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Crossing Cultures Together explores the rich ethnic and racial diversity of the church and is a collaboration between Knox College, its Centre for Asian-Canadian Theology and Ministry, and Justice Ministries (Life and Mission Agency) of The Presbyterian Church in Canada.

Join us as we celebrate the 10th CCT on May 5, 2014 for Journeying Together Toward Transformation!

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Crossing Cultures Together X - Journey Together Toward Transformation

Friends,

Come and Celebrate with us. Our JOURNEY, Crossing Cultures Together! Not because of what we have done, But because of what has been promised: TRANSFORMATION!!!
-Crossing Cultures Together X Planning Team

Crossing Cultures Together explores the rich ethnic and racial diversity of the church and is a collaboration between Knox College, its Centre for Asian-Canadian Theology and Ministry, and Justice Ministries (Life and Mission Agency) of The Presbyterian Church in Canada.

Following the themes of journey and transformation, three speakers will offer reflect on the Gospel of John, chapter 4, Jesus and the Woman of Samaria:

  • Dr. Andrew Sung Park Professor of Theology,  United Theological Seminary
  • Ms. Lori Ransom Senior Church Liaison,  Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
  • The Rev. Canon Dr. Isaac Kawuki-Mukasa Global Relations Officer for Africa,  Anglican Church of Canada

Registration for this year’s event is now open. You may do so online or by completing the registration form on the Crossing Cultures Together X – Brochure and mailing it (with payment) to Knox College.

We hope that you can join us!



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Crossing Cultures Together Archives

Crossing Cultures Together IX - Minds Matter: New Canadians, Emotional Wellness, and the Role of the Church- Monday, May 13, 2013 • 3:00 - 8:00 PM • Knox College Keynote: Understanding Mental Health and Adjustment Experiences of Immigrant Newcomers Dr. Ben Kuo Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Windsor For more information or to register, please call 416.978.0371 or email knoxasian.centre@utoronto.ca. www.knox.utoronto.ca/crossing-cultures

Crossing Cultures Together IX – Minds Matter: New Canadians, Emotional Wellness, and the Role of the Church

KEYNOTE: Understanding Mental Health and Adjustment Experiences of Immigrant Newcomers Over 1.2 million Toronto residents were born outside of Canada. Immigration is a life-changing event that can have a profound impact on a person’s physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing. Inhis presentation Dr. Ben Kuo will discuss what psychologists have learned about the mental health challenges new Canadians face and how church members can support newcomers in their congregations.

Listen to Dr. Kuo’s presentation>>

Read the CCTIX Proceedings>>

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CROSSING CULTURES TOGETHER VIII OPENING OUR DOORS & OUR MINDS: UNDERSTANDING THE EXPERIENCE OF NEW IMMIGRANTS AND RESPONDING IN FAITH Saturday, May 26, 2012 - 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Crossing Cultures Together VIII – Opening our Doors and Our Minds: Understanding the Experience of New Immigrants and Responding in Faith

KEYNOTE: Understanding New Canadians in Canada

with Dr. Samuel Noh.

Listen to Dr. Noh’s presenation>>

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