Join us for an interfaith exploration

Open Meeting

Tuesday Nov 13, 2018
1:00-3:00 pm

We invite faith & spiritual leaders, local organizational representatives & community members interested in furthering inter-faith harmony to come and meet the ICP Steering Committee members
Join us for an afternoon of learning as we hear two presentations, and then take a tour of the Hindu Heritage Centre.

1) Festivals of Light – a panel presentation
2) Faith-Settlement Research study Report 

 Join us at the Hindu Heritage Centre
6300 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, ON, L5N 1A7

Light refreshments will be served. Shoes will have to be removed so wear a sturdy pair of socks.

Ring of Peace – Solidarity with Solel

Dear members of the Interfaith community:

Last weekend, a horrible incident took place in Pittsburg and members of the Jewish community were attacked. A gunman murdered 11 Jews at prayer in a Pittsburgh synagogue last Saturday – while screaming “all Jews must die”

Members of the interfaith community have condemned this and also expressed an interest in standing in solidarity with Jews against this act of hate and have thus organized a peaceful show of support via a ‘Ring of Peace’ THIS Saturday morning before Solel’s Shabbat service.

Details:
What: Ring of Peace around Solel Synagogue
When: Sat Nov 3, 9:30am-12:30pm (Service is from 10-11:30am)
Where : 2399 Folkway Dr, Mississauga, ON L5L 2M6
Who: Anyone
Why: To show solidarity with the Jewish community

How: Form a human chain (aka Ring of Peace) standing outside around Solel Congregation (Synagogue)

Attire: Dress warm. Wear winter gear and comfortable shoes as we will be standing outside the synagogue

Some considerations:

Please use public transit or carpool and use side street parking (so as to not inconvenience members who need to park)
Please do not block entrances while standing and allow congregants to easily walk in.
Please be respectful, do not chant or sing and allow for our silent presence to be appreciated by those mourning in the community.
Please do not be disruptive of the service taking place inside.
You may greet congregants by saying Shabbat Shalom which means ‘peace on the Sabbath’

 

More info about Shabbat-
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shabbat

Background on Ring of Peace:
https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.3965313

Urz Heer- Co-Chair of the Interfaith Council of Peel

Imam Dr Hamid Slimi – Founder of the Muslim Council of Peel