The Ecumenical Chaplaincy at U of T is deeply saddened by the horrific tragedy on north Yonge Street on April 23, 2018. We lament the loss of life and injuries and mourn with all those who are affected. Our chaplains are available for conversation and consolation for anyone who needs to talk or pray at this time.
In the St. George Campus environs there is a prayer vigil this evening (April 24) at Church of The Redeemer at Avenue Road and Bloor. https://www.facebook.com/events/526058837787928/
Join with the Ecumenical Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto (ECUT) as we celebrate Chaplain Ralph Carl Wushke’s 14 years of trail-blazing chaplaincy work on campus.
The retirement celebration for Ralph Carl Wushke has two distinct parts. You are welcome to attend either one or both:
2. Paid fundraising dinner. Join us for an intimate dinner with Ralph, 6:30 pm, next door at the Faculty Club (41 Wilcocks Street). Tickets are $100. Seating is limited to 35 people. Drinks will be available for purchase at the Club with credit/debit cards. A portion of the ticket is tax-receiptable. Please let us know any dietary requirements.
To RSVP and to purchase tickets, go to Retirement Celebration for Ralph Carl Wushke event page on Canada Helps.
In honour of Ralph’s work, ECUT is welcoming donations to our general fund and/or to The Fund for Gender, Sexuality and Faith in Campus Ministry through Canada Helps. Your financial support will keep this ministry vibrant and alive long into the future.
6-10 pm, Emmanuel College
7 pm, Multi-Faith Centre
Wed, March 7 – PUBLIC THEOLOGY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
1:30 pm, Knox College
A lecture by Sebastian Chang Hwan Kim, Executive Director of the Korean Studies Centre, Professor of Theology and Public Life at Fuller Theological Seminary, and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Public Theology. Panel discussion to follow The event is free, but registration is required at www.knox.utoronto.ca/laidlaw2018.
Wed, March 7- Angela Davis in Conversation with Yusra Khogali
6pm-9pm, Live Stream Party at 45 Willcocks St. William Doo Auditorium
The Black Students’ Association is proud to present ‘We Want Revolution!’ -Angela Davis in Conversation with Yusra Khogali and Moderated by Angela Robertson plus a song by folk singer Faith Nolan. Because this event is sold out we are offering a livestream party. If you were unable to get tickets for the event at OISE, here is your chance to watch the conversation live! Please sign up on eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/livestream-for-angela-davis-tickets-43403434842