Faith And Freedom Fest in Meridian Will Connect Conservatives With Ways to Make an Impact

Many conservative organizations exist in Idaho, each with a specific mission. That’s good. The problem is that, at times, the conservative movement seems disjointed. That is about to change. The organization ConservativesOf: Ada County is hosting a Faith & Freedom Fest the afternoon of Saturday, March 5, and the purpose is to connect and empower the various groups by getting the conservative community to meet them.  In essence, the event is a networking trade show combined with inspiring talks from some of the leading liberty voices in the state. Faith and Freedom Fest will be held from 1pm – 4pm at Harvest Church, 831 N Main in Meridian [MAP], with a cost of just $5 to attend.

Leaders from many of the organizations have already been meeting and becoming aware of each other’s various missions. March 5 will be an opportunity for Constitutionally minded citizens to connect with the various groups and see which ones align their own passions.

Harvest Church has also opened its 800-person sanctuary so the public can come hear liberty-focused speakers.  Presentations are planned from Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin, Representatives Dorothy Moon and Priscilla Giddings, True Idaho News editor Daniel Bobinski, and also Constitutional teacher Jeralynne Bobinski. Charity Majors, a former Mrs. Idaho, author, and inspirational speaker will also be presenting on igniting one’s purpose.

ConservativesOf: Ada County leader Sue Gaston is organizing the event. Gaston said, “These will not be campaign speeches. Our speakers are here to talk about liberty and freedom and why we need to be plugged in.”

Harvest Church is located at 831 N Main in Meridian; speakers start at 1:00 pm and the event will conclude at 4:00 pm. A $5 entry donation will be taken at the door. Conservatives are encouraged to bring friends who want to help right the ship in Idaho, but haven’t yet found a place to get involved.


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