Today is the Moravian Church’s traditional Widow’s day in Nain.
One of our radio producers went down to the hall this morning to record some of the morning activities during the widow’s breakfast.
We spoke with one male servant, Joshua Jack, to find out what his chores were for today.
He said he will be assisting the cooks with whatever help they need.
Mary Dicker is an elder and a widow, and we had a chance to ask her what the meaning of Widow’s day is.
We also spoke with Gordon Obed who is the Lay Minister for the Nain Moravian Church.
Stay tuned at 2:30 to hear the three Inuit talk about this celebration on your PiusituKavut show today.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
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