Wed, Nov 15 – Qu(e)erying Religion: A Global Dialogue
4:10 pm – 6 pm, Centre for International Experience, 33 St. George St
The University of Toronto Qu(e)erying Religion Program invites you to an intimate discussion with international and domestic guests. The event offers the opportunity to hear how the intersection of religion and Queer identity is being lived out in different contexts including Cuba, South Korea, Kenya and Canada. All are welcome. Refreshments provided. Please register at: email@example.com
Friday, Nov 17 deadline – Christian Survey In support of the research of Connie Wang, a visiting scholar at the Department for the Study of Religion, Canadian Christian students are invited to complete a survey regarding their beliefs and values. This part of a comparative study of Chinese and Canadian Christian university students. The survey has been approved by the Ethics Review Board of the University and is completely anonymous. Interested student can complete the link at: http://ca.studentvoice.com/ut/religiousidxian
Tues, Nov 21 – Multi-Faith Perspectives on Trans Inclusion, 7 pm, Multi-purpose room, Multi-Faith Centre Join the Multi-Faith Centre, Hillel, and Qu(e)erying Religion in a discussion of the present-day realities of trans “inclusion” and religious diversity, centering the voices of trans folks from different religious and spiritual traditions. https://www.facebook.com/events/297642914086320/
Tues, Nov 21 – Grief Support Sharing Circle, 5:10 – 7:30 pm, Rm 100, Faculty of Social Work (246 Bloor Street W) Everyone grieves in his or her own unique way. When someone you love dies, you may feel angry, isolated, sad, guilty or lonely. The grief support sharing circle is an informal drop-in mutual support group for students who have experienced a death, as well as students experiencing anticipatory grief. Please register by emailing both Jeanette Unger at student.minister @ utoronto.ca and Laurie Coleman at: laurie.coleman @ utoronto.ca.
The University of Toronto Qu(e)erying Religion Program invites you to an intimate discussion with international and domestic guests. The event offers the opportunity to hear how the intersection of religion and Queer identity is being lived out in different contexts including Cuba, South Korea, Kenya and Canada. All are welcome.
Elaine Saralegui, Metropolitan Community Church, Matanzas, Cuba
Jeon Dawit, Sumdol Hyanglin Presbyterian Church, Seoul, South Korea
Solomon Gichira, Pembizo Christian Council, Nairobi, Kenya
Sheri Krell, Kulanu Toronto, Jewish LGBTQ Community, Toronto, Canada
Imam Habeeb Alli, Canadian Council of Imams, Toronto, Canada
Please register at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Refreshments provided (vegan and gluten-free options available)
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