Berkeley, CA, September 03, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Unity of Berkeley is hosting a second annual Interfaith Symposium entitled The Unity of All Traditions: Where We Connect and Intersect on Sunday, September 9th at 2215 Prince Street at Fulton Street in Berkeley. Opening Ceremonies are at 1:00pm and Presentations and Discussions are 1:30-3:45pm. This symposium gathers together representatives from different World Wisdom Traditions to share how we are all connected, finding the intersecting points of belief and sharing the deep similarities found in all traditions. The impetus here is to engender community and an inner global view. The event is free. All are welcome.
We all know how we differ, so this symposium is specifically designed to discover the ways we are similar. The traditions and panelist booked for this year are: Judaic Tradition, Kevin Morgan from Chochmat HaLev; African (Ga) Tradition, Kokomon Clottey from The Attitudinal Healing Connection of Oakland; Taoist Tradition: Master Alex Feng from The Taoist Center Zhi Dao Guan; First Nation Tradition (Six Nations), Patricia St.Onge from Seven Generations Consulting, Inc.; Unity Tradition, Rev. DeeAnn Weir Morency from Unity of Berkeley.
For further information about the 2nd Annual Interfaith Symposium, The Unity of All Traditions: Where we connect and intersect, visit www.unityberkeley.org, call Rosana at 510-387-7797 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.