SEI timetable and workshops announced

 — June 26, 200726 juin 2007

The 2007 Summer Ecumenical Institute entitled “Making Peace in the Household of God” is scheduled for June 26 to 29 in Saskatoon. As final preparations are underway, the final timetable has been released along with a list of optional workshops. The conference begins on Tuesday evening with an ecumenical worship service at St. Paul’s Cathedral at 7 p.m. Dr. David Brubaker, one of our keynote speakers, will preach the sermon. The general public is invited to attend this service.

The workshops will be held on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. SEI registrants will be invited to select from among the workshops that are offered on various ecumenical topics. Dr. Brubaker will lead the participants in the plenary discussions on Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday morning, the Rev. Dale Lang will speak on Forgiveness and Peacebuilding.

The following workshops are offered:

Applying Spiritual Resources in Conflict Management and Resolution
Dr. Bill Blackmon and team

Conflict and Personality Types
Helen Smith-McIntyre

Intentional Interim Pastorates: Helping Churches in Transition
Pastor Ken Bechtel

Aboriginal Healing Circles: One Model for Peacebuilding
Harry Lafond & Howard Cameron

Advanced skills for intervening in high intensity conflicts
Dr. David Brubaker

“Living With It”: how to be a force for good when conflict can’t be resolved
Dr. Jim Arnold

Service of Lament and Hope
Pauline Steinmann, Leo English, Jerry Buhler

The State of Current Ecumenical Dialogues
Adèle Brodeur, Dr. Cameron Harder, Dr. Helmut Harder, Nicholas Jesson

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