Circle Sanctuary at 2023 Parliament of the World's Religions
The Parliament of the World's Religions is the world's oldest, largest, most diverse, and inclusive global interfaith conference, bringing together over 10,000 people from more than 80 nations and more than 200 religious and spiritual traditions and paths.
Today's international interfaith movement has its origins in the first Parliament of the World's Religions, held in Chicago as part of the Columbia Exposition in 1893. The Parliament re-emerged in Chicago one hundred years later and continues to play a key role in bringing together religious leaders, spiritual practitioners, authors, scholars, philosophers, government leaders, entertainers, and others to share perspectives and collaborate for a healthier, more loving, just, peaceful, and sustainable world.
The Parliament's 2023 Convening is returning to Chicago for its 130th Anniversary.
Circle Sanctuary has been among the religious and spiritual organizations supporting the Parliament of the World's Religions since its centennial re-emergence in 1993.
Circle Sanctuary ministers and community members have been among the presenters and participants at past Parliament convenings: Chicago, Illinois USA (1993); Cape Town, South Africa (1999); Barcelona, Spain (2004); Sydney, Australia (2009); Salt Lake City, Utah USA (2015); Toronto, Ontario Canada (2018); Online (2021).
Follow Circle Sanctuary's participation in the 2023 Parliament of the World's Religion on social media via our hashtag: #CirclePOWR
Presentations by Circle Sanctuary Delegates & Events co-sponsored by Circle Sanctuary
Tarot as a Healing Tool
Global Voices: Women Podcasting
Pagans at the Parliament Reception
Weaving the Magic of Connection through Voice: Pagan-style Facilitated, Inclusive, Group Chanting
Fighting for Freedom: New Moon Ritual
Weaving the Rhythms of Nature Through Ourselves: Pagan Chants & Dances of Universal Peace
Bright Brigid Blessings Meditation
Geomancy: The Interfaith Divinatory System
Revisited, Recycled & Revamped: How Pagans Use Myths for New Stories that Matter
Pagan Voices of Chicago
Festivals of the Dead: Dia de Muertos & Samhain
Faith, Disability, & Dogs
Ceremony for Planet Earth
Red Tent Crone Ceremony
Indigenous & Pagan Practices, Differences & Similarities