Welcome to the Multifaith Action Society!
Sacred Spaces Tours Experience...
Two day-long guided tours of some of the most significant sacred spaces in the Lower Mainland are being organized to take place in May and June, 2015. This is an initiative of the Ecumenical Multifaith Unit (EMU) of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster, and the InterSpiritual Centre of Vancouver.
The tours of several different faith and indigenous spaces throughout the Lower Mainland include a Buddhist temple, a Roman Catholic cathedral, a synagogue, a mosque, a Sikh temple, a First Nations ceremonial space, an Ismaili Jamatkhana and a Ukrainian Orthodox cathedral.
Participants will travel together from each venue in a chartered bus, with lunch being hosted by members of one of the faith communities. An active exchange of information and discussions will be encouraged amongst all who are interested in interfaith experiences. By listening to one another and learning from one another, we hope to come to some appreciation of each other by also experiencing each other’s sacred spaces.
Tour 1: May 21st, 2015
Tour 2: June 11th, 2015
Registration fee: $40.00 per tour | Limited capacity per tour: 50
To register for one or both tours, call Donna at: 604.682.3848 ext. 30
...or for further information: email@example.com
Throughout the Spring of 2015, the Multifaith Action Society is offering free 'Connection Through Spirit' workshops to youth throughout the Metro Vancouver area.
For more information about the Connection Through Spirit project or to book a workshop, please visit our new website located at: www.connectionthroughspirit.ca
The Multifaith Action Society is a registered non-profit society and charity based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Our primary aims are:
To promote interfaith and multifaith dialogue and understanding.
To provide information and resources on world religions to the community.
To encourage all people of faith to collaborate on vital community programs, particularly those which provide support and
advocacy for marginalized citizens or groups or foster the well-being of the community as a whole.
- To cooperate with other agencies and organizations to promote initiatives which contribute to the common good.
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