The Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America is the largest network of Baptist peacemakers in the world. Contact information manager Allison Paksoy.
The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship started in the 1940s as a group that provided support to conscientious objectors to World War II and continue to speak out against war. Rick Ufford-Chase is the executive director.
United for Peace & Justice is a coalition of more than 70 groups, including several religious groups, committed to opposing war.
Voices for Creative Nonviolence has deep, long-standing roots in active nonviolent resistance to U.S. war-making.
Christian Peace Witness is an ecumenical, group of partners who are committed to raising a Christian voice for peace.
Gregory Clapper is a professor of religion and philosophy at the University of Indianapolis and a National Guard chaplain. His research interests include Christian theology, ethics; philosophy of religion, Christian ethics, Christian spiritual formation, Wesleyan studies and church history.
The War Resisters Support Campaign was founded in 2004 to assist U.S. military personnel who refused to participate in the Iraq war and came to Canada seeking asylum.
Courage to Resist is a California-based organization that supports war resisters. Email via their website.
The GI Rights Hotline is a group of nearly 20 non-governmental, non-profit organizations located in 11 states and in Germany that provides free, confidential and accurate information on US military regulations and practices to service members, veterans, potential recruits and their families.