Calgary Churches Launch Peace Campaign


Train Poster

Update: Dec. 8, 2009:  Added photo of train poster. - photo by Allisa Bender

A Calgary billboard on 14th St. north of Kensington

Update, Nov 27, 2009:
Calgary - Two large format billboards appear on Macleod Trail south of 52 St. Ave. and on 14th St. north of of Kensington Rd. The posters appear at the following train stations: Anderson Station, Chinook, Erlton/Stampede, University and Whitehorn stations.  The balance of the 40 posters are on the C-trains.- photo by Alissa Bender

Six Alberta congregations in the Calgary area will be the first to launch a Live For Peace Campaign. First Mennonite, Trinity Mennonite (DeWinton), Foothills Mennonite, Calgary Chinese, Calgary Vietnamese and English langugae congregations, and Bergthal Mennonite (Didsbury) churches are banding together to sponsor the first ever Live For Peace campaign on Nov. 23, 2009. The launch will see two 10 by 20 foot billboards and forty Light Rail Transit posters on the C-Train and at train stations in Calgary, ending on Dec. 23.

Visitors arriving at this web site via the Calgary campaign are encouraged to spend some time here browsing the site to learn more. Anyone wishing to know more about how to Live For Peace is invited to contact and/or visit the church nearest you:

First Mennonite Church, 2600 Richmond Rd SW, Calgary; Phone: (403) 249-8784

Trinity Mennonite Church, Hwy 552 and 232 Ave W, MD of Foothills; Phone: (403) 256-7157

Foothills Mennonite Church, 2115 Urbana Road NW; Phone: (403) 289-7172

Calgary Chinese Mennonite Church, 1237 - 28 Street SE; Phone: (403) 248-5988

Calgary Vietnamese Mennonite Church, 167 Whitefield Drive NE; Phone: (403) 293-8885

Bergthal Mennonite Church, Disbury, Alberta; Phone: (403) 335-4451

 


 

 

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