The headlines are clear: religion is on the decline in North America as many people leave behind traditional religious practices.
Well-known author and theologian, Diana Butler Bass will explore ways in which what appears to be a decline actually signals a major transformation in how people understand and experience God, along with the ways churches can respond to and participate in this shift.
Author of Christianity After Religion, Diana Butler Bass' next book, Grounded: Finding God in the World will be released in October.
On Line Registration Fee: $20
On Line Registration Deadline: Wednesday, October 12, 2015
LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE-Register now to reserve your spot by clicking the link.
If space remains after online registration closes it may be possible to register in advance and pay "at the door". If available, the "at the door" registration fee will be $25. Check the registration page and the diocesan website news and events pages after October 14th for details.
Payment should be made by cheque payable to "Diocese of New Westminster", and mailed to: God in a Post-Religious Time1410 Nanton Avenue, Vancouver BC V6H 2E2.
Payment can be made by credit card (VISA or MasterCard only) by phone only by calling the Synod Office of the Diocese of New Westminster at 604-684-6306 ext 228.
9am, Coffee and Hospitality
9:30am to 12:30pm, Addresses and Discussions
*Please note that lunch is not provided at this event.*
Sponsored by: Vancouver School of Theology, Christ Church Cathedral, St Andrew's-Wesley United Church, St Andrew's Hall, and The Anglican Diocese of New Westminster.
For more information or registration by phone please contact: Christ Church Cathedral, 604-682-3848
Mon to Fri 9AM - 4PM
Open for phone calls and emails. Closed to visitors March 18 - June 15 (tentative date)
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