Activities calendar (Online activities)

The calendar below shows activity information linked to Inter Faith Week 2022. Some activities this year will take place virtually, and an icon identifies these on the list below. You can also filter online/ socially distanced in-person activities using the controls above.

  • Sunday 13 November

    Inter Faith Week

    St Thomas' Hospital, Guy's Hospital- London SE1 7EH. 12.00 – Sunday 20 November 16.00
    St Thomas' Hospital aim to run internal inter faith week events across the 4 acute hospitals & 20 community sites. …

  • Monday 14 November

    Inter Faith Week: Exhibition and Panel

    Endeavour House, IP1 2BX . 9.00 – Friday 18 November 17.00
    Suffolk County Council are taking part in Interfaith Week. We have been working in co-production with the local Multi-Faith Agency to create an exhibition display. This will include posters, artifacts, books and the board game 'Diversity'.

    We are also creating videos where people will talk a bit about their faith and this will be shared throughout the council.

    There will also be a panel talk where we will invite staff over lunchtime on 16th Nov to come to talk to people of different faiths about their religion/belief.
    We will be providing quizzes as a way of interacting with staff. …

    Inter Faith event - at the Financial Ombudsman Service

    E14 9SR. 13.00 – 14.00
    To celebrate this important week, we’re holding our own Inter Faith event, hosted by our Muslim Network, as part of our commitment to our diversity and inclusion objectives. We’ve invited all the faith networks at the organisation (including the Christian Network, the Sikh Network, the Jewish Network and the Hindu Network, and members of our Muslim Network will be hosting the event) to take part in a discussion about religion and what it means to us. Our aim is to bring together people of all faiths and beliefs and to celebrate our similarities but also to value and appreciate what makes us all different and unique.…

  • Thursday 17 November

    Online diversity conference for KS1/2 on the theme of ‘Home’

    Kirklees, HD1. 9.00 – 17.00
    An online inter faith event for primary schools. Two sessions will enable younger and older primary-aged pupils to meet local faith representatives and find out how they practice faith in their daily lives.…

    Online Talk by Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg

    PL21 0PN. 18.00 – 19.00
    Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg is a regular speaker on BBC Radio 4’s Prayer for the Day. He is Rabbi of the New North London Synagogue and has taken a leading role in the development of the Masorti Movement for traditional non-fundamentalist Judaism in England. In 2008 he was appointed Senior Rabbi of Masorti Judaism in the UK. He is a President of the Council of Christians and Jews and a member of the Council of Imams and Rabbis. He is a co-founder of Eco-Synagogue and deeply engaged in environmental issues and is closely involved in supporting refugees. Further interests include pastoral work, hospice care, and literature, especially poetry. He teaches and speaks widely. …

    North Wales Interfaith Forum

    Zoom, LL11. 19.00 – 21.00
    All faith/belief representatives in North Wales and anyone interested in connecting with people of different faiths/beliefs are welcome to join Glyndwr Chaplaincy for the third annual North Wales Interfaith Forum. …

  • Saturday 19 November

    Interfaith Celebration for Animals

    PL21 0PN. 19.00 – 21.00
    This year’s Interfaith Celebration for Animals will be celebrating Ahimsa and Extending the Golden Rule to all Life and will be led by the Animal Interfaith Alliances' Chair, Rev. Feargus O’Connor. The celebration will include talks and readings from all the major faiths concerning our care for all of God’s Creation, and will also celebrate the 200th birthday of social reformer, suffragist and anti-vivisection campaigner, Frances Power Cobbe, the founder of the BUAV and NAVS.

  • Sunday 20 November

    Inter Faith Week Celebration

    ME1. 18.00 – 20.00
    A medley of presentations to celebrate Inter Faith Week. …

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