A special “Spring Sing Fires of Justice” program was held on March 21, 2021. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the event was hosted on-line.
- Sebastian Meadows-Helmer
- Kay Brown
- Janelle Lightborne and Steve Johnston (guitar)
- Peter Nikiforuk
- Holy Heart Chamber Choir (St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador)
Panel discussion with Nadine Green of Lot 42: A Better Tent City and Father Toby Collins of St. Mary’s Church
SFOJ 2020/2021 Discussion Guide A valuable resource to facilitate dialogue around themes from SFOJ 2020/2021, including experiences of home and identity, and issues related to land, housing, and racial justice. Help us continue these important conversations in your faith or community groups through the use of questions in this Discussion Guide, highlighting moments and insights from Sing Fires events. Sing Fires Discussion Guide
Click the image (left) to view the full Sing Fires of justice: Still At Home on-line program.
Click the image below to view a video about how A Better Tent City cut through red tape to deliver help when needed, and inspired hope in the process.
Thank you to the following organizations, who helped make this video possible:
The Social Development Centre WR, Sanguin Health Centre, Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation, The Community Cooperative Kitchen of Kitchener Waterloo, The United Way, St Mary’s Parish, St John’s the Evangelist Anglican Church, The Food Bank of Waterloo Region, The Working Centre, The Salvation Army