3rd November 2018
We Are All One: Towards Universal Spirituality:
Journeying with ChristianityJourneying Christianity
CANA CONFERENCE 2018
Essex Unitarian Church, Notting Hill Gate, London W8 4RT 10.30am – 5.00pm
Leading-edge science now confirms what the mystics have said.
The world and its diversity emanates from an underlying one intelligent consciousness.
How does science show this?
What does this mean for my spiritual beliefs and practices?
Can we now come together for a futureCan future
that provides for the flourishing of all life?
We will explore this quest together, to include speakers
Jude Currivan, Don MacGregor, Diarmuid O’Murchu & Marianne Rankin.
COST £40, concessions by arrangement.
‘For those who are awake the cosmos is one’ Heraclitus‘Heraclitus
‘That all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me
and I am in you’ John 17.21and 17.21
1st-3rd July 2019
Religious Experience Research Centre
Call fo Papers & Conference 2019
The Future of the Study of Religious and Spiritual Experience
We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the RERC and Sir Alister Hardy's research into religious experience.
The conference will look back at the work of the research centre during the past five decades and also look forward to the future, with keynote lectures from:
Prof Ann Taves (University of California, Santa Barbara, former President of the American Academy of Religion)
Prof Jeremy Carrette (University of Kent)
Prof Leslie Francis (University of Warwick), chair of the Alister Hardy Trust Board of Trustees.
The RERC Conference will offer opportunities to senior academics as well as Master's students and doctoral researchers to present their work on topics related to religious and spiritual experience.
If you would like to contribute a paper or organise a panel, please send us an abstract with a short biographical statement together with your academic affiliation by 11 March 2019 by email to RERCconference@uwtsd.ac.uk. Alternatively you can enter your details on the conference website below.
The conference will take place at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Lampeter and the fee includes lunch, coffee/tea (approx. £18 per day) as well as an option for dinner (approx. £20 for dinner). The University has reserved accommodation (B&B) for delegates in one of the halls of residence (approx. £35 B&B per night).
The Conference Registration will be opened later.
The RERC conference will be followed by the Fourth Annual Interfaith Conference of UWTSD (July 4-5, 2019).
Information about the Interfaith Conference will follow later on the Interfaith Conference webpage. You can register your interest in either (or both) of these conferences via the Conference Registration of Interest form.
To register please go to https://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/humanities-performingarts/rece50/