The Princeton Forum On Youth Ministry

Princeton Theological Seminary

THE PRINCETON FORUM ON YOUTH MINISTRY APRIL 23-26, 2019 This event is for Christian leaders who minister with young people. At the Forum we bridge the church and emerging ministries with the academy. We believe that youth ministry and theology belong to each other. We think that lives and communities are transformed when theological reflection meets …
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Agony in the Garden: Art and Faith from Eden to Gethsemane

Gladstone's Library

Agony in the Garden: Art and Faith from Eden to Gethsemane 26th April – 28th April 2019 Artists have, for centuries, vividly imagined gardens as places of abundance and desolation, as the settings for temptation and transformation and as the stage for human and holy drama. This course explores gardens real and imagined in visual …
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Fly Fishing Retreat

Kanuga Conferences, Inc.

Fly Fishing Retreat May 8th-11th, 2019 Engage in the contemplative art of fly-fishing through a three-day retreat. Local river guides from Davidson River Outfitters will teach casting techniques, share local fly-fishing knowledge, and escort participants on a guided fishing trip to the Davidson River. Conference Staff Kevin Howell, Davidson River Outfitters owner and head instructor …
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Circus and Acro Discovery 

Naramata Centre

With Bryce Beckett Saturday mornings 9am – 12noon 13 April – 11 May 2019 Location Naramata Centre CAD $150.00 – Program Price CAD $20.00 – Materials Fee   Circus and Acro Discovery is a play-based class which uses the setting of circus performance and acro movement to facilitate conscious growth, while fostering mental and physical health and wellbeing. …
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Subverting Shakespeare

Gladstone's Library

Subverting Shakespeare 10th May – 12th May 2019 In June 1594, in a gruesome public demonstration of state power, Elizabeth I’s personal physician, Roderigo Lopez, was hung, drawn and quartered. Lopez was a Portuguese Jew, and his grizzly execution epitomised the atmosphere of zealous anti-Semitism which seems to have characterised Shakespeare’s England. But, in writing The …
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