Activities calendar

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.

  • Monday 31 October

    Epping Forest District Museum - Faiths in the Forest Online Exhibition

    39 – 41 Sun Street Waltham Abbey EN9 1EL. 10.00 – Saturday 17 December 16.00
    Epping Forest District Museum will be holding an online exhibition on its website https://www.eppingforestdc.gov.uk/museum, which will also be displayed digitally at the museum, allowing visitors to learn more faiths within the Epping Forest District.

    Ahead of the exhibition, the Museum has been working to identify gaps in its photograph collection and working to add some reflecting the Jewish lived experience within the Epping Forest District. It is working alongside Chabad Lubavitch Buckhurst Hill (https://www.chabadonthehill.co.uk/) and other members of the Jewish community to collect photographs, including photographs of Jewish holidays and menorah lightings throughout the district, to ensure the collection remains relevant and reflective of the district's community. …

  • Tuesday 8 November

    Coffee, Conversation and Inter Faith Quiz

    Mahon's Hotel, 12 Mill St, Irvinestown, Enniskillen BT94 1GS. 10.00 – 11.30
    In recognition of Inter Faith Week, Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, in partnership with Fermanagh and Omagh Interfaith group, invite you to join them for coffee and conversation. You will also have the opportunity to learn about other faith traditions by taking part in an inter faith quiz in a relaxed welcoming environment.…

  • Wednesday 9 November

    Inter Faith Stalls/Display

    Leicester College, Freeman's Park Campus, Welford Road, Leicester LE2 7LW
    Leicester College will be holding an Inter Faith Display at its three major campuses. This will include faith and beliefs and how students can contact the College's Multi Faith Chaplaincy service and engage in events, celebrations and tutorials that run throughout the academic year.…

  • Thursday 10 November

    Remembrance Peace Event for All Faiths

    The Braithwaite Hall, The Town Hall, Katharine Street, Croydon CR0 1NX. 19.30 – 21.00
    A Remembrance event to recognise the people of all faiths that fought in the World Wars. Input from the Mayor and the Civic Mayor of Croydon, the Lord Lieutenant of Croydon, and faith leaders from Croydon. …

  • Saturday 12 November

    Trees, Faith and Life

    Birkenhead Central Library, Borough Road, Birkenhead CH41 2XB
    This exhibition is organised by the Wirral Deen Centre and will include local schools' responses to the a variety of faith, philosophical and symbolic perspectives on trees, faith and life. There will also be an interactive element and we hope to have trees or seeds for visitors to take away with them and plant.…

    Natural Reflections - Interfaith Art Exhibition

    Yeovil Arts Space Quedam centre, Yeovil BA20 1UE. 10.00 – Monday 19 December 17.00
    Yeovil Art Space is working with Somerset Diverse Communities, part of the Community Council for Somerset and the Interfaith and belief network, on a new special exhibition in the town centre gallery for Interfaith Week this November.

    The exhibition will showcase artworks from several artists from across Somerset, sharing their different creative interpretations of faith, belief, and their connections to our natural world, giving insight into how various faith/belief traditions teach about caring for the earth and our environment.…

    Chaplains - Providing Pastoral, Spiritual and Religious care

    Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Chapel (Ground floor), Glossop Rd, Broomhall, Sheffield S10 2JF. 11.00 – 14.00
    Meet the Chaplains who provide pastoral, spiritual and religious care at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. Come and learn about the world religions and how we work in collaboration as faith leaders in a clinical setting.…

  • Sunday 13 November

    Cambridge University Inter Faith Week

    University of Cambridge, SU Lounge, CB2 1RU
    Cambridge University SU is collaborating with student-led faith and religious groups in Cambridge to put on a series of activities for National Interfaith Week. Events include discussions on faith and daily life; religious art and drawing sessions; visit to faith spaces; a faith/cultural open mic night and more!…

    Multi-faith Remembrance Day Service

    Brahma Kumaris, World Spiritual University, Harmony House, 122 Ross Walk, Leicester LE4 5HH. 17.30 – 20.30
    Service of remembrance involving representatives of diverse cultures and beliefs. Programme includes the Last Post; two minutes silence; wreath-laying ceremony; interfaith prayers; meditation commentary; vegetarian meal to end evening.…

  • 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. …

    Multifaith visits for KS2/3 during Inter Faith Week

    Dewsbury and Huddersfield, HD1 . 9.00 – Friday 18 November 16.00
    Come and experience two faith visits in one morning. These visits offer KS2 and KS3 school pupils a chance to learn from two different faith communities and involve a short walk between two places of worship. Two-centre visits will take place in Dewsbury and Huddersfield. Early booking essential.

    Inter Faith Children’s Activities

    Kirklees Libraries, HD1. 9.00 – Saturday 19 November 16.00
    Pop into your local library for a variety of inter faith colouring/quizzes/wordsearches.…

    Inter Faith Book Display

    Kirklees Libraries, HD1. 9.00 – Saturday 19 November 16.00
    We will be creating inter faith book displays across our Kirklees libraries. …

    A range of interfaith activities in lessons.

    St Bede's RC High School, Green Lane, Blackburn, BB2 4SR. 9.00 – Friday 18 November 16.00
    Pupils are writing postcards to pupils at another local school about aspects of their own faith and sharing their faith experiences. Lessons have taken place where pupils will learn about different world faiths and reflect on their own faith. Pupils will have question and answer lessons with staff from different faiths to explore and learn more about aspects of other religions. Pupils will contribute to a 'wall of faith' display with their own reflections of what faith means to them.…

    Child of Empire

    Bradford Cathedral, 1 Stott Hill, Bradford, BD1 4EH. 10.00 – Saturday 19 November 20.30
    Child of Empire is an animated virtual reality (VR) docu-drama experience which immerses viewers in one of the largest forced migrations in human history: the 1947 Partition of India and Pakistan.…

    Imams/Clergy/Faith Leaders Meeting

    Halifax Minster, Causeway, Halifax HX1 1QL. 10.00 – 12.30
    This is an annual meeting of the above to come together from the different faiths to talk, share a meal and find ways to work together towards creating community cohesion in the very diverse Calderdale area in West Yorkshire.…

    Food, Faith and Fiction

    Middlesex University, The Grove Building, Room G409, The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BT. 11.00 – 13.00
    A writing workshop celebrating the relationship between food and culture with celebrated Muslim poet Shamim Azad. Facilitated by Dr Ariel Kahn, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing. You are invited to bring some vegetarian food to share.

    Faiths and Beliefs Week begining 14th November to 18th November at Pennine Care Foundation Trust

    Pennine Care Foundation Trust, Across 5 sites Stockport; The Meadows, Tameside Buckton Unit, Oldham Forrest House; Rochdale at Birchhill, OL6. 11.00 – Friday 18 November 14.00
    We have plans in place for a week of activities across the five boroughs that make up Pennine Care Foundation Trust. These include Stockport, Tameside, Oldham, Bury and Rochdale. We will be having a stall in each borough with a lots of information about the different faith including copies of our new Faith and Culture booklet which will help staff understand the faiths, beliefs and culture of our service users and their carers. Each day we will be focusing on a different Faith Group Monday- Islam in Oldham; Tuesday Judaism in Bury; Wednesday Hindu’s and Sikh’s in Rochdale, Buddhism and Hindus in Tameside and Christianity in Stockport.

    Afternoon Tea at Batley Welcome Club

    Batley Library, 14 Market Pl, Batley WF17 5DA. 13.00 – 15.00
    Afternoon tea for those who participated in the welcome club so far.…

    Inter Faith Monday at the Movies

    Huddersfield Library, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield HD1 2SU. 14.00 – 16.00
    An inter faith movie screening at Huddersfield Library. …

    Panel: Defining faith, between religion and culture?

    Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, CB3 9BS.. 17.15 – 18.30
    What does it mean to be a person of faith? What does faith mean to others? Approaching inter-faith or inter-religious relations, it is easy to make assumptions about terms based on our own background and experience. As part of UK Inter Faith Week, DivSoc Chair Lucy Lipfriend (an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge) chairs discussion, inviting panellists to reflect on whether they identify as people of faith, and what the ingredients of such identity might be—cultural and/or religious.

    Inter Faith Monday at the Movies

    Batley Library, 14 Market Pl, Batley WF17 5DA. . 17.30 – 19.00
    FREE matinee showings to celebrate Inter Faith week.…

    Invitation from the Mayor of Reading to Reading Interfaith Group

    The Mayor's Parlour is in Reading Civic Offices, Bridge St, Reading RG1 2LU. 18.00 – 19.30
    An inclusive opportunity to meet in the Mayor's Parlour, discuss opportunities for inter faith in our town and create a multi-faith Calender for 2023 together.

    The purpose of the event is to promote the aims of the Reading Interfaith Group.
    These are:-
    To enable members of different faiths to learn about and experience each other’s beliefs, practices, and traditions.
    To acknowledge each other’s differing spiritual paths
    To challenge misinformation and prejudice.
    To promote friendship through interfaith dialogue and hospitality locally and nationally.
    To support interfaith initiatives organised in the Reading area by faith and community leaders.…

    Student society social run by the Student Christian Movement

    Faith and Reflection Centre, Nuffield Theatre Cafe, Building 6, University Road, SO17 1TR. 18.30 – 20.00
    A fantastic opportunity to meet students from different faiths or none in an informal setting. Food and drink are provided alongside games.…

    Inter Faith Week Event - God’s Justice in our World

    The Cathedral & Abbey Church of Saint Alban, Sumpter Yard, St Albans AL1 1BY (Entry via Visitors Entrance). 18.45 – 21.00
    In partnership with Luton based community initiative called GRASSROOTS Programme, The Church of England St Albans Diocese is hosting Inter Faith Week Event at St Albans Abbey.

    Besides input from different faiths, St Albans Abbey musicians have offered to play instrumental music and one of the school pupils are also making a presentation. For those interested, a short guided tour to the shrine of St Alban is also being arranged.

  • Tuesday 15 November

    Faith Trail in Huddersfield

    Huddersfield, HD1. 10.00 – 15.00
    An opportunity for people of all faiths, cultures and backgrounds to come together and learn about the diverse faiths and cultures and to make to friends. 4 different faiths will be participating Christian, Muslim, Hindu and Sikh.…

    Open Day with Coffee and Cake

    Faith and Reflection Centre, Nuffield Theatre Cafe, Building 6, University Road, SO17 1TR. 10.00 – 17.00
    The Faith and Reflection Centre at the University of Southampton is opening its doors for an Open Day. Please come along to chat with the chaplains and faith representatives. Tea, coffee, cake, and biscuits are provided. …

    Coat Collection and Optional Tour of the Building

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Davenport, Stockport SK3 8SA. 10.30 – 12.00
    Collecting good coats for 'Wrap up Manchester', followed by a tour of the building. …

    Faith Leaders Reception

    Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council, Council House, Priory Road, Dudley, DY1 1HF. 11.00 – 12.30
    Join faith leaders from around the borough. Speakers include, the Mayor of Dudley and the Bishop of Dudley. This reception is for those recognised within their faith community as a leader. …

    The Dignity of Women - Scriptural Reflections

    The Blackley Centre Prospect View, Blackley, Elland, HX5 0TD. 11.00 – 20.00
    Religions for Peace UK Women of Faith Network presents a unique and informative exhibition highlighting the positive references on the status of women in the Sacred Scriptures of the Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh and Zoroastrian Religions.

    To register for free visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-dignity-of-women-scriptural-reflections-exhibition-tickets-427954462317…

    Woolf Institute Conference

    Woolf Institute, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0UB. 12.00 – Wednesday 16 November 12.45
    Exploring themes linking religious studies and subjects concerning faith, trust and relationships to examine how these themes (taken individually or collectively) create harmony or tension between faith communities, between people of all faiths and none, or between people of faith and their social, political and cultural environments.

    We define our terms broadly:
    "Faith" is taken to mean any belief in or acceptance of doctrines of a religion.
    "Trust" is taken to mean believing in or reliance on the honesty, reliability and ability of another
    "Relationships" is taken to mean connections between people, communities, or religious, social and cultural practices.…

    Garden Dedication

    University of Wolverhampton Chaplaincy Molineux Street WV1 1AD. 13.00 – 14.00
    A gathering of students and staff to celebrate the dedication of a small area of garden at the University of Wolverhampton Multi Faith Chaplaincy. …

    Schools Festivals of Peace

    St Mark’s Church, Longwood and St John’s Church, Golcar, Huddersfield, HD3 4SZ. 13.00 – Wednesday 16 November 15.00
    Local schools coming together to make presentations on the theme of peace.…

    Faith & Equality: A Grassroot Exchange to building a fairer society

    Al-Mahdi Institute, 60 Weoley Park Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham B29 6RB. 13.30 – 16.00
    Faith and Community leaders are invited to join our ‘Equality for All’ conversational workshops, enabling a grassroot input on how to lead inclusive and fair local services. We would like to encourage and support organisations to grow services for all, by placing accessibility as a priority to reach their community.…

    Film and Faith Discussion

    W147, Williams Building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT. 15.45 – 19.00
    Our aim is to create dialogue and learn from each other and what better way than through the medium of film? You do not need to be religious or follow any faith to take part in the discussion - the more different views, the better!

    Watch the acclaimed film The Emigrant, at our free film screening and join panel members, Cllr. Caroline Stock, Dr James Charlton, Revd. Julie Gittoes, Rabbi Jeff Berger, Milijana Bodroza - International Politics and Law Alumna and Anna Hussain from Nisa-Nashim for questions and a lively discussion about the film. The biblical tale of Joseph is told from an Egyptian perspective in this interesting character study.

    Celebrating Interfaith Week

    Milk and Honey Cafe St Peters House, Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9GH. 17.00 – 18.30
    An evening on campus exploring all things interfaith. We will be having discussion spaces, a chance for burning questions, introductions to other students of faith and with no faith on campus and a quiz in a chilled cafe style environment. …

    Talk - After Belsen: Christian Encounters with Jews in the Aftermath of the Holocaust

    Avenue Campus, Highfield Rd, Southampton SO17 1BF. 18.00 – 19.30
    In post-war occupied Germany British and American Christians encountered Jews who had survived the years of Nazi persecution. In liberated concentration camps and Displaced Person centres, through interfaith campaigns and the immigration movement to Mandate Palestine, army chaplains, relief workers, and interfaith activists listened to survivor testimony. They witnessed the rebuilding of Jewish community life, debated their understanding of antisemitism, and advocated causes which could shape the future of Jews in Europe and elsewhere. This lecture will explore some of these unique stories of Christian-Jewish encounters in the wake of the Holocaust.…

    Inter faith tales from Wales

    Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cf5 2YB. 18.00 – 21.00
    Evening talks with dinner and creative inter faith activities.…

    Feast of Faiths

    John Storer House, Wards End, Loughborough, Leics LE11 3HA. 18.00 – 21.00
    The return of popular annual activity, hosted by Loughborough Council of Faiths: food, fun and frolics!…

  • Wednesday 16 November

    AWAZ Cumbria and the South Lakeland Equality and Diversity Partnership (SLEDP) present talks on inter faith

    Quaker Friends Meeting House, Stramongate, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4BH. 10.30 – 13.00
    AWAZ Cumbria and the South Lakeland Equality and Diversity Partnership (SLEDP) present talks on interfaith.

    Dave Bullard has been a Quaker all his life, with a long career in education. Since retirement he has taken a great interest in the Buddhist Faith, particularly following the Vietnamese Buddhist, Thich Nhat Hanh. His talk is about the Quaker Peace Testimony which originated in South Lakeland.

    Imam Abdur Rashid was born in Carlisle, Cumbria. He is the Imam, leader of the Muslims who congregate, attend or are connected to Carlisle Islamic Centre. He has been active in interfaith dialogue and events as the Imam there and intends to continue to build bridges with all communities on humanitarian grounds of peace, collaboration and education.

    Afternoon Tea with Places of Welcome

    Top Church, High Street, DY1 1QD. 13.15 – 15.00
    Places of Welcome is a national network of local community groups providing their neighbourhoods with places where all people feel safe to connect, belong and contribute. Come join us and others in the community for an afternoon tea of fun and excitement.

    Flora, Fauna, and Faith

    Faith and Reflection Centre, Nuffield Theatre Cafe, Building 6, University Road, SO17 1TR. 14.00 – 16.00
    Come and join the Social Impact Lab and Homegrown Community Garden team for a volunteering workshop. …

    Story 4 Thoughts : 5 min stories from different faiths

    Martin Luther King Multi-Faith Centre, Aston University, Birmingham, B4 7ET, UK. 14.30 – 17.00
    It is an opportunity for attendees to share their favorite story in 5 minutes from their religious tradition or non- religious tradition should they wish to do so.…

    Woolf Institute Research Afternoon

    Woolf Institute, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0UB . 14.30 – 18.45
    Join the Woolf Institute to hear from its multidisciplinary researchers from around the world. For one afternoon, the Woolf Institute research team will convene in Cambridge to discuss their research and propose ideas for the future. We hope that the research afternoon will offer a unique opportunity to evaluate and further develop our diverse research into contemporary religion and society.…

    Coffee and Chat

    Coffee and Chat, Christ Church, Lammas Street, Carmarthen, SA31 3DU. 15.00 – 17.00
    As part of the Inter Faith Week, we are having a coffee and chat on the 16th of November between 3 and 5 pm at Christ Church in Carmarthen. It is an open invitation for all those who would like to meet people from different parts of the world and get to know them and welcome them into our community. Please pass on this information with anybody you think will like to come for a cuppa and meet and make new friends. …

    Inter Faith Boccia Event

    Mirfield, HD5. 17.00 – 19.00
    Boccia is an extremely accessible form of indoor bowling suitable for all ages and abilities and was designed specifically for athletes with a disability affecting locomotor function. In this event small teams of up to 5 people will compete in a friendly quick-fire tournament with refreshments at the end. Teams are welcome from everyone whether part of a faith community or not. …

    Establishment of Faith Compact between Coventry Faith groups and Coventry City Council

    Coventry City Council House, Earl street, Coventry CV1 5RR. 17.00 – 19.00
    Establishment of a Faith Compact for the City, a joint commitment between faith communities and Coventry City Council to a set of principles that guide engagement, aiming to improve collaborative partnerships, and to promote open, practical working at all levels. Supported by Daniel Singleton national executive director of Faith Action to provide learning from other local authorities who have undertaken this concept over the years. …

    His Blood Be Upon Us: Revd Dr Tom Wilson’s Book Launch

    Wesley's Chapel, City Road, London, EC1Y 1AU. 18.30 – 20.30
    The book explores the antisemitic potential of Matthew’s Gospel in the Christian New Testament. It begins with a detailed discussion of the occasion of the text, before discussing key questions (Matthew’s fulfilment theology, and the use of polemic in the text). Three crucial texts are examined in detail. The book discusses the reverberations of the “blood cry,” arguing the deicide-focused interpretation of Matthew 27:25 is foundational to subsequent blood libels, which are also discussed. The final chapters explore how to preach from Matthew’s Gospel with Jewish people in mind, including offering sample sermons to stimulate the reader’s thinking about how they might teach from a controversial Matthean text in a way that denies the possibility of perpetuating Christian antisemitism.…

    An Evening of Music, Song, Prayer and Faith

    Church of Scientology London, 146 Queen Victoria Street, EC4V 4BY. 18.30 – 20.30
    This will be an evening of music, song, dance, prayer from people of many different faiths. A celebration of Interfaith Week bringing faiths together.…

    ‘Climate Change, Religion and Ethics’

    St Ambrose Preparatory School, Wicker Lane, Hale Barns, Altrincham WA15 0HE . 19.30 – 21.00
    Alf Keeling Memorial Lecture given by Professor Geoff Levermore (UK-nominated Lead Author on the Nobel prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on Climate Change) on Climate Change, Religion and Ethics.

  • Thursday 17 November

    Inter Faith Chat

    Thornhill Lees Community Centre, Brewery Lane, Thornhill Lees, Dewsbury, WF12 9DU . 13.00 – 15.00
    An inter faith chat on the subject: ‘What you wanted to know but were afraid to ask’. …

    Lunchtime Panel Discussion: Faith and Mental Health

    Room 85/2207, Life Sciences Building, University of Southampton, Highfield Campus, Southampton, SO17 1BJ. 14.00 – 15.30
    Discussion between the University of Southampton Muslim Faith Advisor, Aiman Alzetani, and the University Wellbeing Team on the topic of faith and mental health. …

    What does peace mean to you?

    Faith and Reflection Centre, Nuffield Theatre Cafe, Building 6, University Road, SO17 1TR. 18.30 – 20.00
    Join a discussion led by the Quaker Faith Advisors at the Faith and Reflection Centre, University of Southampton on the topic of 'peace'.…

    Bring and Share Meal

    Greystone Community Centre, Close St, Carlisle CA1 2HA. 19.00 – 21.00
    Bring and Share inter-faith meal for members of Churches Together in Carlisle, Carlisle One World Centre and Carlisle Refugee Action Group. People are invited to bring a dish to share and there will be children's entertainment. Church and mosque leaders will be present and a rabbi will join virtually. There will be a short address before the meal. …

    Panel Debate

    Bushey United Synagogue. 19.30 – 22.00
    Panel from different faiths discussing prayer and the pandemic.…

  • Friday 18 November

    Inter Faith Week Roadshow - Glastonbury

    Glastonbury Library, 1 Orchard Court, Glastonbury BA6 9JB. 10.00 – 12.00
    To celebrate Inter Faith Week we are travelling the county to share, celebrate and educate. Activities include: learning about other faiths, family & children's activities, talks, living book (15 minutes 1-1), meet new communities, stalls, Buddhist meditation and much much more...…

    Eco Show and Tell Sustainability Fair

    The Ricketts Quadrangle, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT. 11.00 – 14.00
    Eco Show and Tell Sustainability Fair will be held on campus at Middlesex University in partnership with Barnet Multi Faith Forum and Shiri Atsmon of non-profit sustainable children’s publishing house Helpful Kids. Stewardship and protection of the planet lies at the heart of faith and staff, students and the public will have the opportunity to hear about encouraging cycling and walking to get fit and reduce car usage, educating young people about nature, helping bees flourish, tasting vegan cakes, growing your own food, buying locally produced honey and things made out of rubbish, improving recycling and waste collection, indoor composting of food waste, eco-friendly cleaning products and children's parties plus much more.…

    Remembering the History of the Little Blue Church

    Little Blue Church, 330 Abbey Lane, Leicester, LE4 2AB. 19.00 – 20.30
    Illustrated presentation with photos and stories. Come and also share your stories! What are your memories of coming to Sunday School, or Youth Club, the Health Centre or other times and events? …

    Achieving Peace and Reconciliation

    Pilgrim Centre, Regent Circus, Swindon, SN1 1PX. 19.30 – 21.30
    Faith Leader’s Question Time, what can local faith groups achieve?…

    Friday Night Dinner with the Jewish Society

    Faith and Reflection Centre, Nuffield Theatre Cafe, Building 6, University Road, SO17 1TR. 19.30 – 0.00
    Join the University of Southampton Jewish Society for their weekly Friday Night Dinner. …

  • Saturday 19 November

    Inter Faith Week Cricket Tournament

    Sports Hall, 28 Al Hikmah Centre, Track Road, Batley, WF17 7AA. 10.00 – 14.00
    Enjoying a game of sport. Creating and deepening understanding between people of different backgrounds – young and old. We have mix participants so the true spirit of inter faith can be created.

    Faith and Domestic Abuse Conference in Leicester

    Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre, Rothley Street, Leicester LE4 6LF. 10.00 – 14.00
    Free conference with aim of raising awareness about the relation between domestic abuse and faith. Speakers include Leicester City Councillors Ashiedu Joel, Manjit Kaur Saini, Nita Solanki; Meena Kumari, H.O.P.E. Training & Consultancy; Kartar Singh Bring, Head of Chaplaincy, University Hospitals Leicester; Yasmin Surti, Secretary, Federation of Muslim Organisations; Superintendent Manjit Atwal, QPM Head of Delivery, Violence Against Women and Girls (College of Policing); Asha Gosai, Domestic Violence Caseworker, Zinthya Trust; Pastor Ruth Olugbenga. …

    Inter Faith Air Quality Conference

    The Balaji Temple, 101 Dudley Road East, Tividale, Birmingham, B69 3DU. 10.00 – 12.30
    A conference discussing inter faith and air quality. There will be a variety of talks about the work of faith communities in the local area.…

    Church Open Day and Celebration - including fundraising fayre

    Little Blue Church, 330 Abbey Lane, Leicester, LE4 2AB. 11.30 – 15.00
    Lunch served 12:00-13:30pm. Official ribbon cutting at 2.00pm with Pastor Janette Shardlow and Councillor Vijay Riyait, Abbey Ward. …

    COA Divine Moon Inter Faith Moot

    The Bell, Birmingham Road, Walsall WS53JP. 12.00 – 14.00
    Gathering of all faiths to chat, network and make friends in an informal setting.…

    Inter-Faith tour of Worcester Cathedral

    Worcester Cathedral, College Yard, Worcester WR1 2LA. 14.00 – 16.00
    Worcester Cathedral has been a place of Christian prayer and worship for fourteen centuries. Join us for an inter faith tour led by an expert tour guide. The tour will end with tea, coffee and cake in the cloisters.

    Inter Faith Week Poetry Session

    Batley Library, Market Place, Batley WF17 5DA. 14.00 – 16.00
    An annual Inter Faith Week poetry session hosted by the Batley poets. Come along to perform a poem you've written, one you like, or sit back and enjoy the afternoon with a cuppa and meet some new friends.

    Everyone's welcome, regardless of faith, whether it's your first or fifty-first time. We've always said 'Everyone's a Batley Poet', and we haven't been proven wrong yet.…

    Harmony of Religions: A Basic Bahá’í Principle

    Quaker Meeting House, 16 Queens Road, Leicester LE2 1WP. 15.00 – 16.30
    Public talk on one of the central teachings of the Bahá’í Faith: the essential harmony of religions, with Khazeh Fananapazir. "... he who longs for light welcomes it from whatever source it comes." ('Abdul-Bahá)…

  • Sunday 20 November

    Grand Re-Opening of Little Blue Church - Service of Celebration

    Little Blue Church, 330 Abbey Lane, Leicester, LE4 2AB. 10.00 – 12.00
    A service of celebration to commemorate the re-opening of The Little Blue Church. It was built in 1894 and in the last year has undergone a complete refurbishment.

    Light For Leeds - An Inter Faith Week event

    Kirkstall Abbey, Abbey Walk, Kirkstall, Leeds, LS5 3EH. 12.00 – 16.00
    Featuring representatives of different faiths and non-faith organisations, and celebrating what we have in common. There will be stalls in the Rose Room, Kirkstall Abbey's Visitor Centre and outdoor performances.

    Watford Inter Faith Pilgrimage

    Watford and District Synagogue, 16 Nascot Rd, Watford, WD17 4YE. 12.00 – 17.30
    A walk between six places of worship in Watford Town Centre starting at the Watford and District Synagogue.

    The pilgrims will visit six places of worship, starting at the Watford and District Synagogue where refreshments will be served and all will be welcomed, and will finish at the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, with some hot food. At each place of worship there will be a talk and a chance to ask questions.…

  • Monday 21 November

    Speed Dialogue

    St Mary's University Waldegrave Road Strawberry Hill TW1 4SX. 16.30 – 18.00
    St Mary's University and Richmond Interfaith Forum invite you to a Speed Dialogue event at the University where you will have the opportunity to meet and share perspectives with a number of different faiths and beliefs through a 'speed dating' format. We particularly welcome young people.…

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