September 16-18, 2016, the Camrose Church of God will host John and Eloise Bergen. The weekend will feature a public presentation on Restorative Justice When There is No Justice at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre Cargill Theatre. There will also be a symposium on Neurological, Emotional & Spiritual Recovery from Trauma (venue to be confirmed). Finally, a public worship event will be held at the Camrose Church of God featuring the Bergens. More details to follow.
August 22–26, 2016 David Goa will be offering an intensive week-long course from 8:30am to 4:30pm at St. Stephen’s College, University of Alberta. The course will focus on increasing multicultural competence and building skills for interfaith communication and interdisciplinary collaboration. Registration deadline is July 22, 2016. For more information, see poster here.
In the News
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connected (Globe and Mail; July 24, 2016)
On America’s Pacific shore, many religious currents meet (The Economist; July 14, 2016)
Consider the dim sum spot: P.E.I. Buddhist-affiliated restaurant vandalized after monks free lobsters (National Post; July 12, 2016)
If Pokémon Go feels like a religion, that’s because it kind of is (The Guardian; July 12, 2016)