Luncheon & Seminar - Religious Freedom and the Church in Canada

par Christian Legal Fellowship

  • mercredi, 26 septembre 2018 de 12:00 Après-midi à 2:00 Après-midi (HAP)
  • Inn at the Quay 900 Quayside Dr, New Westminster, BC V3M 6G1

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The Supreme Court has released three significant judgments on religious freedom in the previous six months, the most recent concerning Trinity Western University. What did these decisions say, and what do they mean for churches and believers in Canada? What other legal challenges lie ahead? How can Christians better engage and contribute to a more just society? Hear from Derek Ross, who served as legal counsel to Christian Legal Fellowship in all three of these recent Supreme Court cases, on these questions and more. You will also hear from special guest Bruce Clemenger, President of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada. We hope that you can join us! 

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Join us on Sept. 26, 2018 at the Inn at the Quay from 12:00pm-2:00pm for a special Luncheon & Seminar: Religious Freedom and the Church in Canada

Your registration includes a deli lunch. Please indicate whether you have dietary restrictions by emailing us at office@christianlegalfellowship.org. 

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Inn at the Quay
900 Quayside Dr, New Westminster, BC V3M 6G1

26 septembre 2018
mercredi, 26 septembre 2018 12:00 Après-midi (HAP)

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Christian Legal Fellowship (CLF) is a national charitable association that exists to serve the legal profession by deepening and strengthening the spiritual life of its members, and to encourage and facilitate among Christians in the vocation of law the integration of a Biblical faith with contemporary legal, moral, social and political issues. CLF also seeks to advance the public good by articulating legal and moral principles that are consistent with, and illuminated by, our Christian faith through court interventions and parliamentary consultations.