Christian International Peace Service (CHIPS)

Christian International Peace Service (CHIPS)

Charity information

Christian International Peace Service (CHIPS)

CHIPS teams live in areas of conflict, building relationships with people on both sides. They facilitate projects which bring together people from all sides to address a particular need. Building relationships across divides, increases trust and reduces conflict, allowing lasting peace to take root.

Founded 1974

  • Mission statement

    To contribute to peace in areas of conflict and tension through a practical, grassroots, biblical, and sustainable approach.

  • Aims

    Christian International Peace Service (CHIPS) aims to:

    • We are a catalyst for peacemaking at the grassroots Living at the local level, engaging local people in practical action, and working with both sides of the conflict divide.
    • We demonstrate peace through our way of life With teams drawn from people on both sides of the conflict divide, we demonstrate that peace is possible.
    • We are Christian We believe we are required as Christians to put our faith in God into action by loving our neighbour, and we base our approach on regular study of Jesus' ministry.
    • We welcome and work with everyone Welcoming all regardless of colour, race, ethnicity, gender, nationality, religion, or disability. We do not discriminate.
  • Overview

    Established: February 1974

    Registered Charity Number: 1174527

    Board members: 3

    Full time staff: 2

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 8

    Phone number: 02070787439

    Address: 17 Hopton House SW9 7SP

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