Our Lunch and Learn on September 11 featured former EICEA board member Firdosh Mehta talking about Zoroastrian end of life issues. Here is a video of his talk, including the Q&A.
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Please join us on Monday, September 11 at noon. Our speaker will be Firdosh Mehta, his topic: “Eschatology – Zoroastrian Perspective on End of Life Issues” The address is below and our entrance is in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s. Bring your lunch if you like; hot and cold drinks provided. The parking… Read more »
Celebrating its 32nd edition, the 2018 Multifaith Calendar’s theme is ‘The Power of Inspiration.’ Published annually by the Multifaith Action Society (MAS), the Multifaith Calendar is a unique educational resource that facilitates understanding of religious observances, occasions and festivals important to a wide spectrum of cultural and faith communities. Featuring 26 pieces of original art… Read more »
LUNCH & LEARN On Monday July 10 at noon Miranda Jimmy from the Edmonton Heritage Council will be showing a 13 minute film “Reconciling Camsell” highlighting the history of the hospital. Discussion to follow. Entrance and some parking in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s, bring your lunch if you like, hot and cold drinks provided, $2 donation gratefully… Read more »
In addition to the event below, he will be here, 11148 – 84 Avenue, on Monday June 19 at 7 p.m. to give a presentation with photos called “A King in Papua – A visit to the Jews of Indonesia”.
Rabbanit Batya Friedman and Mike Van Boom from the Edmonton Interfaith Housing Initiative spoke at our June 12 Lunch and Learn. Here is a video of their talk.
Ever wonder what atheists believe and don’t believe? Here is a video from our May 8 Lunch and Learn featuring Karen Kerr, President of the Society of Edmonton Atheists.
On Monday May 8th Karen Kerr, President of the Edmonton Society of Atheists will talk about the society, what they do, what they believe and what they do not. Entrance and some parking in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s, bring your lunch if you like, hot and cold drinks provided, $2 donation gratefully… Read more »
Interfaith Centre board president Shiraz Kanji spoke on “A Common Thread among the Three Monotheistic Religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam” at the Lunch and Learn of the Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action on April 3, 2017.
Lunch & Learn will be a week early on Monday April 3rd here at noon, due to Passover and Easter. Our board president Shiraz Kanji will address “A Common Thread among the Three Monotheistic Religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam”. Entrance in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s, bring your lunch if you like, hot… Read more »