Kansas Interfaith Action identifies priorities for 2022 legislative session

Hosted By: Noah Taborda - January 10, 2022


The Kansas Legislature returns Monday to the statehouse for the start of a new session where lawmakers will entertain a variety of policy ideas and the weeks and months ahead. Kansas Interfaith action, a multifaith advocacy organization, is among the groups hoping to influence those debates.

On the Kansas Reflector podcast, editor in chief Sherman Smith sits down with pastor Robert Johnson, the lead servant of Saint Mark United Methodist Church in Wichita and a Kansas Interfaith Action board member, and Rabbi Moti Rieber, who serves as executive director of Kansas Interfaith Action.

Read more about what to expect in the 2022 legislative session.


Rabbi Moti Rieber

executive director, Kansas Interfaith Action

Pastor Robert Johnson

lead servant, St. Mark United Methodist Church in Wichita, and board member, Kansas Interfaith Action

Sherman Smith

editor in chief, Kansas Reflector