The Justice Matters 2016 Nehemiah Assembly

Presented by Justice Matters

Following the Biblical example found in chapter five of the book of Nehemiah, the believers of Lawrence will come together on Wednesday, April 13 at the Lied Center for the 2016 Nehemiah Assembly. At this gathering, 2,000 people of faith will show support for well-researched solutions to local issues of justice. Trained leaders will present our proposals and discuss them with the appropriate officials to determine a plan forward.

In 2016, Justice Matters will address:

  • Trauma impacting babies and infants from 0–5 years old;
  • The Mental Health system focused specifically on the creation of a Crisis Stabilization Center and its relationship to the plans to expand the Douglas County Jail, and;
  • The shortage of affordable homes in Lawrence for working families and vulnerable populations
Tickets will be limited. Please approach a member of the Justice Network at your congregation to acquire a ticket. If you are unsure who to contact, please call the Justice Matters office: 785-218-0941 or a leader at your faith community.

04.13.2016. WEB PhotoJustice Matters include the following faith communities: Antioch Church, Eastlake Church, First Baptist Church, First Christian Church, First Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist Church, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, The Islamic Society of Lawrence, Lawrence Jewish Community Congregation, Morning Star Church, Ninth Street Baptist Church, Oread Friends Meeting, Peace Mennonite Church, Plymouth Congregational Church, St John Catholic Church, St Luke AME Church, St Margaret Episcopal Church, Trinity Lutheran Church, Velocity Church, Victory Bible Church

 

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1600 Stewart Drive
Lawrence, KS 66045

Ticket Office
 785-864-2787
Weekdays: 11 am–6 pm
Performance Day
Open at least one hour prior to all ticketed performances.

Administrative Office
 785-864-3469
Email: lied@ku.edu
Weekdays: 8 am–5 pm

Directions/Parking
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