Theme: Keeping Faith Alive in Contemporary Society
Scholars from 8 theological perspectives
Multi Faith Presentations and Songs
30th Anniversary Celebration - World Religions Conference in Canada
Waterloo, Ontario, October 16, 2010
WATERLOO, Ontario October 14, 2010 /Canada NewsWire/ - In a society driven by media, high technology, scientific advancements and entertainment - the conference will explore how different faiths can strive to keep faith alive.
The World Religions Conference (WRC) has been serving for the last 30 years in Canada as an invaluable means for bringing different religious and ethnic communities together in a manner which breeds tolerance, peace, cooperation, and understanding amongst the different religions within our society. This event is now the largest Multi-faith events of its kind in Canada.
The event is expected to draw several hundred from the region. Distinguished speakers will be representing Christianity, Judaism, Aboriginals, Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Humanism (Atheists and Agnostics) and Islam at the conference. Organizations will present poems and songs and set up an Exhibition.
Several Local, Provincial and National leaders of Canada, are scheduled to deliver greetings.
Complimentary Lunch and dinner. Free Admission. For details visit www.worldreligionsconference.org