Rock Valley

Fellowship of Reconciliation

Events Calendar

We invite you to participate in these Important peace and reconciliation events .

What About Military Service?

  Are you thinking about joining the military or do you know someone who is?  Here are many thought provoking things to consider.

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Weekly Janesville Wisconsin Peace Vigil

Information about the peace vigil held each Tuesday outside Paul Ryan's constituent office in Janesville

Photo Gallery

Photo gallery of other Rock Valley - FOR sponsored events.

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July 4, 2016 Parade Milton, Wisconsin

The Rock Valley Fellowship of Reconciliation, the Forward Marching Band and the Casey Sheehan - Tomas Young Chapter of Veterans For Peace will "Parade for Peace" in the Milton, WI, Monday, July 4 Parade at 1 PM.  Click HERE for information.

Link to a short video of the 2015 parade:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=318K5nvbj4Y

Peace Vigils

Every Tuesday, 4:00 to 4:30 PM in front of Paul Ryan's constituent office, 20 South Main Street, Janesville Wisconsin, we vigil for peace.  We began this vigil in 2002 before the beginning of the Iraq war.  We have signs.  We need you to hold one. 

Also, every third Friday from 4:00 to 4:30 PM on Milton Avenue at the corner of Randolph Road in front of the post office in Janesville, we vigil for peace.  For more information click on Events Calendar on the left.

Rock Valley-FOR is a spiritually-based peace group whose vision came out of the Beloit Friends Meeting.  Our goal is to offer programs each year with speakers from all over the world who are voices for peace.  The Rock-Valley-FOR is an official affiliate organization of the Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA.  Website:  www.forusa.org

The Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA seeks to replace violence, war, racism and economic injustice with nonviolence, peace and justice.  We are an interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming way of life and as a means of radical change. 

Contact Us 

Rock Valley fellowship of reconciliation coordinator: Sue Nelson