All are invited to the Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples (10821 – 96 Street) on Saturday morning, February 29 at 8:30 a.m. This beautiful church was built in 1913 and in 1993 Archbishop Joseph MacNeil declared it Edmonton’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit parish. They extend the hand of friendship to all our brothers and sisters… Read more »
Posts Tagged: interfaith explorations
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 »
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.
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 »
OUR UPCOMING EVENTS Interfaith Explorations: We have been invited to a Saturday morning Shabbat service at Beth Shalom synagogue on April 28th. It will begin at 9:30 a.m. and Netta will sit with you to show which book we are using as we switch between two, and answer questions. There is a… Read more »
Please join us at Temple Beth Ora, Edmonton’s Reform Synagogue, 12313 – 105 Avenue, on Friday February 2ndat 5:30 pm for an explanation of Tu Bishevat followed by the Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat service at 6:00. Did you know that there is not one, but four New Years in the Jewish Calendar and that one of them is reserved for trees? Yes, Tu Bishevat is the Jewish… Read more »