the Palestinian and Israeli Peacemakers?
Dr., Janesville 6:30 p.m.
Kathy Holcombe would like to share her experience in Israel and Palestine with
you and introduce you to some of the leaders and organizations in the West Bank
and Israel who are seeking a nonviolent path to peace. In November of 2013,
Kathy made a pilgrimage to Israel/Palestine with the group Pilgrims of Ibillin.
This is a story of new friends – Christians, Muslims, Jews, and Druze – who live
with hope and work for peace despite great challenges. Kathy is a member of the
Rock Valley Fellowship of Reconciliation.
HERE to see a collection of pictures
from our very successful Gaza education event - we will do this vigil every
third Friday beginning at 4:00 PM until further notice.
War is Not the Answer Essay contest Winner
Each year, the
Rock Valley Fellowship of Reconciliation awards a $600 scholarship to a
graduating Senior in Janesville for the best
essay on the subject: War is not the Answer. Alexis Roach from Craig
High School submitted the winning essay this year.
HERE to read the essay.
at 4 PM in front of Paul Ryan's Constituent office at 20 S Main Street,
Janesville and every
third Friday of each month at 4 PM on Milton Avenue at 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:
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.
Rock Valley fellowship of reconciliation
coordinator: Sue Nelson