The annual Habitat for Humanity Interfaith-Works Project provided a special opportunity for faith leaders this year. Wednesday, May 1 was set aside for leaders from Edmonton's various faith communities to don their hard hats and work together, steel-tip-booted toe to toe, wielding hammer and paintbrush to help house families. Representing the Anglican diocese at the Carter Place building project were the Rev.s Cameron Burns of St. John the Evangelist, Jonathan Crane of St. Augustine of Canterbury, David Tiessen of St. Matthias, and Kevin Kraglund of St. Patrick, all of Edmonton. Mike Van Boom, of the Christian Reformed Church, was at the build in his role as Interfaith Network Animator for the Capital Region Interfaith Housing Initiative. Other traditions represented included Eckankar and the Society of Friends (Quakers).