Kids4Peace Interfaith Camp

Kids4Peace is an interfaith peace education program that encourages children ages 11-12 of different cultures and faiths to explore  the ways they are different and similar, to learn understanding, tolerance and respect as they foster friendships. The organization, whose Boston chapter was co-founded by First Church member Peggy Stevens. offers summer camps for Jewish, Christian and Muslim children to forge sustainable friendships. 

Hear Peggy and Kids4Peace alumna and First Church member Nicole Haas-Loomis talk about the impact of Kids4Peace in this piece on WBUR's Radio Boston, which aired on Friday, August 23, 2013.

Peggy Stevens

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