Summary of the 35th FCII Festival

The Rochester chapter of First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. arrived at the Kanisa House, 142 Cleveland Street, for the opening of the festival to sit and take in the beautiful garden at the back of the building (10 July 2014)
Cilantro, anyone? The Ohio group has planted tomatoes, turnips, peppers, and so much more.
The Morning Journal newspaper based in Lorain/Elyria wrote an excellent article about Minister Lawrance Lee Evans. Please click on the above link.
Minister Evans was the keynote speaker at the Martha Jordan Dinner, 12 July 2014

Minister Lawrance Lee Evans spoke at the Kanisa House, 13 July 2014
 Thank you, Minister Gerald J. Evans for putting together another outstanding festival!