GVCP 45th Anniversary

Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace is a nonviolent activist group, maintaining close contacts with national groups such as Peace Action NYS, and Nicaragua Network, and MoveOn. Our members includes concerned individuals from Livingston, Genesee, Monroe, Ontario, and Wyoming counties. We extend membership to any person anywhere who believes in our goals and our methods. If you’d like to join Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace, please contact us here.

News & Events

[GVCP] DACA Event 10/03

[GVCP] DACA Event 10/03

From our friend Clara Gallagher of Geneseo PA: Tuesday, October 3rd 7:00 – 9:00 PM Interfaith Center 11 Franklin St. Geneseo Due to recent changes in the current administration, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) has been threatened to be discontinued. There are many students not only in Geneseo, but across the country, that will… Continue Reading

[GVCP] *Today*Today*Today* International Day of Peace event Thursday, 9/21

*Today*Today*Today*Today*Today*Today*Today*Today*Today*Today*Today*Today*   Dear GVCP Member, Today is when we celebrate GVCP’s 45th Anniversary and the International Day of Peace.  We are hoping for a large turnout of GVCP members who support what we do, even if they can’t make it to regular meetings.   If you can’t be at St. Michael’s Church at 4:00 PM,… Continue Reading

[GVCP] Please come to our International Day of Peace event Thursday, 9/21

Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace is celebrating its 45th anniversary of actively working for a world of peace, justice, and freedom Please celebrate with us by joining us for the International Day of Peace Thursday, September 21, 4:00 pm St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, 23 Main St., Geneseo Please join us for this family-friendly event, which… Continue Reading

Sunday worship

Dear GVCP member, If you go to services this Sunday, please announce our September 21st event. If you can, print up the poster and post it on the bulletin board. I’ve spoken to two couples who either “didn’t know it was happening” or “didn’t think it was important to be there.”  That’s not good. We… Continue Reading