PeaceWorks is volunteers of many faiths living together
while serving a community
Global PeaceWorks experience for me was more than international
volunteer work – it was a gift, a blessing, a joy.
Learning about the religions of the world in India was
one thing, learning and living with people of other faiths
made it extraordinary..."
more from Melissa, a volunteer from
Penn State University, USA
live in a world comprising different religions and
practices. I always wanted
to see them under one roof and observe them closely and see
where all of them merge to give rise to a single strand of
thought and feeling. I finally got a chance to do all that."
the report from child rights advocate
of Shillong, India
visited temples, mosques and churches and listened to their
stories, discussed their
beliefs, histories and offered prayers. Harmony could be felt
It was my most meaningful New Year's ever!"
more from Robert Hu, volunteer from Taiwan
a devout Christian, I never entered any other temples
or mosques. Global PeaceWorks inspired
me to enter
into a Sikh Gurudwara and mosque in New Delhi. And
I am happy about it!"
Marella, a Christian lay evangelist from South
India, is now friends with the Imam from the local Mosque;
the priest from the local Hindu Temple; and several Americans
more from Titus
felt something indescribable. The joy of constructing together,
it’s so marvelous."
from Mumbai, India
PeaceWorks led the
2003 Peace Among Religions project in
Delhi, India, learn more about what we did!
are Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs,
Baha'is and others from the United States, Europe, India and
other wonderful places. We live as a family; serve
a community in need; visit sacred sites and explore spirituality
strive to be a living, serving, loving global model of peace
among people of many religions and cultures.
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