Riverside-Salem Program Schedule
Late Summer, 2003
[SUNDAYS in BOLD;
events of interest in italics.
Unless otherwise indicated, all programs are at our Environmental
Cottage, 3449 West River Road, Grand Island, from 4-6 p.m. on Sundays]
June & Roger’s 23rd Annual Labor SUNDAY potluck-picnic
(see enclosure); 2-6 p.m., 1515 West River Road, Grand Island (773-1426).
Clergy & Laity Concerned About Violence at Network of Religious
Communities, 1272 Delaware, 8-9:30 a.m., to consider affiliating
with/creating a chapter of Fellowship of Reconciliation in WNY.
BUSINESS MEETING; Amistad Service,
including celebration/dedication of ship’s bell donated by Jim Whitlock,
calling us to “ring out danger, warning, love. . .in the morning, in the
evening, all over this land.”
Interfaith Service commemorating the arrival of the Freedom Schooner
Amistad, 7:30 p.m., St. Paul’s Cathedral, 128 Pearl Street, Buffalo.
Evening gatherings at Langston-Hughes Center, 25 High Street, to discuss
the relevance of the Amistad in today’s world.
Call Michael Hill at Langston-Hughes Center for info:
“I remember the Amistad” video, 4-6 p.m. at church; a Closing
Ceremony and Interfaith Service for the Amistad Schooner takes place at 7
p.m. at the Buffalo Waterfront (Erie Basin Marina).
For updated information: www.bechs.org/amistad/ or call
886-2634 (Barbara) or 652-5040 (Amos).
Great Lakes Beach Sweep/International Coastal Clean-up at the cottage, arrive
9:30 with boots/gloves; work from 10-12:00; refreshments following.
CROP Walk (1-3, Beaver Island); Second Amistad video:
“Bridging the Divide,” produced by/for UCC, and discussion at the
Shirley: Report from Turkey
Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride (For info: Roger Cook, 833-5416.)
information/confirmation, please call Shirley (646-9834) or June (773-1426).