Service for Peace -  Helping the Community

Service for Peace

Helping the Community

Service for Peace -  Being Active

Service for Peace

Being Active

Service for Peace - Standing with Jewishandproud

Service for Peace

Standing with Jewishandproud

Service of Peace -  Giving a helping hand

Service for Peace

Giving a helping hand

Volunteer Services with ARSP

Volunteer Services with ARSP

You are interested in historical, social, and political issues and would like to take action for peace, international understanding and human rights? We offer one-year volunteer services for young people from Ukraine in Poland and for people from Poland in Great Britain, as well as volunteer services for people from all countries in Germany. You also have the opportunity to take part in a summer camp and experience history while doing practical work with your own hands in an international group.

ARSP Voices

ARSP volunteers share their stories

ARSP volunteers share their experiences during their one year service in the
United States - in their own words.


Welcome Monika Moyrer

Changing of the guards

In the end of August we will say "Goodbye" to our current US Program Director Mark McGuigan and "Hello" to Monika Moyrer


We remember the victims

The shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue

In the morning of October 27 th, 2018 eleven members of the Jewish congregation Tree of Life in Pittsburgh lost their lives. ARSP is horrified at the shooting that took place at the Tree of Life Congregation and expresses its sorrow for the victims and families and its solidarity with Pittsburgh's Jewish community


A retrospective View

50 Years ARSP in the United States

Mark McGuigan, US Program Director of ARSP, takes a look at the 50th Anniversary Celebration which took place in October 2018 in New York City


50 Years ago

The first ARSP volunteers

In 1968, the first group of ARSP volunteers arrived in the United States.
Former volunteers from the early days remember and share their stories.


In El Salvador as an Election Observer

Observe and Ensure a Democratic Vote

The Inter Religious Task Force, one of our project partners, is a nonprofit interfaith group founded in 1980. They promote peace and human rights in central America our ARSP volunteer Janna had the opportunity to travel with them to El Salvador as an election observer.


German-Jewish Shabbat Dinners in DC

Sharing Bread And Ideas

It was a busy spring for Action Reconciliation Service for Peace and especially our fellow at the AJC in Washington DC, Lewin Nolden. Lewin helped to organize Shabbat Dinners in DC, bringing together young American Jewish professionals and Germans.


Young Jews and Germans in Dialogue

Podium Discussion at Brandeis University

The Center of German and European Studies at the Brandeis University presented: The impact of German history: Young Jews and Germans in dialogue. ARSP volunteers Rahel and Lea participated.