Hospice and Palliative Care will Host The Next Interfaith Luncheon

hospice_logoHospice and Palliative Care will host The next Luncheon of the Interfaith Coalition of Greater Utica

Wednesday Oct 5th from 11:30 – 1: 00

To: Greater Utica Area Leaders, Congregations, Temples, Churches, Mosques, Foundations, Non Profit Organizations, Groups, and others – People of All Faiths with an interest in Building Interfaith Relationships and Partnerships in Our Community …

This Month our Gathering will be hosted by

[Across from their site at Kernan Gilroy and Kernan]

210 Clinton Avenue

New Hartford New York 13502

Hospice is end-of-life care. We provide comfort and support for those with life-limiting illnesses, and for their families, by attending to their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Our team of professionals includes doctors, nurses’ aides, social workers, chaplains, volunteers and grief counselors who empower and educate families during this time. We coordinate care between team members and family members to best meet patients’ and families’ needs. More about Hospice here

Bring a friend or colleague

There is no charge for lunch; nor are there any solicitations or proselytizing.

We invite you to gather with us in a free and respectful exchange of ideas.

Please RSVP  [ jerry@yeswedeliver.org or any board member] to help plan for food & seating.

Thank you,

Jerry Lombardo


The Interfaith Coalition of Greater Utica


Our Gathering Place will be at…

New Hartford Hospice and Palliative Care

Hosting Lunch at

Kernan and Gilroy

210 Clinton Avenue in New Hartford

Hospice & Palliative Care

4277 Middle Settlement Rd. New Hartford, NY 13413


(315) 735-6484

(800) 317-5661


Directions: The Map is a link – click it or copy and paste from below


Brought To You By

Interfaith Coalition of Greater Utica

A few memories from our September Luncheon at Bosnian Islamic Association’s Court Street Mosque…

More than the basic talking points and tour, Imam Amsal offered some remarkable insight as he taught us more about beliefs and practices – – as everyone seemed to collectively recognize pieces of their own religious experience, tenets, and beliefs – it was a remarkable time that we shared. After the lesson, both Imam Memic and Imam Mehmedovic took questions and invited us and others to continue growing and building these relationships.