The 47th Annual African Mothers Day



The 47th annual African Mothers Day will be held on December 15, 2017, 6:00 PM at John James Audubon School #33, 500 Webster Avenue, Rochester NY. The event is coordinated by First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. African Mothers Day is part of the Institute's monthlong First Fruits celebration, which will conclude with the Kwanzaa celebration at the end of December.

Hostess Ester Gliwinski, a teacher at School #33, will describe First Fruits from an international perspective, and Minister Lawrence Lee Evans will lead the charge for the men to give flowers to the girls and women.

First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. Is a spiritual and cultural organization plus a teaching church. The organization, located in the South Wedge is known for its after school program (the Charles Riley Tutorial Program), the principle called Doology, its case management services, and its mentorship services for future leaders (the Ministry School of Doology).

All faiths are welcome to the African Mothers Day program. Entertainment will be part of the celebration. Flowers will be presented to all females. African dress is strongly recommended.

Refreshments will be served after the program. People who are interested in either case management or tutoring can sign up with Minister Lawrence Lee Evans Sr. Tutoring is offered to children and adults. Case management services are offered to those over eighteen years of age.

For more information, contact Sister Uwimana Oni at 585.461.0379 or [email protected]
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