Peace with Justice Sunday
Your Peace with Justice Sunday gifts change lives in places where the joy of knowing Christ is mixed with the tragedy of violence. United Methodists relate to this special Sunday by seeking peaceful solutions, creating and supporting peace-related ministries in their conference and learning about peaceful, just efforts around the world.
Observed on Trinity Sunday (the First Sunday after Pentecost), this day witnesses to our Triune God's call for a faithful, just, and peaceful world.PEACE WITH JUSTICE SUNDAY »
You have told us, Great God, what is required:
to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with You.
A listing of hymns and worship resources on peace.Worship and Music Resources on Peace »
British Methodist pastor and hymn writer Andrew Pratt has written this text for Peace with Justice Sunday.Here Is Peace »
In three short stanzas, British Methodist pastor and hymn writer Andrew Pratt explores the true meaning of peace and how it results from God’s grace and our gracious actions in all acts of peacemaking.“Here Is Peace” hymn study »
This hymn by Carolyn Winfrey Gillette explores the topics of peace and peacemaking, and our call to bring peace and live restored lives. Carolyn has also included a five-week adult study outline for small or large groups at any time of the year.
O God, the Things That Make for Peace »
This hymn by United Methodist pastor R. Frederick Crider, Jr. is based on Psalm 24. It is appropriate for services celebrating creation, nature and the environment, stewardship of the earth, Earth Day, Blessing of the Animals, or any general service.
At Peace with All Creation »