Church of the Crossroads is pleased to announce this year's recipient of the annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Peacemaker Award: Wally and Kay Inglis.
ANNUAL MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. PEACEMAKER AWARD CELEBRATION
MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 2020
Church of the Crossroads
1212 University Ave. (Free parking)
For their long-term peace and justice work, we are pleased to recognize this couple.
The public is invited to attend the celebration and service on Monday, January 20, 2020, 7pm. Refreshments to follow.
Wally and Kay's latest project is the Catholic Worker House at St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church in Palama, which opened its doors in March 2018. The house provides food distribution, including fresh meals served once a week by “Kay’s Café,” laundry service, and feeding to houseless persons in the neighborhood. More about their work in the press release.
This award is presented to persons (or organizations) who demonstrate longtime work in elevating the principles of civil rights, social justice, and peacemaking exemplified by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
First awarded in 1986, this recognition has been made annually from 1988. Past awardees have included Luigi “Gigi” Cocquio and Jim Albertini, farmer/activists; Charles "Chuck" Burrows, green activist; Amy Agbayani, educator; and The Institute for Human Services (IHS).
Parking is available in the 2 church parking lots behind the banyan tree.