Good evening list!
After scheduling conflicts with potential speakers, our hosts at
Wellington Breweries and then website issues, we are at long last in
a position to announce our next speaker and a date for our next
feature in our lecture series.
We have been saving this special speaker for a special occasion!
Methodies, Levellers and Thunkers
Religion and the War of 1812 in Upper Canada
The 41st Regiment of Foot Military Living History Group is pleased
to present the sixth instalment in the popular 41st Regiment Lecture
Series featuring Dr. Raymond Hobbs, academic, historian and re-
Dr. Hobbs is a retired Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament
Interpretation, McMaster University. Dr. Hobbs has a special
interest in the relation of War and Religion; a subject on which he
has published many writings. Dr. Hobbs has a passion for the history
associated with the War of 1812 and is actively engaged in a number
of research and writing projects including aspects of religion
during the period of the war. Ray Hobbs is a highly regarded member
of the War of 1812 re-enacting community and has held the position
of Chair and Field Commander for the 41st Regiment of Foot Military
Living History Group until the conclusion of the 2007 season.
Join us to hear Ray speak of the place for religion in the War of
1812, particularly as the conflict raged in Upper Canada.
The lecture is to be held at the Iron Duke House at the Wellington
Brewery in Guelph, Ontario located at 950 Woodlawn Road West on
Friday, November 30th, 2007.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Lecture commences at 7:30 p.m.
Speaker will host a Q&A at 8:30
Social commences at 9:00
There will be a nominal $10.00 fee to support the evening.
Tickets will sell fast! Please take the time to pre-register to
save your seat.
Seats can be reserved by emailing:
or going to our website at:
The 41st Regiment is grateful to the support of the Wellington
Brewery and Dr. Hobbs.