Tzedakah-Sadaqah: A Series of Intercultural Service Projects
Join the Faith and Spirituality Centre in partnership with the Leadership and Student Engagement office as we explore what “service” means. We collaborate with various religious and spiritual communities in Calgary and offer a diverse range of educational workshops, organized volunteer opportunities and critical reflections/debriefs.
"Tzedakah" derives from Hebrew meaning righteousness, fairness or justice and is often used to refer to charity obligations. "Sadaqah" is an Arabic word means charity and comes from the tradition of Islam.
- Thursday, February 6, 2020 - 5:00 - 9:00 p.m.
- UN World Interfaith Harmony Week celebration with the Calgary Interfaith Council
- This semester, we will be observing the United Nation’s World Interfaith Harmony Week with the Calgary Interfaith Council (CIC). We will join the CIC for their community dinner on February 6th. We will volunteer by helping set-up and tear-down and helping with errands during the event. Participants will join a table and engage in meaningful conversations with diverse people and eat a meal together.