An Interfaith Program: Planting the Seeds of Community & Friendship

Our neighbors at Resurrection Catholic Church invite us to join their community on the evening of Friday, January 4, 2019 at 6:00 pm for a presentation, community meal, and conversation.

All ages are welcome! Children’s activities and babysitting will be provided.

Dr. Anne M. Carpenter presents biblical accounts of Mary and how those accounts were incorporated into the theology of early and Medieval Christianity.

We will continue the evening with a community meal and conversation.

This event is convened by Resurrection Catholic Church, AMCO, the Ridgefield Presbyterian Church and McHenry County Jewish Congregation. We will meet on this occasion at Resurrection, 2918 S. Country Club Rd., Woodstock, Illinois, 60098.

Future fellowship events for adults, youth and children will be on a quarterly basis, moving around among our various places of worship. The culmination of this year’s Seeds of Friendship is planning and planting a vegetable garden next summer, and taking the harvest to a local soup kitchen or food pantry in fall of 2019.

Please RSVP so we know how to plan the food:

Rachael Sowa (Ridgefield-Crystal Lake Presbyterian Church) –

Umar Carter (AMCO) –

Danielle Cairoli (Resurrection Catholic Church) –

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2 Responses to An Interfaith Program: Planting the Seeds of Community & Friendship

  1. Michael Campe says:

    Is a Baptist invited?

    • MCJC says:

      Hi Michael – yes, I’m sure. The program is sponsored by those listed on the flyer, which includes MCJC, and we have all promoted it to our mailing lists and on our websites. Just please notice that it does request an RSVP, so when you contact them, you can let them know how you heard about the program. Thanks for your interest.

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