2004 – January 2005
in BOLD; other events of interest in italics. Unless otherwise specified, programs are on
4-6 p.m. at our Cottage at 3449 West River Road, Grand Island [between Whitehaven & Bedell
Roads]. For information or confirmation: 773-1426 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program schedule is available on-line at www.isledegrande.com/riversidechurch.htm.)
WNY Peace Center Quarterly Meeting, 1-3, Epiphany UCC, 2205 Genesee at
Roxanne Amico art show opening: “Five Sacred Things . . . From This End
of the World,” 2-4 p.m., Unity Church Gallery, 1243 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo.
“Bethlehem Travels: Healing the Stone” - An informal presentation by
Jim Whitlock on his recent travels in the Bethlehem area and on the
possibilities he intends to pursue for developing and supporting meaningful
public-benefit projects based on next-generation Internet videoconferencing.
CHRISTMAS IN THE WOODS: A Carol Sing and Potluck with Nan Hoffman and Tom
& Kathy DeLoughry. Bring your voices and a dish to pass!
Sharing Our Gifts: BIRTH (as
in re- and Happy 60th B-day, Chuck!)
New Year’s Eve party/gathering at Shirley’s: 8 p.m. onward.
5096 College, Hamburg. For
[No church – HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL]
Joann Hale, UCC representative to Church World Service (CWS) , will
report on their work responding to technological disasters, including the
training for responders. Joann has served as a volunteer consultant with Church World Service
since 1987. She was the primary response coordinator for the CWS September 11
response in the New York City area and recently received an award from the folks
she helped there.
Sharing Our Gifts: Join
Martin Croes in a conversation about the Sun.
Come prepared to speak, be silent, think, and feel in and about the Sun.
Outer Sun. Inner Sun.
FIFTH/Arts Sunday: “Poetry in Wartime” – national, local,
historical. See video &
celebrate our own local publication at 1515 West River Road, Grand Island (June
& Roger’s), 4-6 p.m. as usual.
Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is
like wrapping a present and not giving it
(William Arthur Ward).
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, SHIRLEY!