2015 events

The Future of Religion, Jesus, & Christianity – Lecture & Symposium by Dr David Galston

Auckland, New Zealand – click for details

On August 14th at 7pm, St David’s, 68 Khyber Pass Road Grafton,  Has Religion a Future? The greatness and tragedy of religion. Entry is by koha/donation and no registration is necessary.

On Saturday August 15th, 9.30am – 4pm, St Luke’s, 130 Remuera Road, Auckland is holding a seminar and discussion day with Professor Galston. The cost for the seminar [including morning tea and a light lunch] is $30.00.

Friday 28 & Saturday 29 August 2015, Toorak, Victoria David Galston


‘Sharing Care of the Earth: Science – Faith – Action’


On Saturday 29th August from 9am to 5pm at Te Waiora Chaplaincy Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North.

Cost $25 (includes lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments).

The Keynote Speaker for the Forum will be Dr Kevin Tate (a global change expert).  A panel of speakers from Maori, Muslim, Hindu, Jewish, Christian, Buddhist and Baha’i led by Dr Anwar Ghani will draw together the common threads of the perspectives that different faiths take towards care of the Earth.  Following this there will be a series of concurrent workshops led by experts in their fields to examine key issues.

For further information contact Bob Skipp email bob_skipp@xtra.co.nz or Mary Eastham email maryeastham@icloud.com


26 January – 8 February 2015 streaming live: Online Conference on Science, Inspiration and Sustainability: The Future is Calling Us to Greatness—with Michael Dowd + 56 Experts

HOLY LAND HIGHLIGHTS 29 May – 19 June 2015 A special program of travel in Israel, Palestine and Jordan has been arranged for mid-2015. This has been scheduled for the three weeks immediately before Greg Jenks needs to be at the Bethsaida Archaeological Excavations with his students.

Charter for Compassion – Parliament of the World’s Religions 15-19 October  2015: It is the world’s largest interfaith gathering, bringing in more than 10,000 interfaith networks. They will come from 80 countries and 50 religious and spiritual traditions to attend the Parliament. http://www.parliamentofreligions.org/

%d bloggers like this: