Doology is the discipline practiced at the only teaching church/spiritual and cultural organization in Rochester, NY, known as First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. The late Minister Lawrance Lee Evans developed the idea of Doology as a teenager. Minister Evans went on to establish the Institute in 1970. In Doology, we are taught that positive action in your community or organization is valued more than just complaining.
Thursday, June 26, 2014
The 35th Annual FCII Festival is two weeks away!
The theme for this year's FCII festival in Elyria, Ohio is "Diversity for All People/" The four day schedule of events (July 10-13) has two venues: Lorain County Community Collevige (www.lorainccc.edu/) and the Ohio chapter headquarters, the Kanisa House,142 Cleveland Street.
RSVP by calling (440)366-3244.
Below is a summary of the schedule so far:
Thursday July 10: 3-8 PM, Kanisa House-- arts and crafts, games, drumming circle
Friday July 11: 9 AM to 8 PM at LCCC College Center, 1005 N. Abbe Road--workshops, lunch, day concludes with the Elizabeth Coleman Awards Dinner (6-8 pm)
Saturday July 12: 9 AM-12 PM, LCCC Ewing Center--recreational activities, followed by lunch, day concludes with the Martha Jordan Dinner (6-8 PM) featuring the Rochester chapter and Minister Lawrance Lee Evans Sr., the National Minister of First Community Interfaith Institute Inc.
Sunday July 13: 10 AM-2 PM. Kanisa House--Church service, lunch and other activities