‘The Dialogue between Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches’ Book Presentation by Christine Chaillot
Renowned author and editor Christine Chaillot from Geneva, Switzerland, who has written several books and articles on the life and spirituality of the Oriental Orthodox Churches, as well as on the dialogue between the Oriental and Eastern Orthodox Churches, will be presenting her latest book at Trinity College on Tuesday 14 March at 7pm. All are welcome.
Resurrection of Logos: Panel Discussion on the Divine, the Individual, and Finding our Bearings in a Postmodern World
Featuring faculty from the Orthodox School of Theology together with special guests, Dr Jordan Peterson, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Toronto, and Jonathan Pageau, Orthodox icon carver and editor of Orthodox Arts Journal.
Please note the change in venue to Sheraton Hall, Wycliffe College (right across the road from Trinity College).
Orthodox Christian Mission in the World Today - with special guest Fr Daniel Byantoro
At our Orthodox Christian Fellowship meeting on Tuesday 1 November, at 7pm, Join Fr Daniel Byantoro, an Orthodox Christian priest overseeing mission work in the world's largest Islamic nation, to hear his remarkable story and the ways the timeless Christian Gospel is changing the lives of everyday people in Indonesia.
Lecture: Street Power in Byzantium: Why Were the Emperors so Scared?
Professor Anthony Kaldellis, from the Department of Classics, Ohio State University, will be presenting a special lecture entitled "Street Power in Byzantium: Why Were the Emperors so Scared?" on Friday 8 April at 7pm in the Campbell Conference Room, Munk School of Global Affairs (1 Devonshire Place).
Divinity Students Retreat: Lent, Easter, Pentecost: Our common life in Christ
Registration for the "Lent, Easter, Pentecost: Our common life in Christ" retreat for students of divinity at Trinity College is now open.
The retreat will be held from Thursday 10 March to Saturday 12 March at Crieff Hills Community in Puslinch, ON (just outside Cambridge). Most of the body of the retreat will occur on Friday 11 March enabling people to attend either overnight or as day participants.
The retreat will be led by Fr Geoffrey Ready, co-director of the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College.