RENEW 2016

par Knox College

  • mardi, 08 novembre 2016 de 1:30 Après-midi à mercredi, 09 novembre 2016 4:00 Après-midi (HNA)
  • Knox College 59 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E6

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November 8-9, 2016

LIVING THE REFORMATION TODAY: THREE ISSUES

A continuing education event for those on the front lines of theology and practice. Come and be renewed, strengthened, and encouraged.

This event is FREE and open to the public -- but registration is required. Register for just one session, or for all three events.

Unable to make it to Toronto for the event? Watch RENEW on your computer in real time through Knox’s video conferencing technology. For more information about how to participate remotely, contact John Henderson. Click here to go to Knox's YouTube page.

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November 8-9, 2016

LIVING THE REFORMATION TODAY:  THREE ISSUES

This event is FREE and open to the public -- but registration is required. Register for just one session, or for all three events.

Unable to make it to Toronto for the event? Watch RENEW on your computer in real time through Knox’s video conferencing technology. For more information about how to participate remotely, contact John Henderson. Click here to go to Knox's YouTube page.

 

Truth and Reconciliation: Calls to Action for Seminary and Church

Tuesday, Nov 8, 1:30 – 4:30pm

The truth and reconciliation commission made 94 calls to action. Focusing on specific calls to action, we will learn how seminary curricula are incorporating specific calls and also hear how congregations are implementing them.

Presenters:

  • Jonathan Hamilton Diablo, Co-Chair of the University of Toronto’s Task Force on Truth and Reconciliation; Director, Aboriginal Student Services; Coordinator, Council of Aboriginal Initiatives First Nations House
  • The Rev. Susan Samuel, member Healing and Reconciliation Advisory committee PCC (2002-12); Presbyterian rep at the KAIROS Indigenous Rights Circle
  • Joyce Johnston and Sheila Robson from Cape Croker reserve

The Rev. Bob Geddes, Moderator

 

Doctor Assisted Death, Part 2 (follow up from RENEW 2015)

Wednesday, Nov 9, 9:30am – 12:30pm

Beginning with a legal update on current legislation, a panel will explore questions from a Reformed theological perspective and consider the issues with which  clergy and pastoral visitors struggle in providing care.

Resources:

  • John Woods, V P Strategic Initiatives, St. Joseph’s Health Centre, Hamilton
  • The Rev. Dr. Christine O’Reilly, Minister, Thedford Presbyterian Church
  • The Rev. Dr. John Vissers, Director of Academic Programs and Professor of Historical Theology, Knox College

The Rev. John Henderson, Moderator

 

Lois Stewart Klempa Memorial Inaugural Lecture:

Insights from the Middle East

Wednesday, Nov 9, 2-4pmThe Rev. Ian Ross McDonald, General Secretary, Life and Mission Agency of the PCC, will present his observations and reflections on his recent visit to the Middle East.

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Knox College
59 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E6

8 novembre 2016
mardi, 8 novembre 2016 1:30 Après-midi (HNA)

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Knox College is a theological school of The Presbyterian Church in Canada, a federated College of the University of Toronto, and a founding member of the Toronto School of Theology.