Prayer for Peace in Israel and Palestine written by Rose Berger, published by Sojourners.

Prayers for the Softening of Hearts and for the People of Gaza from the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America shared by Churches for Middle East Peace

Join Virtual Praying for Peace every Wednesday at 12:30pm ET hosted by Churches for Middle East Peace.



  • Write a Letter to the Editor -- Follow these helpful tips to write a LTE about a ceasefire for Gaza.
  • Gaza Ceasefire Pilgrimage – Commit to walking 25 miles during the Season of Lent as a way to building awareness of the need for a ceasefire.
  • Tell the White House and Congress Ceasefire Now -- Click to send your message and make phones to elected officials.
  • Submit comments to the White House. Keep telling Pres. Biden that the Palestinians and the world needs him to call for a ceasefire.
  • City Council Palestine Organizing Toolkit - A guide on organizing for ceasefire resolutions in local city councils
  • Pilgrimage for Peace: #CeasefireNow - For people in the Philadelphia – Washington, DC area: From February 14 to February 21, faith leaders, activists, and artists will march from Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA to the White House in Washington, DC to urge President Biden to call for an end to the war in Palestine. The route:
    • February 14 – Philadelphia, PA to Chester, PA
    • February 15 – Chester, PA to Wilmington, DE
    • February 16 – Wilmington, DE to Newark, DE
    • February 17 – Newark, DE to Perryville, MD
    • February 18 – Havre de Grace, MD to Joppa, MD
    • February 19 – Joppa, MD to Baltimore, MD
    • February 20 – Baltimore, MD to Laurel, MD
    • February 21 – Laurel, MD to Washington, DC