Peace Together, a Texas Nonprofit Corporation, whose mission is to build relationships between neighbors, no matter their differences, invites individuals and organizations to sign up for their annual Peace Walk to be held Saturday, November 6, 2021, in Colleyville, TX. The Peace Walk will continue the focus upon and promotion of the love and caring of our neighbors to the exclusion of hatred, bigotry, discrimination, and intolerance.
Registration for the event is free. All participants will receive water and snacks at the beginning of the walk. Peace Together T-shirts will be available for purchase.
The event will begin with free parking available at both Good Shepherd Catholic Community, 1000 Tinker Road, Colleyville, TX, and First United Methodist Church of Colleyville, 1000 Church Street, Colleyville at 12:30 PM. and other overflow facilities. Participants will be transported to the Colleyville Masjid for Opening Ceremonies beginning at 2:00 PM followed by the Walk, which will encompass approximately three miles to Congregation Beth Israel (“CBI”), also in Colleyville.
The route is stroller and wheelchair friendly. Food vendors and music will be available at CBI where closing ceremonies will take place at approximately 4:30 PM.
Various locations will be set out on the Walk route for rest stops and additional water. Transportation will also be available to take participants to CBI if they decide not to walk the full route or from the Masjid for those who prefer to be bussed to CBI where they can share stories with new “neighbors.”
Approximately 400 participated in each of the last two walks with the help of many participating organizations and the phenomenal help of the City of Colleyville. After postponement due to COVID in 2020, a much larger number is hoped for this year.
More information and registration can be found at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/peace-together-community-walk-tickets-64759563598. You may also view an informational video at
About Peace Together
A core group of individuals began meeting in Colleyville, not long after the shocking and tragic events in Charlottesville, VA in August of 2017. Participants, organizations, and institutions supporting Peace Together continue to show that hatred, bigotry, discrimination, and intolerance should and can be replaced by the development of strong relationships among individuals, despite their different backgrounds, appearances, and beliefs.