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Reconciliation in our Watershed

Part of the THE NIIGAANI-GICHIGAMI WATER FESTIVAL, a series of lectures and celebrations at St. James Cathedral Toronto. This session led by Amelia Berot-Burns of KAIROS Ecumenical Justice. Find out more here.

We won’t save a place we don’t love; we can’t love a place we don’t know; and we can’t know a place we haven’t learned.

What are the traditional Indigenous names of the places where you live? What shapes the geology and history of this region? Join us for an interactive workshop on understanding more deeply the physical spaces in which we live, that we might grow in love of the places we call home.

6:00pm Service (Cathedral, 106 King St. East)
6:30pm Light Supper (Cathedral Centre, 65 Church St.)
7:00pm Lecture (Cathedral Centre, 65 Church St.)

Earlier Event: May 3
School Strike for Climate
Later Event: May 18
What Trees Teach Us About Love