Lunch & Learn – Monday, September 9th AT NOON We are continuing the theme of fasting. In May our board member Farah Jamil talked about Ramadan, and in June board president and Metis Elder Pauline Paulson’s topic was fasting in her tradition. On September 9th Rabbi Gila Caine (Temple Beth Ora) will talk about the… Read more »
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The 2020 Multifaith Calendar is now available! This year’s theme is “Reimagining Peace and Harmony.” Information on how you can order yours is here.
You can download a copy of our 2018/19 Annual Report in PDF format here.
Visit our Facebook site to view some beautiful photos by Louise Perkins, a participant on the August 3 River Valley Walk led by Lewis Cardinal. The walk explores Indigenous history in the area.
Lunch and Learn – Monday, June 10th Please come to hear our board president, Metis Elder Pauline Paulson, whose topic will be “Fasting in My Tradition”. Our entrance is in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s, bring your lunch if you like, hot and cold drinks provided, $2 donation gratefully accepted. There is limited… Read more »
1) Lunch & Learn, Monday May 13, please come to hear our board member Farah Jamil talk about Ramadan. Farah Jamil is a health executive with a B Sc and a Master of Health Administration. She has combined her love of science and business to work in several sectors, including: government, health region, non-profit andacademia… Read more »
INTERFAITH EXPLORATIONS – Sunday, April 28thWe are invited to a special ceremony and service at the Unitarian Church of Edmonton, 10804 – 119 Street, that will honor the new First Nations banner to be dedicated and installed at the church. This is part of their social justice mandate to support the 94 recommendations from the… Read more »
One of the highlights of our North American Interfaith Network conference last summer was this tour: River Valley – this section of the North Saskatchewan River has been an Indigenous meeting place for at least 10,000 years. The 2 hour guided walk will be led by Lewis Cardinal and teach the way in which the history… Read more »
March 21st is the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (IDERD), which we observe every year, usually in City Hall. This is a commemoration of a terrible massacre of unarmed protesters in South Africa in 1960. In 1966 the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed this as a day of remembrance. Canada was… Read more »
We are invited to historic Shiloh Baptist Church, 10727 – 114 Street, on Sunday, February 17th. The service will start at 11 a.m. and end about 12:30 when someone will speak to us in the adjoining fellowship room, all welcome.