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Peace Train Interfaith Bike Ride 2021 - Tereina Rongomau

Ticket Information

  • Free Admission


  • Sun 11 Apr 2021, 1:30pm–4:30pm


All Ages

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4 Rides, 1 day, 1 city, Sunday 11 April 1:30 PM

Join us for any of the 4 Peace Train bike rides Sunday 11 April along with your whanau and friends. Each ride stops at places of worship around our city and we end together at the Aldersgate Centre. These rides re-enact and carry forward the beautiful intentions that surfaced after the March 15 2019 tragedies so we can again show our collective support and solidarity to the message of Unity and Peace across all ethnicities, faiths, religions, languages and races.

Select the ride that is closest to you, you can join at the start or jump on at the place closest to you. Click on the Facebook events below to register your interest and keep up to date

The North ride starts at St Alban's Baptist Church, 64 McFaddens Rd. with stops at the Hare Krishna and Knox Church on Bealey Ave, Al Noor Mosque and ending at Aldersgate.

The East ride starts at The Linwood Salvation Army, 177 Linwood Ave. with stops at the Linwood Mosque, the Sikh Temple and Quaker House on Ferry Road, and ending at Aldersgate.

The South ride starts at SW Baptist Church, 237 Lyttleton Street, with stops at Bahai Centre 31 Domain Terrace, St Marks Church in Addington, Al Noor Mosque, Buddhist Temple Kilmarnock St., Riccarton and ending at Aldersgate.

The West ride starts at the Chinese Methodist Church, 65 Papanui Road with stops at St John Moraia Fijian Methodist Church at Bryndwr road, University of Canterbury Muslim Student Association Masalla at 37 Creyke Road, St Barnabas Anglican Church on Fendalton Road, Al Noor Mosque and ending at Aldersgate.

All rides are 5-12km long and end together at Aldergate Centre, 309 Durham St North for a welcome tea and korero ( bring your own cup).

By this simple action of cycling together quietly, and visiting centres of all faiths, we remind ourselves of the commonalities we have, differences we need to celebrate and the walls we have to break to bring all our whanau together especially after the March 15 2019 tragedies in Christchurch. Additionally, it’s a collective celebration that promotes physical activity, health, and safety for neighbours and the environment through biking or walking.

For more information:
Ian Wells, Meg Christie

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