Tue, Oct 10, 2023

Reflecting on Unity and Belonging at the 48th Interfaith Community Breakfast

The spirit of togetherness filled St. George's Banquet Hall on October 4th as community members came together for the 48th annual Interfaith Community Breakfast.

The breakfast provided a platform for individuals of different faiths and backgrounds to connect, share, and reflect on building a community where everyone feels a sense of belonging. Supportive Housing of Waterloo was among the organizations delighted to participate in this remarkable event.

Attendees heard an inspiring address by guest speaker Paul Born, a global leader and award-winning author renowned for his work on community engagement and change. His curiosity about ideas that unite people for the common good was evident as he shared his insights. Paul's message revolved around the joy of belonging, emphasizing how it can bring people "Together in Hope."

The Interfaith Community Breakfast served as a poignant reminder that, regardless of our differences, we are all part of a larger tapestry of humanity. It highlighted the importance of dialogue, empathy, and collective action in creating a more inclusive and harmonious society.

SHOW looks forward to next year's event, where everyone can once again come together to celebrate our diverse community and reaffirm the commitment to creating a place where all feel connected.

Together in hope, everyone can make a difference.