The globe’s largest and oldest interfaith gathering, Parliament of the World’s Religions will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, in 15 – 19 October 2015.
What: The 2015 Parliament of the World’s Religions
When: October 15 – 19, 2015
Where: Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
The Parliament is the oldest, the largest, and the most inclusive gathering of people of all faith and traditions.
The first Parliament took place in 1893. Since, this historic event has taken place in Chicago, USA ~ Cape Town, South Africa ~ Barcelona, Spain ~ Melbourne, Australia – and now in Salt Lake City, Utah!
Who Should Attend?
If you care for religions and nations working together in harmony with each other for the good of humanity, you should attend.
You must attend…
- …if you are concerned about wars, terrorism, and hate,
- …if you care for creation or are worried about climate change,
- …if you are troubled by the widening wealth gap and wasteful consumption
…Because there will be Nobel Laureates, experts, religious leaders, master trainers and activists at the Parliament who will share their opinions with you in panels, workshops, and plenaries on these issues.
You will also find:
Trainings in dialogue, interfaith activism, fundraising, and organizing
World-class religious music, films, exhibits and performances
And shop ethnic, international, religious books & things
October 15-19, 2015
Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Save $25 when you register by June 30, 2015!
Join thousands of faith and interfaith leaders and activists from more than 80 countries, representing more than 50 faith, and spiritual traditions in this transformational event. The Parliament is the summit of interfaith networks. Join us for five days of listening, sharing, practical insight, training and networking.
You can register for as low as $150 to attend if you qualify and do it today.
Pricing will go up to $550 if you register later. However, right now, you can access advance discounts open now for families, spouses, groups (like congregations, university classes, peace organizations), individuals, and children, too. The Parliament is committed to involving families and children in the Interfaith movement.
Register online here