Friday, June 16th,
6pm Sherbourne Waterfront
7pm BBQ St. James Park, King and Church St.
We would be honoured to have your presence amongst us in prayer and witness as we seek to come together as a diverse community to acknowledge our interdependence on one another, our faith traditions, the land, and the water we live on. This festival is interfaith and intends to express gratitude for Lake Ontario (Niigaani-gichigami in Anishnawbe, Ontario is the Huron-Wendat name). The June 16th Gratitude Walk and Festival will begin with Loreen Blu Waters opening us in a water ceremony, followed by prayers and songs offered by different faith leaders.Read More »Niigaani-gichigami: Gratitude Walk and Festival, June 16th
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