Green Churches Forum 2017

May 11, 2017

Ottawa

A Christian Ecological Event!

SEE WHAT HAPPENED AT THE FORUM 2017 

Keynote speaker, The Right Rev. Mark MacDonald, will share his insights on “Celebrating the Spirit of Creation“.

Bishop MacDonald became the Anglican Church of Canada’s first National Indigenous Anglican Bishop in 2007. He is also a third order Franciscan and he has contributed to many publications, including “Holy Ground: A Gathering of Voices on Caring for Creation” (Ed. Lyndsay Moseley, Sierra Club Books, 2008).

2017 Forum Theme: “Celebrating the Spirit of Creation

We want to celebrate in conjunction with the celebrations taking place throughout the National Capital for Canada’s 150th anniversary. As believers, we see Creation manifested in abundance in our home and native land. This event will also be a testimonial of thanksgiving for the beauty and grandeur of God’s work in our country from coast to coast to coast.

Schedule for the day

08:30   Welcome & Registration
09:00   Introduction
09:30   Keynote Address: Rt. Rev. Mark L. MacDonald
10:15   Question Period
10:25   Break
10:45   Workshops

11:30   Kiosks and Lunch

01:00   Workshops
01:45   Break
02:00   Workshops
02:45   Break
03:00   Ecumenical Service
04:00   Forum Closure

 

 Fees

  • $45  Regular
  • $25  Member of a registered Green Church
  • $10  Student
This fee includes lunch.

Venue

Saint Paul University
223 Main St, Ottawa, ON K1S 1C4

Please note that parking is $10 for the day.

Public transit OC Transpotake bus # 5 or 16

 

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Accomodation

Do you need a place to stay for the Green Churches Forum 2017? Book now and say your are coming for our Forum. We suggest:

Saint-Paul University Residence:   saintpaulrez.ca   613-236-3131

Novotel Ottawa:   novotelottawa.com   1-855-677-3033

 

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