Come and celebrate the official launch of the Eckankar Display, Exploring Our Faiths, at City Hall on Monday, Dec. 17, at noon! Place: Atrium in the Edmonton City Hall Time: Noon – 1:00 pm Date: Monday, December 17 This official launch will have a short program including greetings from the mayor’s office and from the… Read more »
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EICEA Coordinator Netta Phillet, along with board member Audrey Brooks and lifetime member Jitendra Shah, were part of a group honoured at a luncheon and introduced in the Legislature on December 4 for Human Rights Day.
1) Annual Open House – Wednesday December 5 at 7:30, please join us here for a relaxing evening of fun, food, music and schmoozing with friends old and new. We’ll learn about Hannukah, Milad and Advent, and you can buy calendars and renew your memberships. 2) LUNCH & LEARN on Monday December 10, here at noon, Rev. Audrey Brooks… Read more »
An article about EICEA’s history, published in The Interfaith Observer: http://www.theinterfaithobserver.org/journal-articles/2018/11/13/engendering-interfaith-in-edmonton-canada
OUR UPCOMING EVENTS: 1) LUNCH & LEARN Monday November 19 at noon (one week later due to Remembrance Day) Catalina Vasquez will present “The Art of Living”, based on the teachings of H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar who said “Existence is a fact. Living is an art.” It will be here, entrance in the back… Read more »
Interfaith Explorations took place on October 28 at the Unitarian Church of Edmonton, where EICEA board member Paula Kirman addressed the topic “A Safe Place for Activism” through speaking and songs. Here is a video of her talk and music.
THREE UPCOMING EVENTS: LUNCH & LEARN Friday October 19 at noon (this is the only day the presenter is available) Charles Hunt will speak about “Walking the Camino in Spain” and show his photos. It will be here, entrance in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s, bring your lunch if you like,… Read more »
Please join us here at noon, Abraham Silverman’s topic will be “Israel: Is a 2 state solution the answer and can it be achieved?” He is manager of Public Affairs in Alberta for B’nai Brith Canada whose mandate is combating antisemitism and empowering the grassroots Jewish community throughout the province. He has a long history… Read more »
Please join us for our annual celebration at noon on Sept. 21. We will be in a different location this year due to city hall outdoor renovations, north of 103A Avenue where the Community Flag Pole has been relocated to the Homeless Memorial Park. The United Nations set aside September 21st each year to remind… Read more »
Celebrating its 33rd edition, the 2019 Multifaith Calendar’s theme is ’Coming Together: Exploring New Directions.’ 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. Find out more and order your copy here.