Who We Are
The Anglican Pacifist Fellowship is a body of people within the Anglican Communion who reject war as a means of solving international disputes, and believe that peace and justice should be sought through non-violent means.
Central to Jesus’ teaching is the message of love, for God, our neighbour and even our enemies. We are to do good to those who hate us, and not respond to violence with violence.
The urgency of this message is all the greater in today’s world, with its weapons of mass destruction, its flourishing arms trade, and its intractable conflicts. Violent means fail to bring lasting solutions, and humanity itself is increasingly at risk of extinction.
We believe …
- that Jesus’ teaching is incompatible with the waging of war.
- that a Christian church should never support or justify war.
- that our Christian witness should include opposing the waging or justifying of war.
The APF is a registered charity no. 209610
What We Do
The Anglican Pacifist Fellowship is part of a worldwide movement for peace. Standing in solidarity with other peace organisations, we work with our partnership organisations on events and campaigning. Challenging militarism in the church, we provide a focus for Anglicans to engage with peace-building.
Our quarterly magazine, TAP offers news and articles about peace and peacemaking.
Here and on social media we keep you updated on events, news and campaigns.
We provide training and resources in Gospel nonviolence and peacemaking.
APF also offers grants to help peacemaking projects across the globe.