Posts Tagged "Gaza Ceasefire Pilgrimage"

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Companions of Jerusalem Book Club -The Wall Between

The Companions of Jerusalem invite all to join Primate Linda Nicholls, Anglican Church of Canada, in a reading and discussion of The Wall Between: What Jews and Palestinians Don’t Want to Know about Each Other, a thought-provoking 2023 book by Raja…

Uphold inherent sacredness to end the cycle of violence: the heart of the Canadian Gaza Ceasefire Pilgrimage

June 5, 2024

“A belief in the sacredness of life and that all people deserve to live in dignity and safety is what brings us here today,” said Leah Reesor-Keller, KAIROS’ Transitional Executive Director, in her opening remarks during the press conference on…

Post filed in: Human Rights, Palestine Israel Conflict, Social Justice

Christian leaders urge Canada to end cycle of violence in Israel and Palestine

May 23, 2024

In January, the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to take measures to prevent acts of genocide in the Gaza Strip. The government of Israel is not following this order. Since the ICJ’s ruling, about 9,000 Gazans have been killed,…

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Vancouver Area Gaza Ceasefire Pilgrimage

THIS SATURDAY MAY 11TH join members of Salal + Cedar Watership Discipleship Community, Open Way Community Church, Christians for a Free Palestine, and other people of faith including anti-Zionist Jewish folks on a pilgrimage to pray for liberation, justice, and…

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Brandon: Gaza Ceasefire Pilgrimage

Peaceful walk to raise awareness about our concern for the violence and deaths in Palestine, and requesting that the Canadian Government push for sustainable ceasefire. Petition will be signed and taken to MP Larry Maguire’s office on May 15, date…

Press Advisory: National church leaders bring Gaza Ceasefire Pilgrimages to Parliament Hill on May 22

May 1, 2024

(Unceded Algonquin Territory [Ottawa, ON]) – Across Canada, congregations and communities of faith are mobilizing for a just peace in Palestine and Israel by participating in local pilgrimages – walking or rolling together for all or part of 41 kilometres,…

Post filed in: Media Releases, Middle East