Stations of the Cross – Hunger Free Manitoba invites people from all faiths to join us in a Good Friday Public Lament focusing on Hunger and Homelessness.
Multifaith Service – As part of World Food Day celebrations on Sunday October 16, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights will be hosting educational opportunities all day. There will be a multi-faith service from 2:00 until 3:00 PM that day, outside the museum near the statue of Mahatma Gandhi. David Northcott, Executive Director of Winnipeg Harvest and Belle Jarniewski, President of the Manitoba Multifaith Council will be speaking. All are welcome. Postcards will be available to be signed.
Sukkot – This is the Jewish festival celebrating the harvest in which people are encouraged to live in a booth for 7 days. The roof of the booth is made of organic material through which one must be able to see the stars. The purpose of this activity is that people will be reminded that they rely on God for their sustenance. There will be a booth at Memorial Park from October 17-21. Lunch will be served there every day by different faith communities from 12:30 to 1:30 PM>
Fasting and Vegetarian Potluck at the Grand Mosque on Waverley – The public is invited to fast all day on Thursday, October 27th and then join us at sunset for a vegetarian potluck at the Grand Mosque (2445 Waverley Street). We ask that each person/family bring a dish and donate what you would spend on groceries in a day. This money will be donated to Winnipeg Harvest.