St. Peter the Apostle’s Anglican Congregation of St. Matthias Anglican Church, 6210 188 St NW, Edmonton, invites you to spend a night listening to live classical music on August 25, 7 pm. The duet of Amorim-Rufino Duo comprised of Brazilian-Canadian Violinist Vladimir Rufino and Brazilian-Canadian violist Fabiola Amorim has been performing together as well as with orchestras and chamber ensembles in Brazil, United States and Canada since 2005. Free admission.
The Diocese of Edmonton Children’s Choir, supported by a "Say Yes! to Kids" grant from the Anglican Foundation of Canada, is launching this September! The children's choir will provide opportunities for children and youth in grade 2 and up to learn music connected to the church’s worship to offer at church services and special liturgical events throughout the diocese. The choir will be conducted by Laura Hawley, a music director with extensive experience leading children's choirs in the Anglican faith tradition and choral conducting. There is no cost to join the choir which will rehearse on Wednesday evenings, 5-6 pm, at Christ Church, 12116 - 102 Ave, Edmonton.
Kairos Canada is an ecumenical joint venture that works for ecological justice and human rights. The Kairos Prairies North Decolonization Group is hosting Healing Haunted Histories. Lead by Elders Harry and Germaine Lafond, and accompanied by authors and theologians Elaine Enns and Ched Myers, this will be a time of land-learning, teachings, listening and decolonizing. It will be held at Muskeg Lake Cree Nation in Marcelin, Saskatchewan on Saturday, August 27 from 1:00-5:00pm. This is approximately a five hour drive from Edmonton. If you are interested in attending, but need assistance with transportation, please contact Michelle Schurek, email@example.com.