Riverside-Salem UCC/DC Programx
December, 2003 – January, 2004
4-6 p.m. Sundays (unless otherwise
3449 West River Rd, Grand Island
Shirley Chan, Pastor (646-9834)
Amy Goodman from Democracy
Now reception at Hallwalls,
p.m. Call Brian at 833-5416 for tickets.
Marjorie Agosin, “Writing A Difference,” 7:30 p.m., Medaille College
[see enclosed post card]
Nan Hoffman, Joe Tumino, Kathy & Tom DeLoughry, Mary Bieger,
Sixteenth Annual HOLIDAY CONCERT, University Presbyterian Church, 3330 Main at
Niagara Falls Blvd, 7:30 p.m. Info:
773-5315. Free will offering.
PEACE Sunday: Learn about the dangers the USA PATRIOT Act and CLEAR Act
pose to immigrants & to our democracy from New York Civil Liberties Union
LASC Coffeehouse: Godsman Ellis, “Save the Belize Rainforest,” 7-9
p.m., 1272 Delaware Avenue (Network of Religious Communities). Peace Center for info: 894-2013.
Christmas at the Cottage: Nan Hoffman, “The Ache & Awe of
Our Gifts: Windows and Doors
Year’s Eve at Shirley’s house: 5096 College St., Hamburg (646-9834), 6:00
p.m. - 2004.
Multi-Faith Forum: “Educating
Our Children: What Is The Future?” from 12-1:30 (lunch available*) at Trinity
Episcopal Church, 371 Delaware. Call
882-4783 (NRC) for reservations. *$7
with lunch; $2 without lunch.
“In the Woods: A Taste of AVP,” facilitated by Audrey Mang
(832-0507). Experience the
possibility of constructive and transforming responses to abusiveness,
disrespect, and violence.
PEACE Sunday: David Johnson on Nepal (Health Care As Peace Work)
LASC Coffeehouse: Venezuela,
7-9 p.m., 1272 Delaware Avenue (Network of Religious Communities).
Peace Center for info: 894-2013.
VOICE Worship Service, 4:00 p.m., Church of the Nativity (1530 Colvin,
just north of Sheridan)
Our Gifts: Hearts and Minds