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Theology in the City conference

Theology in the City is a bi-annual conference exploring contemporary issues through a multidisciplinary lens. Activities include lectures, roundtables, art installations, performance, storytelling and more. The conference is always free of cost and open to the public. 

a church in downtown Montreal at a busy intersection Caroline Durocher (Flickr Creative Commons)

2022 edition

Legacy: Wisdom, Experience, Knowledge

September 26 - 30

The third edition of Theology in the City brought together keynote speakers, scholars in theology and other fields, and graduate students to explore the theme of wisdom, experience and knowledge.

Keynote speaker Adele Reinhartz
The audience attends the Theology in the City conference in 2019

2019 edition

The focus was on resilience, hope, suspicion and fear and the ways in which these manifest in our urban areas.

Learn more about the themes in the 2019 edition:

Theology in the City conference 2017

2017 edition

The focus was on connecting community to the diverse and interdisciplinary world of theological thought in a series of interconnected events that explore how theological thought impacts our society.

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