Warwick. 0.00 – 0.00
A very successful Interfaith prayer service took place via Zoom on Thursday in October in which people from different faiths gave a brief presentation which included readings from their faith perspective and Holy Scriptures on Creation. One common theme that…
Activities calendar (Online activities)
The calendar below shows activity information linked to Inter Faith Week 2020. Many 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 8 November
Warwick. 0.00 – 0.00
St Denys Evington LE5 6FA. 0.00 – Sunday 15 November 0.00
Some of the participants in this autumn's online Footpaths course share why caring for the planet matters to them. Those participating have a range of faiths and worldviews. Photographs to accompany the video are of the beautiful Evington area.
Warwick (online). 0.00 – Sunday 15 November 0.00
A very successful Interfaith prayer service took place via Zoom on Thursday 15th October 2020, in which people from different faiths gave a brief presentation from their faith perspective and Holy Scriptures on Creation.
For National Inter Faith week,…
NW9 5UX (virtual event). 11.00 – Sunday 15 November 13.00
Dr Natubhai Shah MBE and the Trustees of the Jain Network are pleased to invite you to join us for the following virtual event. On this occasion we will present food parcels to the local food bank, donated by our…
Monday 9 November
Birmingham Council of Faiths, B5 6DR; The Bridge at Waterloo, SE1 8TY (Online). 6.30 – 7.30
This webinar explores how grassroots communities, especially faith groups, can contribute to more ambitious climate action in the run-up to the UN Conference (COP26) in Glasgow 2021. Our speakers - Shahin Ashraf (Islamic Relief Worldwide) and Dr Malcolm Dick (Centre…
University of Southampton, 41 University Rd, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1TL. 17.00 – 18.30
An Interfaith Dialogue on the theme of 'Saving the Earth' with representatives from different faith groups from the University of Southampton Faith and Reflection Centre.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration and zoom details …
Our Faith, Our Planet, Our Challenge - Caring for God’s Creation - the Manchester Climate Change Conference
Manchester . 18.00 – 20.00
Online interfaith environment conference on Monday evening, as part of Inter Faith Week. Sessions at the conference include Caring for God's Creation, Community Engagement in the Environment, Environmental Racism, a Cycle Workshop, How Art and Culture is helping bring Awareness…
Swindon (online). 19.00 – 21.00
The Swindon Christian Community will be hosting a talk on Faith and The Environment.…
Online Event - Register via Eventbrite. 20.00 – 21.00
Hope for the Future and Faith for the Climate are the hosts of this event, bringing together constituents and MPs from across the UK to mark the previous start date of COP26, and reflect on the potential of the next…
Wednesday 11 November
Woking (online). 11.00 – 12.30
Would it be better for our health and the health of the planet if we gave up eating and using animal products completely?
Bridget Biddell, of Hampton Estate Farms; Monique Parker, a nutritional therapist, WWF; Environmental Manager…
Thursday 12 November
Online. 12.15 – 14.15
Moderator: Ms. Ravinder Kaur Nijjar, Chair Religions for Peace UK Women of Faith Network, RfP European Women of Faith Network
Facilitator: Ms. Rebecca Bellamy, (University of Winchester, UKWFN-RfP, ECRL-RfP)
Speaker: Dr. Husna Ahmad, CEO of Global One 2015,Visionary…
Preston (online). 18.30 – 20.30
With guest speakers: Mr Ian Holland, Senior UN Advisor and Mr Les Gornall FRCB
There will be plenty of time for questions and comments
UK (online). 18.50 – 20.00
Faiths4Change will be joined by the Bishop Beverly Mason, Bishop of Warrington, who will open our event with reflections on Community and Eco action in the current climate. Operation Noah will share their faith-motivated, science-informed, hope-inspired approach (https://operationnoah.org/) and we'll…
Saturday 14 November
Belfast. 11.00 – 13.00
Chair - Professor John Barry QUB
Keynote speaker - Alastair McIntosh – activist, writer and academic – will
speak about the Climate Crisis, a faith-based understanding of the environment and
our relationship with it.
Sunday 15 November
Birmingham, via Zoom. 14.00 – 15.15
Footsteps for a Low Carbon Future will be holding a Tread Lightly event on Food and Waste issues.
Zoom programme with participants from different faiths
Please register through www.footstepsbcf.org.uk