Events

  • Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 04:30 PM

    Keep Us Covered Rally

    Senator Moran told us back in July if a healthcare bill isn't good for Kansas, it isn't good for him and he wouldn't vote in support of it. We will hold him to his words and ask him to vote NO on Graham-Cassidy.

    Graham-Cassidy bill will: 

    - end protections for pre-existing conditions,
    - lead to more closings of rural hospitals,
    - raise premiums on middle-class families,
    - prevent veterans from access to affordable coverage, and
    - end special education, both for kids with disabilities and kids designated as gifted. 

    For our attendees:
    ** Dress for the weather. Looks like it'll be thunderstorms, but we're holding the event anyway.
    ** Bring your own umbrellas. You can bring signs too but it might be hard to hold both.
    ** Code of Conduct: We will engage in peaceful, civil discourse. All attendees are expected to be polite and respectful at all times. We DO NOT engage with counter-protesters.

    Sponsored by Indivisible KC 
    Co-Sponsors: Alliance for a Healthy Kansas, Communities Creating Opportunities, Kansas Interfaith Action 

  • Sunday, October 15, 2017 at 10:00 AM
    Community Congregational Church

    Garden City

    Rabbi Moti Rieber will deliver the message at church services this morning. The title of his talk is "If We are Children, then We are Heirs: The Lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in the Justice Struggles of Today" 

  • Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 03:00 PM

    UCC KO Conference General Meeting

    Annual Meeting of the Kansas-Oklahoma Conference of the United Church of Christ 

    Rabbi Moti will be giving a workshop on Friday afternoon: 

    #SacredResistance: The Work of Kansas Interfaith Action

    This workshop will focus on the development and work of KIFA, particularly our work on state legislative initiatives over the past two years. KIFA's role both as the faith contingent of larger alliances, and as prophetic voice when needed, will be explored. Special focus will be on KIFA's role in the development of Kansas People's Agenda, a coalition bringing Kansas into the national Poor People's Campaign coordinated by Repairers of the Breach and the Kairos Center.

    KIFA will also have a table at the meeting, both Friday and Saturday. 

  • Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 10:45 AM

    Manhattan Mennonite Church

    Rabbi Moti Rieber will deliver the message at church services this morning. The title of his talk is "If We are Children, then We are Heirs: The Lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in the Justice Struggles of Today" 


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