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.
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"Doology: The Honorable Marcus Garvey's Whilwind Has Come" on June 6
On Saturday June 6, First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. will honor the memory of Minister Evans' maternal grandmother, Martha McMiller Jordan, with the annual Legacy Day celebration. At 7 pm, Minister Lawrance Lee Evans' keynote address is "Doology: The Honorable Marcus Garvey's Whirlwind Has Come." He will discuss upcoming Institute events and programs. Funds raised on June 6 will go towards the upcoming FCII festival in Elyria, Ohio and the educational programs at the Institute.
Everyone is invited to the Legacy Day program, which will be at 219 Hamilton Street.
Below is a video from the Malcolm X observation on May 19, which served as a Doology workshop.
First Community Interfaith Institute of Ohio, located in Elyria, Ohio (23 miles southwest of Cleveland) is once again sponsoring the newly renamed Minister Akilah Ife Evans Festival. The festival will take place July 12-15 at two venues: Kanisa House (the headquarters of FCII Ohio) and Lorain County Community College. This year's theme is "Differences Matter." For the complete schedule, email email@example.com.
SATURDAY, JULY 13, 2019
Lorain County Community College
9 am-12 pm: Ewing Center for recreation and games
12 pm-9 pm at College Center 12 pm: lunch12:30 pm; arts and crafts/games2 pm: Skills training6 pm: Martha Jordan Dinner featuring speaker Dr. Lawrance Lee Evans Jr. SUNDAY, JULY 14, 2019
Kanisa House II
8 am; Fellowship
10:30 am: Family Hour Worship Service featuring Outreach M…