The heart of Theology & Peace is the annual conference, which creates a meeting place for committed Christians, theologians, pastors, scholars, activists, authors and others concerned with the creation of an effective theology in response to the violence of our society, our culture, and ourselves. In particular, the organization is dedicated to the application of Rene Girard's groundbreaking work in revealing the root of violence. Friendships have been developed and nourished as a strong community continues to study, worship and pray together.

In the sections devoted to past conferences you will find some of the presentations and ideas Theology and Peace addresses, including:
THE REV. BRADLEY CALLAWAY DYCHE welcomes participants to the 2013 Theology & Peace Conference at UNC Chapel Hill.
June 2014/UNC Chapel Hill, NC
"Barriers To Compassion"

June 2013/UNC Chapel Hill, NC:
"Lynching, Scapegoating & Actual Innocence"

June 2012/Notre Dame of Maryland, Baltimore:
"Christian Community Amid Cultural Chaos"

June 2011/Notre Dame of Maryland, Baltimore:
"Transforming Christianity"

June 2010/North Park University, Chicago:
"The Road To Humanity"

June 2009/Techny Towers Retreat Ctr., Chicago
"Girardian Discussions"

May 2008/Bon Secours, Maryland:
"Nonviolence, Forgiveness and Peace"

May 2007/Lancaster, Pennsylvania:
"Theologia Pacis"
Theology & Peace's 2016 Conference: May 23-26 at Techny Towers Chicago

In 2016 Theology & Peace will begin addressing issues of Policing and Militarization. 
Conference Archives
2014, Chapel Hill
2015, Chicago