September 25, 6:00 p.m.
Join Fr. Robert for and WECK's Dick Bauerle for a Potluck Dinner and an update of the Seeds of Hope radio program. In addition to fellowship and information, there will be opportunity to ask questions as this program of hope and encouragement moves forward.
September 28, 9:30 a.m.
Good Grief is a support group for anyone who is having difficulty with a loss. It may be a pet, a divorce, or death of a loved one...whatever it is you are suffering, feel free to bring yourself and share, if you wish, your hurt with a group willing to listen. Or listen to the stories of others. It all can help. People of any - or no - denomination are welcome. In fact, all are welcome.
Next meeting dates: October 26, November 23
September 28, 6:00 p.m.
Mike Way and Mandy Raff have been making beautiful music together for over ten years. This a keyboard and guitar duo will entertain us with a wide variety of music, ranging from blues, classics and standards to New Orleans jazz, and even tunes from the 50's and 60's. So put on your dancing shoes and join us for a fun, casual evening!
Tickets for this fundraiser are $25 at the door, which includes the entertainment, pizza, wings, soft drinks and more. An added treat will be the Basket Auction, for which raffle tickets will be sold throughout the evening.
October 5, 2:00 p.m.
Bring your furry, scaly, prickly, slippery, or feathered brothers and sisters to the Kryder Courtyard for a special blessing in appreciation for the beauty, love, and grace they bring to our lives. Watch for more information on special guests that will be joining in our celebration!
October 6, 4:00 p.m.
The Calvary Choir celebrates "All Things Bright and Beautiful" with a festive choral evensong featuring Thomas Attwood Walmisley's Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis.
October 13, Noon
Panelists will explore the deeply personal issues and questions relating to our mortality: serious illness, age related frailty, life choices in the face of these challenges, relationships and support from family and caregivers, and a vision of how humanized medical care can support quality of life.
Light refreshments will be served prior to the presentation. This event is free.
- Harry L. Metcalf, MD is a nationally recognized physician in Family Medicine
- Kelley Clem, RN, MS, VP of Clinical Education and Patient Advocacy, Hospice Buffalo
- The Rev. Canon Cathy Dempesy-Sims, Canon to the Ordinary, Episcopal Dioceses of WNY & NWPA