Here is a video of Lewis Cardinal’s talk “The Three R’s: Reconciliation, Reparation, & Relationship” at our Lunch and Learn on December 12.
Our annual concert is coming up on January 29, 2017 – and in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, it’s going to be free (donations welcome)! It’s at 2:30 at the Royal Alberta Museum’s theatre (the old location – 12845 102 Avenue). We’ll still be having our silent auction and excellent cultural musical entertainment. Here’s the Facebook event – be sure to invite your friends! We’ll be posting more information as we get closer to the date, so please keep checking back!
Our Lunch and Learn on November 14 featured Stephen Gallard discussing the Hope and Remembrance service for those who have been scarred by war in any way. Here is a video of his talk:
Please join the Edmonton Interfaith Centre and the City of Edmonton as we Mark the 10th anniversary of “Celebrating Our Faiths” in City Hall on Thursday, October 20 at 7 p.m.
For 10 years this unique program has showcased our embrace of diversity that is a model of interfaith respect and true harmony and friendship.
There will be prayer, music, and poetry from many traditions. All welcome!
Salima Versi presented a fascinating talk about Islam and ethics at our October 11 Lunch and Learn. Here is a video of her talk, which includes the provocative Q&A.
Please join us next Wednesday October 5 at 7 p.m. for a tour and wonderful food in the Sikh langar tradition, at the Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha Society, 4504 Mill Woods Road South. Once inside we will be removing our shoes and covering our heads, hope to see you there.
Here are photos and videos from the UN International Day of Peace Flag-Raising Ceremony on September 21 outside of City Hall. The video screen below connects with the playlist of videos. For the full photo set, click here.
CHANGE OF TIME The annual UN International Day of Peace Flag-Raising Ceremony will take place on Wednesday, September 21 at 11:00 a.m. by the flag pole at City Hall South Plaza. Please note the time of 11 a.m., which is earlier than previous years so as not to conflict with other events taking place nearby. The ceremony will include guest speaker Dr. Randolph Haluza-Delay, a prayer from Salima Versi and music from The Raging Grannies and Paula Kirman.