Upcoming Events, Courses and Workshops
Emmanuel College supports its alumni/ae and local religious communities by offering a variety of continuing education programs and initiatives to further interfaith dialogue and for ministry professionals to replenish their spiritual wells.
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Renewing Hearts, Minds, Spirits
2024 APR 15–16 | Rethinking Preaching Conference 2024: Crossing Boundaries Toward Healing
Monday and Tuesday, April 15–16, Online, Register Here
In a world that is polarized and deeply divided, the work of crossing boundaries for the sake of healing is crucial. Emmanuel College’s 2024 Rethinking Preaching Conference (RPC) invites participants to consider the challenges and opportunities posed by such issues as religious difference, mental health, queer identity, race, ethnicity, culture, ability, accessibility, online technology, and multi-language contexts and their intersectional natures. The sessions will help us explore what it means to be a preacher for today. Keynote speaker: Prof. Debra Mumford. Invited preacher: Rev. Dr. Cheri DiNovo. Workshop Leaders: Prof. Jake Myers, Rev. Evan Swance-Smith, Kimiko Karpoff, Prof. Namjoong Kim.Register Here
2024 APR 20 | Islamic Psychotherapy and Spiritual Care: Past, Present and Future Conference
Saturday, April 20, in-person* and online
This one-day conference brings together Muslim psychotherapists and spiritual care providers to discuss the past, present and future of the field. It aims to boldly focus on themes such as gender issues, Islamophobia, ageing, immigration, digital technologies, etc., which will be seen through the lens of both the tradition and Islamic psychotherapy. The conference will feature a keynote speaker and five panelists.
Details and registration coming February 1, 2024.
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