Buddhist Education Foundation for Canada presents, the Fourth and Final Buddhist Chaplaincy Roundtable:
Exploring the essential components of a Buddhist rehabilitation program and ways to deliver them to Canadian prisons
Come listen to our speakers and join this meaningful conversation…
Ven. Roshi Taigen Henderson, Abbot of the Toronto Zen Centre http://torontozen.org/
He is a regular visiting teacher at three Ontario prisons.
Ven. Master Hueiguang, Abbot of International Bodhisattva Sangha http://www.ibstemple.org/
His Sangha has spearheaded a growing Buddhist service program that has established 43 Buddhist libraries and is supporting 37 Buddhist groups in California state prisons.
Rev. Dr. John Funelas, full-time Chaplain at Warkworth Institution, a medium security federal penitentiary http://www.csc-scc.gc.ca/institutions/001002-3012-eng.shtml He is also the liaison Chaplain for the inmate’s Buddhist Group at Warkworth.
Professor Pam Couture, Jane and Geoffrey Chair of Church and Community at Emmanuel College, University of Toronto http://www.emmanuel.utoronto.ca/Page21.aspx
Date: Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Time: 7:00 pm
Place: Chapel, 3rd Floor, Emmanuel College, University of Toronto
75 Queen’s Park Crescent (near Museum Subway exit)
Please register for this event by emailing us at BuddhistEduFoundation@rogers.com
For further information, please call 416-910-4858
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