Canadian Magazine Industry News
25 February 2016,     TORONTO
The United Church Observer Presents: The Walrus Talks Spirituality
The United Church Observer, a faith-based magazine in Toronto, is holding an event with The Walrus to discuss faith, culture, community and the role of spirituality in secular society.

 “The Walrus Foundation is committed to creating conversations on the big issues facing Canadians,” Shelley Ambrose, executive director of the foundation, said. “We’re thrilled to bring the topic of spirituality to the stage and to discuss the changing role religion and faith play in today's society.”
The Walrus Talks event will bring together speakers including: Nicole Brooks (filmmaker/performer), Natalie Bull (National Trust for Canada), Lewis Cardinal (Indigenous education), Timothy Caulfield (author), Joan Garson (Holy Blossom Temple), Michael Ingham (retired bishop/theologian) and Gretta Vosper (minister).

“We’re proud to be partnering with The Walrus for this important national conversation,” David Wilson, editor-publisher of The United Church Observer, said. “As a publication we continuously challenge readers to consider contemporary issues of faith, justice, and ethical living. We’re excited to bring the conversation into a new arena and hear what Canadians across the country have to say about spirituality’s place in their lives.”

Tickets are currently on sale for the event, set to take place on April 4 at 7 pm at Trinity St.Paul United Church. It will be streamed live on and for those unable to attend.
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