Sue Tennehill of the Buffalo Society of Friends (Quakers) will speak at a World Community Day program to be sponsored by Church Women United of Buffalo & Erie County at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 5 in Faith United Church of Christ, Williamsville. Helen Poumpey is chairwoman of the annual event that brings together Protestant, Roman Catholic, Orthodox and other Christian women in a common worship experience that focuses on issues of peace and justice. A continental breakfast will be served. For information, call Sally Giordano at Network of Religious Communities, 882-4793.
"In Faith Women Shape the Future for Peace" is the day's theme.
Mary Pilat, a Purdue University faculty member who has a doctorate in education and human development from Vanderbilt University, will lead a discussion on the theme at the World Community Day celebration of Church Women United of the Tonawandas at 1 p.m. Nov. 5 in Ascension Catholic Church, North Tonawanda. She was a presenter at the World Health Conference on Injury Prevention in Vienna, Austria, in 1994 and has worked with women in Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and the Middle East.