Ecumenical / Inter-religious Programs
Program titles and descriptions are shown below.
Annual Appreciation Dinner
In 2002, 93 “community saints” were recognized for their service and contribution to the Buffalo area by the 700+ persons attending the event at the Hearthstone Manor. This interracial event is the largest of its kind in the region.
Annual Yom Hashoah Commemoration Service
Service in Remembrance of the Holocaust.
InterFaith /Intercultural Thanksgiving Service
Annual Thanksgiving Service held the Tuesday before Thanksgiving each year.
InterFaith AIDS Memorial Service
commemorative service remembering those from the Buffalo area who have died of AIDS.
Facilitating dialogues between religious communities in Western New York. Dialogues in the past year have included the Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist and Christian Communities.
A monthly series designed to address primarily local issues of social concern with a multi-religious vision.
New Religious Leaders Luncheon
October the Network sponsors a luncheon for all religious leaders new to the area. The purpose is to provide some basic orientation to the area and help new religious leaders make connections with each other across denominational and faith community lines.