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Sinclair Multifaith Campus Ministry

Multifaith Calendar

Notable Days in June


4–Pentecost or Whitsunday is a Christian festival commemorating the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples of Jesus 10 days after His ascension into heaven.


11–Trinity Sunday is a Christian observance celebrating the Christian understanding of God in three persons (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit).


21–National Aboriginal Day is a Canadian day of solidarity for First Natons people. All people are invited to share in celebration of aboriginal traditions and culture.


21–the summer solstice, the day of the year with the most sunlight. Many cultures celebrate the day as a holiday.


22–Laylat al-Qadr (Night of Power), is a Muslim celebration commemorating the first revelation of the Qur’an to the Prophet Muhammad in 610 CE.


23–Jum’at al-Wada (Farewell Friday) is a Muslim observance of the last Friday of the month of Ramadan.


25–Eid al Fitr, the Breaking of the Fast, is a Muslim celebration marking the end of Ramadan.


All religious and spiritual traditions have cycles of holy days and seasons. As we recognize the mosaic of spiritual and religious traditions in our local settings and our world, it is important to learn more about how each of the wisdom traditions celebrates holy days, sets aside seasons for repentance, reflection and renewal, and identifies major events to commemorate in community rituals. We invite you to use the Multifaith Calendar maintained by the Harvard Divinity School. It offers not only the specific dates of festivals and holy days, but also brief information about each event, practice or observance.

For more information, contact us at 937-512-2768 or stop by the office in 10-310 or email us: larry.lindstrom@sinclair.edu; jane.steinhauser@sinclair.edu.