Spiritual But Not Religious
how SBNR young adults see our world

Glebe Community Centre
Thursday, November 2, 2017
7:00 pm, Scotton Hall

All are welcome to attend the lecture.
Admission is free.

Tom Sherwood  was  ordained by the United Church of Canada in 1976, and has had a full-time career in parish ministry and chaplaincy. As a part-time university teacher since 1982, he has taught courses in anthropology, sociology, and religion at Carleton and Saint Paul University from First Year to M.A. levels. In June 2009, he was appointed the McGeachy Senior Scholar in the United Church, and commissioned to undertake a national study of the spirituality and values of Canadians born in the 1980s, published as Listening  to  The  Echo– young adults talk about religion, spirituality, God, gods and their world (FriesenPress, 2016). His research has also been published in several articles and book chapters, and  presented in documentary theatre projects. In 2017-18, he is the Dean of the Ottawa School of Theology and Spirituality. He continues to teach and supervise graduate students at Carleton.

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