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REA LGBTQ+-Allies Working Group – Fall Gathering, Dec 2

The LGBTQ+ – Allies Working Group will be having a Fall gathering on Dec 2(Saturday), 9.00am-11.00am (Eastern Time). Sheryl A. M. Metzgner will be sharing her research entitled ‘Homesteading’ on theJourney of LGBTQ Spirituality: Movements of Making a Home for the Self.  Sherylis … Continue reading

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REA Dinner @ AAR

There is still time to sign up for the Wabash-sponsored dinner gathering at the AAR/SBL Annual Meeting in San Antonio next month. See details in the announcement below. Reservation responses by November 1st appreciated. REA Dinner @ AAR

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Online Forum on Youth Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary

Topic: Calling: The Future of Youth Ministry Date: Monday, October 9, 9 am- 3 pm (EST) This forum is designed for Christian adults who are in a relationship with teenagers and who want to work together to support and nurture … Continue reading

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The launch of WRERU: the World Religions and Education Research Unit, at Bishop Grosseteste University

WRERU is the World Religions and Education Research Unit, at Bishop Grosseteste University. This event is its official launch. It is also the ‘launch’ (the inaugural professorial lectures) of both Julian Stern and Leslie Francis, and the launch of John … Continue reading

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Int’l Assoc. for Children’s Spirituality

The International Association for Children’s Spirituality is meeting July 20-21, and July 24-25, and participation is FREE! Follow the link to see the schedule of sessions, papers, and pre-recorded presentations. Register for live online discussions by emailing your name, institutional … Continue reading

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And we begin!

REA2023 begins today. We are so excited by all of the papers, collaborative sessions, posters, and plenaries that await our learning on the theme “Whose children are they? Responsibilities for religious formation of a new generation. Check out the schedule … Continue reading

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2024 Nordic conference on RE

The 17th Nordic Conference of Religious Education [NCRE] will explore ‘the other’ in RE. The theme includes, but is not limited to, discussing the multicultural state, minority voices, otherification and exotification, using the perspective of the majority to describe a … Continue reading

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Longing for an in-person REA?

You can have the best of all worlds! Join in the online annual meeting — live translations offered, great papers, and more — and do so while also gathering in person with colleagues in Tulsa, OK at the same time. … Continue reading

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Annual Meeting Plenaries Announced!

We are pleased to share many additional details about the primary plenaries for our upcoming —July 10-14—annual meeting. You can find all of the details on the conference website, and here are direct links to each of the plenary descriptions: … Continue reading

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Join in person in Tulsa, OK!

The REA Board is working to support in-person gatherings that are more regional in nature, and REA VP Anne Walker has organized one such gathering at Phillips Seminary in Tulsa, OK. The gathering will coincide with REA’s annual meeting, and … Continue reading

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