Reformation, Turmoil, and Religious Experience: Tending Contemporary Expressions, June 2017
Trinity Institute Conference: Water Justice, March 2017
The conference is over for 2017 but you can continue learning and acting!
READING AND RESOURCE LIST:
Recommended reading related to Trinity Institute 2017: Water Justice
From the Trinity Institute.
Additional suggestions below:
Ithaca - book by Susan Fish, 2014. A novel about fracking, activism, grief, and soup.
The Council of Canadians - Acting for Social Justice
The World Council of Churches Ecumenical Water Network (EWN) invites you to use this season of Lent to reflect on water. Since 2008, the EWN has been providing weekly theological reflections and other resources on water for the seven weeks of Lent and for World Water Day on 22 March.
"Over the River: Returning home to Flint" - article in Harper's Magazine, January 2017 edition, by Richard Manning.
Sea Sick - book and play
By Alanna Mitchell
Life-giving Waters - educational resource
Dedicated to the people of Pikangikum, Ontario; focuses on water and our five senses; discussion and reflection questions, activities, Bible passages, prayers and more.
By the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund, Anglican Church of Canada.
Also see the PWRDF Water Project for Pikangikum.
Dealing with our Darknesses: An Anglican-Muslim Conversation, September - December, 2016
A series of challenging Inter-faith conversations designed to:
- build relationships between Christians and Muslims.
- address difficult issues.
- promote strategies for healing and reconciliation within and between our faith traditions.
Offered through the generous support of the Anglican Foundation of Canada.
Opening Lecture: Dealing with our Darknesses: Transgression, Penitence, and Transformation.
Workshop 1: Dealing with our Darknesses: Patriarchy and Gender Oppression
Sunday, October 30, 2016, Featuring Ms Pamela J. Hill, Director of Clinical Programs and Services, Addiction Services of Thames Valley, London and Dr. Juliane Hammer, Associate Professor Kenan Rifai Scholar of Islamic Studies, Department of Religious Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Workshop 2: Dealing with our Darknesses: Militancy and the Theological Exploitation of Religion for Violence
Sunday, November 20, 2016, Featuring Dr. Mohammad Fadel, Associate Professor & Canada Research Chair for the Law and Economics of Islamic Law, University of Toronto and Captain Michael Peterson, Chaplain, Canadian Forces and instructor at the Canadian Forces Chaplain School and Centre, Canadian Forces Base Borden.
Workshop 3: Strategies and Stories of Resilience and Transformation
Sunday, December 11, 2016, Featuring Dr. Tayyab Rashid, Clinical psychologist and researcher, University of Toronto – Scarborough and
Dr. David Pfrimmer, Professor of Public Ethics; Co-director, Centre for Public Ethics, Waterloo Lutheran Seminary.