THE MULTIFAITH CONCERT ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10 IS BACK ON! We have a new location: the Unitarian Church of Edmonton (10804 119 Street). Still 2 p.m. Still a silent auction, great entertainment, and entrance is pay what you can. See you there!
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Due to circumstances beyond our control (the structural unsoundness of the stage) our concert scheduled for February 10 has been postponed. We apologize for any disappointment or inconvenience, and will announce the new date for the concert as soon as we can.
LUNCH & LEARN Monday January 21st, here at noon, Dr. Randy Haluza Delay will talk about his recent trip: “Making peace in the land of Jonah: Iraqi-Kurdistan and the work of Christian Peace Maker Teams.” Our entrance is in the back lane across from Tim Horton’s, bring your lunch if you like, hot and cold… Read more »
Here are some video highlights from our multifaith concert on February 11.
Our annual Building Bridges Among Faith Traditions concert on January 29, 2017 was a huge success. Here are some of the musical (and dance) highlights:
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… Read more »
On Sunday, January 31 at 2 p.m. the Interfaith Centre will be holding our annual “Building Bridges Among Faith Traditions” multifaith concert at the Royal Alberta Museum, 12845 – 102 Avenue. This 20th anniversary event includes: UCE’s Chorealis; The Braille Tones; Akolada and Typica Ukrainian Choirs; Darla Daniels, Metis Fiddler, Gordon Ritchie; U of A… Read more »
On Sunday, February 9 at 3 p.m. in the Royal Alberta Museum, 12845 – 102 Avenue, the Edmonton Interfaith Centre presents “Building Bridges Among Faith Traditions” an afternoon of inspirational music, prayers and chants from our diverse communities. Artists include Anna Beaumont, Andrew Glover, Karim Gillani Sufi Ensemble, Soka Gakkai Buddhist chant and Debbi Spence…. Read more »