Upcoming Events, Courses and Workshops
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If you are interested in partnering with us on an event, please complete our Partnership Proposal Form and submit to email@example.com. All partnerships must support the Vision, Mission and Values of Emmanuel College and the core academic mission of Victoria University. Applications must be submitted at least 8 weeks prior to the event date.
2020 11 04 Brown Bag Lunch: Lori Kyle, Stachelle Bussey and Michelle Voss Roberts
Wednesday, November 4, 12–1 p.m. EST
Join Rev. Lori Kyle Emm 1T4, Black activist and seminarian Stachelle Bussey, and Principal Michelle Voss Roberts via Zoom for a conversation on First Unitarian Church of Louisville's recent provision of sanctuary to Black Lives Matter activists. Check out a recent article about the church's support in "the fight for racial justice."
If you would like to attend, please register by November 3.
Sponsored by the Centre for Religion and Its Contexts.
Lift up Your Hearts – Workshop of Leaders and Singers in Small Congregations – POSTPONED TO SPRING 2020
Generously sponsored by the Douglas C. Cowling Bursary of the Diocese of Toronto, Anglican Church of Canada.
Cost: $25 - limited to 50 participants. Register at bit.ly/LUYH2020.
Dr. Christina Labriola, a Mezzo soprano, choral conductor, pianist, and scholar, is ever interested in the interplay of music, beauty, and spirituality. She has earned a Doctorate in Theology (Regis College, 2018), Master of Sacred Music (Emmanuel College, 2013), Bachelor of Music with Honours (UToronto, 2010), and a Performer’s A.R.C.T. in Piano (Royal Conservatory of Music, 2012). Christina is active in Toronto as a cantor, choral conductor, teacher, singer, accompanist, and lecturer in a variety of church, academy, and community settings.
Peter Merrick holds a Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance from the University of Toronto, and the Master of Sacred Music from Emmanuel College; he is also a certified teacher of Dalcroze Eurhythmics. He is currently Director of Music at Glenview Presbyterian Church, and a PhD student in Theological Studies at Emmanuel, where he also conducts the Toronto School of Theology Choir.
Saya Ojiri is a PhD student in Liturgical Studies at Emmanuel College of the Victoria University in the University of Toronto. She holds a Master of Sacred Music degree from Emmanuel College, a Master of Theology and a Bachelor of Arts (Christian Studies) from Rikkyo University, Tokyo. She has been serving internationally as a church musician and a lecturer in the United Church of Canada, the World Council of Churches, as well as in Japanese churches. She has composed several hymns and anthems, with some of these published by Hope Publishing Company. At present, she serves as the music director at Wesley Mimico United Church.
Michael Silhavy is the Senior Project Editor for GIA Publications, Inc. and has worked in parish, grade school, cathedral, university and diocesan settings. He deeply values the weekly experience of making music with a congregation and currently does so as Director of Music at St. Mary Church in Riverside, Illinois. He has also authored entries on American composers and authors for the Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology. Michael holds degrees in music education, theology and liturgical studies from DePaul University and Loyola University (both in Chicago), as well as St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota.
Kate Williams is the Senior Managing Editor at GIA Publications, Inc. She holds a Bachelor of Music Composition degree from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois as well as a Masters of Arts in Liturgical Studies degree from Catholic Theological Union in Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago where it was her privilege to study as a distinguished Bernardin Scholar. She serves as workshop leader, consultant, and musician in the Archdiocese of Chicago and abroad, following a passion to serve in multicultural, multigenerational communities, while mentoring young voices and building bridges through music ministry.
DATE TBD Nazila Isgandarova Book Launch - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020
Islamic Spiritual and Religious Care, Nazila Isgandarova
POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 - DATE TBD
Khalil Centre, 201 Consumers Rd #101, North York
Please join us as we celebrate the launch of the book, Islamic Spiritual and Religious Care, by Dr. Nazila Isgandarova, assistant professor (teaching stream) in Islamic Spiritual Care at Emmanuel College.
All are welcome! This event is free!
COVID-19 EC Community Updates for Emmanuel College Community
- On Campus: Burwash Bed and Breakfast