The United Church Observer Presents The Walrus Talks Spirituality

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Join The Walrus and The United Church Observer for a discussion of faith, cultures, community, and the role of spirituality in our secular society.

The event will feature a unique line-up of spiritual, religious, community, and cultural thinkers:

• NICOLE BROOKS, creator, filmmaker, performer, playwright and teacher
• NATALIE BULL, executive director, National Trust for Canada
• LEWIS CARDINAL, Cardinal Strategic Communications, specialist in Indigenous education
• TIMOTHY CAULFIELD, author specializing in ethical, legal, and health issues
• JOAN GARSON, president, Holy Blossom Temple
• MICHAEL INGHAM, retired Anglican bishop and theologian
• GRETTA VOSPER, United Church of Canada minister and atheist

Tickets are $20 ($12 for students) and are available at thewalrus.ca/the-walrus-talks-spirituality.

Monday, April 4, 2016
Trinity-St. Paul's Centre
427 Bloor St. W., Toronto
Doors open at 6:30pm, Walrus Talks at 7pm
Reception to follow

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About the Walrus Talks:

The Walrus Talks is a national series of events produced by the charitable, non-profit Walrus Foundation as part of an educational mandate to provide forums for conversations on matters vital to Canadians.

The Walrus Foundation produces The Walrus magazine, the most awarded publication in Canada, as well as producing content at thewalrus.ca, on Walrus TV, and on stages from coast to coast to coast.

The Walrus Talks format features a line-up of speakers for seven minutes each on various themes relating to a single topic. Each event offers lively, thoughtful, inspiring, riveting, smart, new thinking from scientists, writers, performers, scholars, and leaders of business and the arts.


About The United Church Observer:

The United Church Observer is an award-winning publication focusing on faith, justice and ethical living. In addition to multiple church press awards, in 2014 The Observer won a gold, a silver and two honourable mentions for editorial excellence at the National Magazine Awards. As an independently incorporated magazine, The United Church Observer is affiliated with The United Church of Canada but is not an official voice of the denomination. The United Church Observer is proud to be the oldest continuously published magazine in North America, and the second oldest in the English speaking world. Find the Observer online at www.ucobserver.org and follow @UC_Observer.
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