A. Missional Practices: Faith-based Promotion of Restorative Justice

Catholic Mobilizing Network in Wash. D. C.  Director of Restorative Justice, Caitlin Morneau

Prison Fellowship International in Wash. D. C.  President, Andrew Corley.

The Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University, VA.

Canadian School of Peacebuilding at Canadian Mennonite University, Manitoba.

Mennonite Central Committee / Restorative Justice USA

Mennonite Central Committee / Restorative Justice Canada (click on province)

KIPCOR Kansas Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution. Director Sheryl Wilson.

Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School.

Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute offering STAR Trauma-Care Trainings

Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil in Seattle / Reconciliation leadership and learning services

Love Mercy Do Justice (LMDJ) with the Evangelical Covenant Church. Director Dominique DuBois Gilliard.

Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership Development in Madison, WI, with Alexander Gee and the “Justified Anger” project.

Nehemiah Trinity Rising in Chicago, with founder and CEO M. Michelle Day. Providing restorative education and supports throughout the community.

Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries  in Oak View, CA, with Elaine Enns and Ched Myers.  “Animating communities of discipleship and justice.”


B. Communal Practices: Congregational peacemaking within churches

Alban Institute at Duke University. Resources for conflict transformation and healthy church organizations.

Lombard Peace Center  in Chicago.  Active since 1983.  Director Richard Blackburn. Trainings, workshops, and reconciliation services.

Style Matters – Church conflict resolution resources by Ron Kraybill

Healthy Congregations in Delaware, Ohio, specializing in Family Systems Theory

Center for Healthy Churches in North Carolina. Consultation, counseling, coaching.

Peacemaker Ministries in Colorado Springs. Providing services, workshops and trainings.

JustPeace  in Wash. D. C.  Center for Mediation and Conflict Transformation. United Methodist.

National Council for Churches in Wash. D. C.  Liturgical resources for conflict response.

The Colossian Forum  in Grand Rapids, MI.  Director, Michael Gulker. Equipping leaders to transform conflict into growth.

 The Allender Center in Seattle. Based in the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology.

Credence & Co. in Ontario, Canada, with CEO, trainer and facilitator Betty Pries. “Supporting Leaders, Transforming Organizations.” View Services for Congregations.