Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action received one of the Robinson Koilpillai Awards for Multiculturalism at the Harmony Brunch on March 25.
Here is a video of the Talmud Torah choir performing Chanukah songs at Celebrating Our Faiths on December 18 at City Hall:
Celebrating Our Faiths is a partnership between EICEA and the City of Edmonton. On December 18, we presented Chanukah with speakers, the Talmud Torah choir, and delicious sufganyot! You can see some photos at our Facebook page.
Rev. Dr. David Fekete of the Swedenborgian Church presented “E Pluribus Unum: Plurality Not Sameness”, this was his topic at NAIN 2017 (North American Interfaith Network) in San Diego in August. Lunch and Learn series of the Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action (EICEA) on October 16, 2017.
Canadians more likely to commit crimes than migrants (Sundre Round Up, September 12, 2017).
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.
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.
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.