The Conference always runs from Friday night through Sunday noon on a weekend in May. Each conference features a keynote speaker, who delivers four or five lectures over the weekend. Past speakers have included distinguished lecturers and authors from Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment in Virginia Beach, Virginia, as well as many other internationally-known speakers who have addressed our conferences on stimulating topics related in some way to the Edgar Cayce readings. Conference themes cover such subjects as healing, past lives, reincarnation, Atlantis, prophesy, life purpose, and more.
A very popular feature of all the annual conferences are the 90-minute workshops: attendees get to choose two 90-minute workshops from among the many which are offered at each conference. Many of the workshop presenters are professionals in their fields, and all have donated their time for this work.
Each weekend includes several meditation periods and pre-breakfast warmups for early birds.
Saturday evenings often include a film, a light-hearted presentation, singing, food, and a general time for conferees to meet and mix.
Conference attendees are housed in the adjacent St. Lawrence College Residence dorm rooms. Each room has two twin beds, a private bath, and available Internet. Meals are served in the main College Cafeteria area.
At each conference the ECC store has many books on Edgar Cayce and related subjects for sale. Astrological Charts, CDs, DVDs, jewellry and gift items are also available. ECC members receive a 10 percent discount on Higher Shelf sales.
This is a table of used, donated books which are available inexpensively. All proceds support the CFC Scholarship Fund.
Sale proceeds from this table of donated items, gift certificates and surprise packages are also used to support the CFC Scholarship Fund.
ECC is incorporated in the province of Ontario as a non-profit organization. It is run by a Management Team under the supervision of the Board of Directors. At the annual AGM, members of ECC are presented with a summary of the year’s activities, they approve the budget, and they elect new Board members.