Prayer Walk–Remembering Peace

pp-1-copy(sm)As an alternative way of marking Remembrance Day, consider coming to the inter-faith, inter-denominational prayer walk.

This is in no way a protest or replacement for traditional Remembrance Day observation, it’s simply a way of remembering all victims of war, and honouring and remembering the way of peace.

Here is an Edmonton Journal interview with Scott Key, organizer of the Prayer Walk and Chair of  Edmonton Ecumenical Peace Network.


Nov. 11 Timetable

– 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. All Saint’s Anglican Cathedral (10035 103rd St.): War and Peace, a workshop exploring different ways Christians have interpreted the teachings of Jesus, led by Rev. Tim Chesterton, rector of St. Margaret’s Anglican Church.

– 6 p.m. McDougall United Church (10025 101st St.): Inter-denominational prayer service.

– 7 p.m. City Hall: Public prayer walk for peace begins, with stops at the Gandhi statue, Canada Place and the Jasper Avenue war memorial.


  1. I’m equally proud of my great-uncle Harvey Burnard who served in the Canadian Army during WWII as I am of my grandparents who helped feed the soldiers as farmers during that time.

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