KANSAS CITY CHAPTER
It all began with a google search, a stumble upon the MWC site, and an action to inquire about a chapter in the area, in the spring of 2012. A sisterhood and friendship ensued between founder, Carolyn Moor, and original Kansas City leader, Jodie Rodenbaugh, followed by a divine happenstance meeting while Jodie was visiting Orlando with her family. Neither of us, having been through these unchartered waters, had not much clue on the how or when but one thing remained clear – the why. Trusting in divine and perfect time we had our first Kansas City “Social Hour” in October of 2012.
Join Chapter Leaders Leslie High, Elizabeth Gonzales and Ryonda Hall for a special evening of sharing, bonding and widow sisterhood every 4th Monday of the month. Whether you are newly widowed, have been widowed for over 20 years or if you have since remarried/ partnered, all are welcome.
“Modern,” for us, means, “Living for today while honoring yesterday.” We currently have widows who range from ages 26 through 65+ and every person’s voice is precious and valuable. It’s a space to laugh, cry, contemplate, dream, and empower leaving all judgments at the door. Come as you are and leave when you need to–it’s that casual.