youth, and working for justice."
(Above, Center and Right) Rev. Humphrey Muraya, Coordinator of AIFPR, delivers a message on attaining peace. He focused on the point that we need to have God's presence in order to have peace. He emphasized and re-emphasized that "There is no way to peace because 'peace is the way.'"
"We must understanding that we belong to each other...", he said, "this is a key realization for us to become one and stop the fighting amongst ourselves." Going further, he explained that our fight is "a fight for peace."
[(Above, Center and Right) Mr. Paul Gathambo, Men's Director of AIFPR, and Rev. Muraya receive the UPF Ambassadors for Peace Certificate.
(Above) The Blessing of Peace for individuals and families was bestowed on everyone. AIFPR will be celebrating its first anniversary on Sunday, December 12th, 2010. Please contact us for details.
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