No, you are incorrect!
This version of Sim Shalom comes from Mishkan T’fillah, the siddur of the Reform movement. The change comes in the third line with the words barkeinu, yotzreinu kulanu k’ehad b’or panekha.
You can check this out yourself. Download the PrayerTech app from student.prayertech.net and try it out using the user name and password sample. All four versions of Sim Shalom are there. Can you see where the movements have modified the prayer?
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