The Multifaith Action Society and the Global Clergy Association present:
Saturday, September 8 | Unitarian Church of Vancouver
On September 8, in advance of the Parliament of World's Religions in Toronto, we will gather together build a meaningful, multicultural dialogue on the power of spirituality and 'spiritual activism' to engender global peace and harmony in the face of an uncertain future. Featuring keynote addresses from Chief Phil Lane and Rabbi Laura Duhan-Kaplan, a performance from Daughters of the Drum, interfaith dialogue circles, and much more!
Founded in 1972, the Multifaith Action Society (MAS) is a Canadian registered charity dedicated to the facilitation of interfaith education and dialogue. For over forty years, MAS has worked to build bridges between the myriad cultural and spiritual communities that characterize British Columbia, and has collaborated on a wide variety of public education campaigns and initiatives that have affected positive social change while raising awareness of multicultural issues. (Learn More)
The Multifaith Action Society offers a wide variety of programs and events to encourage interreligious cooperation and understanding within the community. (Learn More)
Published annually by the Multifaith Action Society for the past 33 years, the Multifaith Calendar combines information with community-sourced artwork to create a unique and compelling product with outstanding educational and artistic value. (Learn More)
A collection of other helpful interfaith resources (Learn More)
"Christian, Jew, Muslim, shaman, Zoroastrian, stone, ground, mountain, river - each has a sacred way of being with the mystery, unique and not to be judged." - Jalaluddin Rumi