Thank you to all who attended our Christmas Truce event!
Our first Christmas Truce event in Kingston truly exceeded our expectations. With over 150 in attendance the audience was engaged, the discussion lively, and the music moving. Thanks goes out Kingston Canadian Film Festival for loaning us the projection equipment, to Al Rankin & Friends, Mark Sirett and Cantabile Choirs for the superb musical accompaniment. Thank you to all the members of our Faith Stream who worked tirelessly to put the program together – not to mention the dozens of other wonderful people who all had roles in making this event a success.
Here is Al Rankin’s performing Christmas in the Tranches:
Here are some of our favourite photos from the event:
Fred T. Perel
February 12, 2015 @ 4:36 pm
Hello PeaceQuest. I am sorry that I had missed your Christmas Truce event. I was in Toronto at the time for both business & pleasure. The good news is that I have indeed attended both of PeaceQuest’s events in the early part of the 2015 calendar year & have thoroughly enjoyed both of them. I find it funny, in a peculiar way, that you mentioned the Kingston Canadian Film Festival in your message of gratitude. It just so happens that K.C.F.F. 2015 is right around the corner & this shall be my third consecutive year volunteering for this profoundly cultural event. Watching film is an informative way of gaining knowledge & am glad that PeaceQuest & K.C.F.F. have been working together. I shall gradually read more of these insightful articles from your website as time goes by. Thank you for forming this group which I find to be difference-making in a very positive way.