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 of Taylor Seminary
Sharon Pasula, Oskâpêwis / Aboriginal Cultural and Educational Helper, Anglican Diocese of Edmonton
Ibrahim J. Long, Islamic studies teacher at the Edmonton Islamic Academy
This will be followed by three small group study evenings, focusing on the book “Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed: The Story of the Village of Le Chambon and How Goodness Happened There” by Philip Hallie. This group will meet on December 2, 9 and 16 at Holy Trinity at 7:30pm.
If you are interested in attending the small group study, please consider purchasing the book prior to the study beginning, or if you want to be part of a group order, please let Janette know in the church office no later than Monday, November 10th. The books cost approximately $10-$15, and can be purchased fromChapters/Indigo, Amazon, or a variety of other online sources, or can be borrowed from the Edmonton Public Library.
More about the book:
“During the most terrible years of World War II, when inhumanity and political insanity held most of the world in their grip and the Nazi domination of Europe seemed irrevocable and unchallenged, a miraculous event took place in a small Protestant town in southern France called Le Chambon. There, quietly, peacefully, and in full view of the Vichy government and a nearby division of the Nazi SS, Le Chambon’s villagers and their clergy organized to save thousands of Jewish children and adults from certain death.”