Interfaith of Topeka is comprised of people from a variety of faiths and religious traditions. We bring together individuals who are willing to put aside their prejudices and open their minds and hearts to new possibilities. We are willing to engage in the process of working together to build an active community, strong in its shared values of faith, compassion, human dignity, and mutual respect where the expression of love and peace replaces hate and violence.
Annual Interfaith of Topeka Thanksgiving Service
Nov 18, 2018 7 PM – 8:30 PM First Baptist Church
3033 SW MacVicar Ave, Topeka, KS
Topic/Theme for this Year: Restorative Justice for Youth: Exploring a Better Way
All are invited to share a service that will honor the Youth of our community and learn how they are applying Restorative Justice which involves processes for creating right relationships after a conflict.
Featuring youth choirs, a presentation by Topeka High School Principal, Rebecca Morrisey on the Restorative Justice Program, and a restorative justice role play by students. Free to the public.
Following the service, there will be refreshments in the parlor and exhibits for a variety of Topeka faith traditions. Interfaith of Topeka member denominations include Christian, Jewish, Islam, Unity, Unitarian Universalist, Native American, Pagan, Buddhist, Hindu, Baha’i, and Atheist.
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