Salt Lake Symposium sneak peek

Want to know what we’ve lined up for the 2010 Salt Lake Sunstone Symposium 4-7 August?

It’s all right here in the Preliminary Program.

Here are some of the highlights:

4 August 2010

Wednesday workshop sessions 9:00 am – 5:30 pm

  • Navigating an LDS faith crisis (John Dehlin)
  • Just what is a personal essay? (Phyllis Barber)
  • Yoga Asana + Using Essential Oils (Brent Corcoran & Amy Clark)
  • Navigating marriage when one of you loses an LDS testimony (John Dehlin)
  • The Enduring Principles: The Personality of the Community of Christ (Susan Skoor)
  • Meditation for Mormons (John Kesler)

Smith-Pettit opening lecture at 8:00 pm

The Fate Of New Religious Movements When They Are No Longer New: A Conversation Between Jon Butler and Jan Shipps

This lecture is FREE and open to the public.

5 August 2010 – Thursday

Concurrent sessions 8:00 am – 6:15 pm

Evening Plenary session at 8:00 pm

Double Feature: Performances by Sister Dottie S. Dixon and Mr. Deity

Don’t miss this LOL extravaganza! Single session admission available for the performance.

6 August 2010 – Friday

Concurrent sessions 8:00 am – 6:15 pm

Evening Plenary session at 8:00 pm

Pillars of My Faith, featuring Eric Samuelsen and Tracy McKay

7 August 2010 – Saturday

Concurrent sessions 8:00 am – 6:15 pm

Banquet session at 7:30 pm

LDS Women in the Twentieth Century: Witnesses to a Changing Church

Featuring Claudia Bushman, Mormon Studies students Lisa T. Clayton, Lauren Kennard, and Caroline Kline, and their and findings from the Claremont Oral History Project documenting the lives of Mormon women.