JCM Conference 2021 ONLINE ONLY How does the time of isolation change our ideas about religious community?
8 - 14 February 2021 online
The pandemic, regardless of whether one counts it as the most relevant crisis of the time or criticises the measures taken to fight it as exaggerated, is having an impact on our everyday life everywhere. In the last months the isolation has led to a changed sense of time, to new types of social contacts and especially for people of faith, to a rethinking in areas of worship, spiritual welfare and coping with contingency. The pandemic is now testing the foundation of every Abrahamic religion, the community. The 2021 conference will attempt to discover how this crisis challenged and will continue to challenge life and works of our religious communities and how we can sustain ourselves and our dialogue. What will we need to leave behind and what can we learn from and with one another?
JCM Conference 2020 Religious Responses to Terror and Trauma
Our 47th conference explored the religious responses to terror and trauma. If you missed the conference or need a reminder about the 2020 conference, you can find details on this website. We look forward to welcome you in 2021.