Help Us Empower Peacemakers
& Help Us 'Carry The Dream'

The Jerusalem Prayer Project (JPP) has been self-funded by a combination of personal assets of its producers and benefactor donations. To date, $60,000+ and hundreds of hours of development, writing & editing time have been committed to create the presentation package; including promo video, original music for the soundtrack and CD “Flow”, website design, image licensing, and film production for the documentary series, ‘Warriors of the Heart: Peacemakers in the Holy Land’. An additional production includes the Martin Luther King music video tribute, “We Carry the Dream”. JPP officially launched December 10, 2016 with a multi-media fundraising event at the Electric Lodge Theater in Venice, CA. The night was a great success, breaking ground into the public arena of non-profit funding. As a result of JPP’s initial fundraising push, Executive Producer Stephen L. Fiske and Director Robert Corsini raised sufficient funds to travel to Israel/Palestine for ten days of field production for their documentary ‘Warriors of the Heart’. The journey documented several stories of grassroots peacemakers in the holy land, including that of -- 'Women Wage Peace', an Israeli/Palestinian women's movement developing new approaches towards resolving the ongoing conflict in the region. Stephen made two additional trips to Israel and did extensive filming of the Women Wage Peace program, ‘Journey to Peace’. The “Women Wage Peace” segment will be released in early 2018 followed by additional segments including the story of Israeli settler and Orthodox Rabbi Hanan Schlesinger and his partnership with Palestinian political activist, Ali Abu Awaad. Other compelling stories are also in production. Your generosity directly empowers the JPP team to continue its mission of promoting peace in the Holy Land and around the world through creative, mindful and prayerful action -- at a time when it is needed most. We need YOUR help to bring these stories to light. The Jerusalem Prayer Project is a special affiliate of the Unity-and-Diversity World Council (UDC), a California 501c3 non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, and all donations are tax deductible.
The Jerusalem Prayer Project is a special affiliate of the Unity-and-Diversity World Council (UDC), a California 501c3 non-profit organization based in Los Angeles.

Personal Info

Donation Total: $20


Peace Portal

The Peace Portal creates a global space for this work, documenting and promoting peace-making and reconciliation through creative action.

The Peace Portal provides a platform for crafting a message in a format of choice, that is prayerful and follows basic principles of peace,nonviolence, and sustainability. The project embraces the wisdom of ancient prophets and modern-day peacemakers such as Ghandi, Martin Luther King Jr., Cesar Chavez, Mother Theresa, and currently, the Dalai Lama and Pope Francis.

Full-length documentary

"Warriors of the Heart" is JPP’s first feature documentary film that enters into the world of grass roots peacemaking at the center of the Palestinian/Israeli conflict -- telling stories of courageous Peacemakers, on the ground, who risk everything for the greater ‘good’ of both peoples. The filming has begun featuring: “Women Wage Peace” as the first segment; followed by the stories of Israeli settler Rabbi Hanan Schlesinger, and Palestinian political activist Ali Abu Awaad; and Professor Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi, a moderate Palestinian who has formed the “Wasatia” movement in Palestine, teaching empathy and moderation in the midst of conflict.

Theatrical Short

JPP will feature a ‘short-subject’ film entitled Jerusalem Prayer. The film is approximately 15 minutes in length and is set to the soundtrack recording of music (compositions: Jerusalem Prayer and Peace of Prayer) by Stephen L. Fiske.

The film has no narration or voice over. It is a flowing montage of images following the melodic and rhythmic pulse of the music. Conceived and written by Stephen, it gives a storyline with principal characters, and portrays a musical and visual depiction of the beauty and color of the rich diversity of the ancient city of Jerusalem.


Where The Money Goes

The funds you contribute go directly towards the completion of the “Warriors of the Heart: Peacemakers in the Holy Land" documentary series as well as other projects in development.

We are looking for $150,000 to complete phase 1, which includes all segments of the “Warriors of the Heart” documentary series (a complete detailed budget breakdown is included in the JPP Prospectus, available upon request)

The $150,000 will be allocated in the following ways:

$20,000: Final field production in Israel/Palestine

$50,000: Post-production for "Warriors of the Heart".

$10,000: Licensing of archival photos, music and 3rd party video clips acquired by JPP.  

$25,000: Web design, graphics, and ongoing maintenance of the websites.

$45,000: Promotion, Staff, office & miscellaneous

The $150,000 we currently seek to raise also includes the MLK music video tribute, “We Carry the Dream”, and a project in development, “O.U.R.” (Our Universal Renaissance) intended to be shown at the Parliament of the World’s Religions event in Toronto this November. Stephen, Robert, and the staff of JPP are dedicated to producing content of the highest quality, of creative innovation, and of significant social impact.  


$1-100 Supporting:
$25-50 1 CD, $50-100 1 CD, Art of Peace Book & T-shirt
$101-500 Strengthening:
2 CD, 1 Book, special thanks listing on our website
$501-1000 Empowering:
All of above + empowering listing on website and in film credits
$1001- 5000 Sustaining:
All of above + sustainer listing on website and on film credits and logo on website and film
$5001-10,000 Leading:
All of above + prime listing on film
10,001-15,000 Pillar:
All of above + featured sponsor listing on the film
$20,000+ Executive:
All of above + executive sponsor listing

Tax deductible contributions to The Jerusalem Prayer Project can also be made by sending a check or money order to the following address: Jerusalem Prayer Project, 635 California Ave, Venice, California. 90291.

**An Executive Business Summary & JPP film developments are available upon request.**


“You carry Mother Earth within you. She is not outside of you."

- Thich Nhat Hahn.

The Jerusalem Prayer Project is a music, film and multimedia venture creating an ongoing interactive global peacebuilding platform. The project is centered in Jerusalem focusing on Jerusalem as analogous for the peacebuilding challenges worldwide. The Jerusalem Prayer Project is a special affiliate of the Unity-and-Diversity World Council (UDC) a California 501c3 non-profit organization based in Los Angeles. UDC is an interfaith coordinating body of multiple groups and individuals concerned with building bridges across religious, cultural and political differences in order to contribute to a more peaceful and sustainable future.