Be Peace is a grassroots movement to promote grace and kindness. It’s about finding peace within ourselves, and finding peace with others. At a time when the world often feels broken and social discourse is often combative, Be Peace offers a friendly and constructive approach.
Be Peace was conceived on Nov. 9, 2016, during an interfaith community conversation at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in New Hope, Pa. But the movement isn’t tied to a particular time or place. Be Peace is an ongoing personal commitment to embracing optimism and creating a kinder community for all.
See Be Peace photos at the #stphilipsnewhope Instagram feed.
How You Can Participate
- Wear a Be Peace button.
- Share a Be Peace button.
- Take a photo of yourself or someone else wearing a Be Peace button. Send it with the subject’s first name and location to firstname.lastname@example.org. The photo, first name and location may be posted on Instagram at #stphilipsnewhope. (Personal data will not be shared or retained.)
- Consider posting your photo on Instagram or Twitter. Include the hashtags #bepeace, #stphilipsnewhope and #newhope.
- Follow our Instagram feed and like and comment on photos.
- Join the Be Peace New Hope Lambertville Facebook page to learn about upcoming volunteer and enrichment opportunities in the community.