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Three from MCA to speak at Interfaith Conference

posted 20 Jun 2018, 14:51 by June Miller, MCA Communications
Three from MCA to speak at Interfaith Conference

On July 31 - Aug 3, Edmonton will host the North American Interfaith
Network (NAIN) Conference. 
MCA's Donna Entz, Suzanne Gross, and Randy Haluza-Delay, all from Edmonton, will lead or co-lead workshops on Aug 1 & 2. 

Held at MacEwan University, opening day will include a blanket exercise, keynotes by Marie Wilson (TRC Commissioner) and her husband Stephen Kakfwi (former Premier of NWT) and will conclude with a mini round dance.  Several workshop slots as well as two tours will focus on Indigenous stories and experiences.
Wednesday's keynote is a young female Muslim scholar will engage us on issues of dialogue and pilgrimage. General Romeo Dallaire will share about his journey with PTSD on Thursday.

On August 1, MCA's Donna Entz (Holyrood) will co-lead a workshop with Shiraz Kanjion titled A Journey towards understanding the “Other”: the Christian-Muslim dialogue experience in Edmonton. Suzanne Gross (First Edmonton) will lead 
Interfaith collaboration for resettlement of Syrian Refugees.  Randy Haluza-Delay also from First Mennonite Edmonton will co-lead a workshop with Bodhi Sakyadhita called Climate Justice as an Interfaith Connection Point. Suzanne and Randy's workshops are on August 2. 

The event webpage is at: