One of the most “taboo” subjects in America is death. We are at the same time fascinated and frightened by it. Considered by many as an authority on the subject due to his work with Hospice and the Spiritualist Church, our Speaker will share his insights. Nothing kooky. Nothing scary. The speaker promises that you will come away…….. Thought Provoked.
Speaker: Ron Skowronski
November 13: “The Three Sisters”
To the indigenous peoples of New York, corn, squash and beans were known as "The Three Sisters" because of how these staple crops grew cooperatively. In this service we'll explore the biological and spiritual aspects of these intertwined plants as a model of companionship.
Speaker: John Snodgrass
Adult Education Class November 13, 12:30 – 1:30 An exploration of Haudenosaunee/Iroquois farming and how it relates to religion.
November 20: United Nations Union Rights Attorney Speaker: Graig Molkiber
November 27: "Thanks Giving”
We celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving. How do we extend thanks and do so with a joyful heart of giving?
Speaker: Susan Frawley
December 2017 The church's driveway lined with items for the homeless to take. We couldn't find an agency to help so we decided to do this. Someone is taking them and we're hoping it will make them more comfortable in our cold snowy climate.
Social Action Committee picketing in front of McDonald's for higher wages - in the rain! Thanks group!