Religion and Belief: Finding Ways to Observe Religious, Indigenous or Spiritual Practices in the Time of COVID-19
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As the COVID-19 pandemic persists into the Fall and continues to limit access to places of worship and faith settings, many Canadians have had to change the way they practice their religious, Indigenous or spiritual beliefs.
Join the Centre for Equity and Inclusion, Sheridan Student Union, and Sheridan students and employees in a discussion about finding alternative ways to observe religious, Indigenous or spiritual beliefs at Sheridan and in our community during this unprecedented time. Topics will include:
- How are students and employees at Sheridan taking this opportunity to pray, reflect, or renew their individual beliefs during this time?
- What are the impacts of physical distancing on prayer and other creed-based observances?
- How can Sheridan communities of faith creatively stay connected during this unique time using new or adapted ways of involving individuals?
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Sanderson, Margaret; Williams, Elijah; Nishimura, Alyse; Haroon, Hafssah; and Centre for Equity and Inclusion, "Religion and Belief: Finding Ways to Observe Religious, Indigenous or Spiritual Practices in the Time of COVID-19" (2020). Webinars. 9.
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