[SUNDAYS in BOLD; other
events of interest in italics. Unless
otherwise specified, all programs are at the Environmental Cottage, 3449 West
River Road, Grand Island,
from 4-6 p.m.]
“The Election: What’s At Stake?” with Roger Cook, Sue Tannehill,
Amy Liberatore, and Rebecca Town, speaking on the economy, war and peace, the
environment, and youth concerns. 7:00
– 9:00 p.m. at St. Joseph University Church, 3269 Main Street (parking in
rear). Free & open to the
public. “The People Speak”
Multi-Faith Forum of the Network of Religious Communities (882-4793 for
Buffalo Votes hosts “Debate Watch”, 7:30-10:30
p.m., UAW Region #9, 35 George Karl Blvd [off Wehrle near Transit]; meet
local Congressional candidates, too! Info: 833-5416.
7-9 p.m., Kenilworth UCC. God
Is Still Speaking (“Comma”) Team meets regarding UCC identity project.
Oct. 17 Patricia Cervantes of Justicia para
Nuestras Hijas and mother of Neyra Azucena Cervantes, who disappeared on May 13,
2003 in the city of Chihuahua, and Tom Hansen, National Coordinator of the
Mexico Solidarity Network, tell us of the struggle for justice by the Mothers of
the Disappeared in the Maquiladoras. VOICE action at Zion Dominion Ministries, 360 Genesee St. from
3:30-5:00 p.m.: Nancy Naples/Brian Higgins will respond to concerns.
Level I Workshop (Audrey Mang: 832-0507 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Oct. 24 Rev. Geoffrey Black, UCC/NY Conference
Minister, will speak with us about the work of the Conference and our
relationship to it.
Oct. 31 FIFTH SUNDAY: ARTS SUNDAY (NRC, 1272
Delaware) – Hallowe’en! Witches/Masks
– bring any artful expression on these themes!
4-6 p.m.; light refreshments (no potluck).
schedule on other side!]
November 6 WNY Peace Center Annual Dinner, 6 p.m., Buffalo Convention
Center (info: 894-2013). Meet PEF Awardees.
Nov. 7 BUSINESS MEETING; Fall Meeting, WNY Churches In Covenant,
St. Paul’s UCC, Attica.
Nov. 14 Video on Kent State (in preparation for Nov.
Royal Serenaders at First Presbyterian
Church, Symphony Circle, BFLO, 6 p.m.
Look at Venezuela,” Network of Religious Communities, 1272 Delaware, 7 p.m.
AVP Level II Workshop (Audrey Mang: 832-0507 or email@example.com)
Food For All and VISIONS Harvest Event, “The Ethics of Food,” 12-3
(includes lunch), Unitarian Universalist Church, Ferry & Elmwood. Learn about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), fair-trade
coffee and other goods, justice for farm workers, and hunger in America.
Sue Tannehill, Jim Mang, Bill Abom, and Pat Griffin, along with Food Not
Bombs, El Buen Amigo, and Ten Thousand Villages. For info: 894-2013.
Nov. 21 Tom Grace, a local union leader, recently
earned his doctorate in political history with “A Legacy of Dissent: The
culture and politics of protest at Kent State from 1958-1964.” Four students
were killed by National Guardsmen during anti-war activities there in 1970. Tom, who was injured then, will discuss the influence of his
parents on his attitudes toward the activists. Thanksgiving Service, 7 p.m., St. Timothy Lutheran Church on Grand
Island (Staley & Stony Point roads)
Sharing Our Gifts: Faith Stories
For confirmation, information, suggestions: Rev.
Shirley Chan (646-9834)
June Licence (773-1426, firstname.lastname@example.org)