Social Justice

Social Justice

Outreach to Haiti Board Meeting

On 28 November 2017, I will be flying to Port au Prince to attend an on-site board of directors meeting for Outreach to Haiti (OTH).  OTH is a mission of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Norwich that has been providing educational, medical and social support to Haitian for over 30[…]

Life and Faith Study: Peace

  Join us for the second installment of the Life and Faith Study Series as we discuss the topic of peace in a multi-faith panel discussion.   Saturday, November 29th at 10:00am Holy Trinity Anglican Church 10037 84 Ave. NW Free Admission, Donations Accepted   Panelists will include: Dr. David Williams, President[…]

Pub Talks: Poverty and Homelessness

Pub Talks You are invited to join us for any of our upcoming Pub Talks on various topics surrounding the issues of poverty and homelessness. Elephant and Castle Pub (10314 82 Ave.), 7:00pm September 30: Rev. Rick Chapman, Pastor at Inner City Pastoral Ministry Discussion Topic: The Effects of Poverty October 7:[…]

Calendar of Hope

Old Strathcona Youth Society: Streets of Hope Calendars Through the Old Strathcona Youth Society (OSYS), together with Holy Trinity, the Anglican Foundation of Canada, and the Benevolent Knights of Alberta, the youth of OSYS have put together an 18 month calendar of photos they have taken, called “Streets of Hope”.[…]

Life and Faith Study

Please join us for Part 1 of the Holy Trinity Life & Faith Study Series: Poverty and Homelessness With Guest Speaker: Bob McKeon Former Chairperson of Inner City Pastoral Ministry and Director in the office of Social Justice for the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton Bob McKeon presently works as the[…]

Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Edmonton

 Trinity Lutheran Church Social Justice Committee invites you to LUNCH AND LEARN TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION:  WHAT IT MEANS FOR ALL CANADIANS Sunday, March 16, 2014 from 12:45 to 3:00 pm Trinity Lutheran Church (10014-81 Ave) Featuring:  The Blanket Exercise – an interactive way of learning the history most Canadians were[…]

We Need Your Yarn!

REQUEST FROM THE KNIT WITS The Knit Wits knitting group, who meet Tuesday afternoons at the church, are once again looking for  donations of yarn suitable for knitting toques, mittens and scarves for the needy.  We also make Prayer Shawls as well as some baby garments. Suggested yarn suitable for these projects[…]

Are You Being Consumed?

Does living in a globalized, consumeristic world really leave us no choice but to participate in it?  Can Christians and their churches make a real difference?  What does it mean to work for the Justice of God in our communities today? A Conversation – based upon the book by William[…]

Help build the new “Neighbor Centre” – drop in for homeless.

Dear friends of the Edmonton Do Likewise Society, We are delighted to be moving forward with planning for the renovation of the Neighbour Centre. At this time we are looking for people with any of the following skills: Project management; Safety coordination; Demolition (breaking concrete, removing walls); Concrete finishing; Framing;[…]