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What did ISAAC accomplish in 2014?

You can be a part of this work to “do justice” (Micah 6:8) in our community. THANK YOU for helping ISAAC create support for policies that give opportunity to all people in Kalamazoo County and across Michigan! ISAAC is an interfaith organizing network of congregations & strategic partners working together to build a more just […]

Township leaders urged to reconsider opting out on bus service

Oshtemo, Texas & Pavilion township leaders urged to reconsider opting out on bus service – Guest Column by Jack Urban, Kalamazoo City Commissioner and longtime ISAAC leader After the Kalamazoo County Commission approved the boundaries of the new Central County Transit Authority, three townships (Oshtemo, Texas and Pavilion) have opted out one or more precincts […]

Almost at our goal!

THANK YOU to everyone who has generously responded to our call to step up our work together to build a more just community. We have almost reached our goal of $15,000!

Bus Routes at Risk!

We need your help to urge them to reconsider their vote and schedule another vote for the purpose of OPTING IN. (Comstock Township, Kalamazoo Township, Parchment, and the cities of Kalamazoo and Portage all voted to totally “opt in.”) Please help fill the room at these township meetings in January. Speakers from ISAAC congregations and […]

New Executive Director – Charlae Davis, Ph.D.

We are delighted to welcome our new ISAAC Executive Director, Dr. Charlae Davis. Charlae was born and raised in Kalamazoo, the child of KPS educators Vern and Auga Davis. She grew up in Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, where ISAAC President Elder Doug King was her youth pastor, and where her family is still […]

Public Transportation Community Focus Group

Thursday, Nov 6, 2014 1:00 pm—2:30 pm @Metro Transit Office 530 N. Rose Street, Kalamazoo Your ideas needed! Share ideas and learn about Metro Transit & Metro County Connect. Light refreshments served. RSVP to Joan at [email protected] If you have questions please call (269) 337-8446. Sponsored by: