3 Day Online Discovery Event
Oct 14, 21, 28, 2020
All sessions are recorded. You can watch them in the evening, on the weekend or spread it out over multiple days.
3 Days, 3 Religions
You will learn lots! Here's what it includes:
Mornings: Three talks that provide background on each tradition. Learn about history, beliefs and practices.
Afternoons: Three interviews with Guides from each tradition. The Guide will speak briefly and then we'll open for Q&A.
Extra Sessions: We will have a chance for group discussion to process all that you're learning, and an extended question session with Brian.
In Addition: You will get:
An electronic coursepack that contains extra information
Summary pages of the class presentations
Pre-class videos to watch. Short clips totaling perhaps 15 mins per class to show ritual, etc.
All sessions recorded and available for a week afterwards to fit your schedule.
All sessions will be conducted via Zoom.
Brian is a charismatic speaker, full of knowledge & humor. Getting a glimpse inside each faith is mind expanding. If you love knowledge for its own sake, attend.
It was the best lecture on Hinduism that I have ever heard. I now understand why I had a difficult time learning about it growing up.
Brian is a gifted and engaging teacher; but beyond that, it's obvious he loves world religions and the people that practice them.
Instructor: Brian Carwana
Our Three Guides
Catherine Starr is an elder in several Pagan and Wiccan traditions. She leads a Gardnerian coven and is a recognized leader in diverse Pagan groups. As a former First Officer of Covenant of the Goddess (CoG), she represents CoG and Pagan Federation International (PFI) in many interfaith settings. During the 2018 Parliament of World Religions in Toronto, she served on the Toronto Board, acted as Volunteer Coordinator Chair, and coordinated the event's Pagan presence. Since 2010, she has been the coordinator for the University of Toronto Campus Chaplains Association and the Wiccan Chaplain since 2007. Her play, "Oracles from the Living Tarot" has been performed annually since 1998.
Dr. Jaspreet Kaur (She/Her) is a Professor and Program Coordinator in the Child and Youth Care program at Humber College in Toronto. A community organizer and educator, her practice involves radical youth work with underserved populations across North America. Jaspreet serves on the Board of Directors of the Sikh Feminist Research Institute and the National Board of the World Sikh Organization. She is also the editor of the Relational Child and Youth Care Practice Journal as well as the co-host of the podcast #AskCanadianSikhs.
Bruxy Cavey is the senior pastor at The Meeting House, a church for people who aren’t into church. The Meeting House is a multisite Anabaptist congregation in Ontario, Canada where thousands of people connect with God and each other through a widespread house church network, Sunday services, and online interactions. (You can learn more about The Meeting House at www.themeetinghouse.com.) Bruxy is also author of the bestselling book, The End of Religion and (re)union: an overview of “The Good News of Jesus for Seekers, Saints, and Sinners.” Bruxy, his wife, Nina, and three daughters live in Hamilton, Ontario.
Dr. Jaspreet Kaur
Early Bird Price until Oct 2