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The Public Peace Initiative is a movement of peacemakers building bridges of unity, reconciliation, and hope for our world

The pursuit of “Peace” in our communities means to pursue a world where we “All Flourish”.
As people of God we are being beckoned into our divine identity as sons and daughters, to walk out our calling as peacemakers with Jesus, the Prince of Peace, to stand in the gap of disparity – To reclaim what has been stolen, reconcile what has been divided, and restore what has been broken with the wholeness and fullness of the Kingdom of God.
From our churches to our government, to our businesses and acts of philanthropy – we are purposed to move toward peace!

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.”

– Matthew 5:9 –
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On August 8th, 1968 the first Martin Luther King Blvd. was named and dedicated in Chicago. On August 8th, 2020 we gathered to celebrate the MLK Blvd. in Denver and prayed together in unity to stand against racism and injustice.


Connect with fellow peacemakers. Engage in community action. Interact with creative presentations. Eat, drink, and dive into meaningful conversations. 

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Connect with Jerry’s Story

Learn about his peacemaking journey.

3 min.

Jerry Burton has lived in Denver for 31 years and has spent 3 years on the streets advocating and organizing for the rights of those experiencing homelessness. For Jerry, his advocacy is rooted in choosing to care and have compassion for people. It was a cold snowy morning when he witnessed the police taking blankets from people trying to survive the freezing night. This was a moment that deeply hurt him and one he wouldn’t forget. Jerry would then choose to go back to the streets to advocate for his neighbors who are trying to survive the harsh elements and reality of not having a home.…READ MORE

We partner with the community to foster hope and restore lives.

We worked with St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and the Colorado Village Collaborative to launch a fundraising campaign to build the first tiny home village for women transitioning out of homelessness. 

“The campaign that we built under Patrick’s leadership highlighted themes that emerged directly from the words and experiences of villagers of the previous tiny home village. Our constituency then responded to the message by launching their own fundraisers that would go towards our funding goals.”

Cole Chandler, Program Director,
Colorado Village Collaborative


“It was like a reason to live. It was a flourishing time in my life. I just felt good about myself. I just felt a sense of belonging…” – Rhonda

Watch Rhonda’s Story

Rhonda’s story is the beginning of Denver’s second tiny home village for those experiencing homelessness.