The Interfaith Peace Garden

On Saturday, October 25, 2003 , "National Make A Difference Day", a Peace Garden, sponsored by the Interfaith Center was created as a youth and adult Community project.

The Interfaith Peace Garden is in memory of the children who have died from random community violence and global holocausts both past and present.

In rememberance of these children, The Interfaith Center invites the community to visit the Peace Garden for personal contemplation on peaceful solutions to local and global violence.

Participants representing:

  • Girl Scouts of the Genesee Valley, Inc. Troop 541
  • Family and Friends of Murdered Children and Victims of Violence, Inc.
  • Rochester Landscape Technology Program, Inc.
  • Parents Association

Each organization donated flowering plants and worked the soil in the creation of the "Interfaith Peace Garden."