An Cuan, 44 Shore Road, Rostrevor, Newry BT34 3ET. 18.00 – 19.30
Following the anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement and continuing political stalemate in Northern Ireland/North of Ireland, three Irish peace charities partner with the Scriptural Reasoning charity to study sacred Jewish, Christian and Islamic texts and oral traditions around dialogue and good disagreement in pursuit of an agreed future for our increasingly religiously and ethnically diverse island of Ireland.…
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Wednesday 25 October
An Cuan, 44 Shore Road, Rostrevor, Newry BT34 3ET. 18.00 – 19.30
- Monday 13 November
Tuesday 14 November
Silver Birch Hotel, 5 Gortin Road, Omagh BT79 7DH. 11.00 – 13.00
An opportunity to explore and share the unique relationships with religion and faith. Attendees can share a poem, reading, song, that represents for them their relationship with their chosen faith. The agenda is informal and relaxed and there is no pressure for attendees to contribute. …
Wednesday 15 November
SS4 1RB. 14.00 – 15.00
Informal afternoon tea with the Vicar - Rev Helen. We will discuss student's beliefs and views, using artefacts we have in school to talk about different faiths.…
Business School Atrium, Oxtalls Campus, Oxtalls Lane Gloucester, GL2 9HW . 17.30 – 20.00
This event will be held at the University of Gloucershire's Oxtall's business centre atrium. There will be 4 interviews with people who have had to relocate, focusing on how their faith helped them to cope and how the faith community has welcomed them, each one ending with a short prayer from their faith tradition. Plenty of time between each one to network and enjoy free finger food prepared by Gloucester's English language school. The evening will end with a poem written by our Vice-Chair Atique Miah. …
Quaker Meeting House, Queens Road, Leicester LE2 1WP. 19.00 – 21.00
A power point presentation telling the story of the ten women hanged in Shiraz, Iran in 1983. Their crime was to be Baha'is and to refuse to recant their faith. The presentation is accompanied by music.…
Meeting House, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9QF. 19.00 – 20.30
In a world where religious conflict is front page news and the number of people who identify as religious is declining, is the chasm of understanding between people of different faiths and atheists and agnostics growing wider? Can people of diverse religious affiliations find shared values and build partnerships for the common good, or are our disagreements too vast?
In this event, professor, author, and activist Chris Stedman will share his story of seeking common ground with the religious as an atheist. Then, in conversation with University of Sussex Lead Chaplain James Croft, he'll discuss what theists and nontheists can gain from being in dialogue, the differences between the interfaith movements in the United States and United Kingdom, and how people of different faiths and those of nonreligious beliefs can work together to improve the world we all share.…
Thursday 16 November
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St Albans Faith and Culture Enterprise (FACE) are hosting their annual event to celebrate Inter Faith Week 2023 on Thursday 16 November 2023. Each year FACE invites people from different faith groups across the District to attend and discuss the issues facing their communities and the importance of strong relations between different faiths. This year it is also a celebration of the 10 year anniversary of FACE’s formation.
This is an informal event where you are welcome to share your own experiences of what faith means to you and your work in the community, or simply listen to others. Residents of St Albans District are welcome to attend, whether they are representing a faith group or not. We invite attendees to bring along different cultural foods to share.
Friday 17 November
Sacred Heart Church, 148 Ashcroft Rd, Stopsley, Luton LU2 9AY. 19.30 – 21.00
Join us for a multi-faith storytelling performance of wisdom drawn from many faith traditions presented by the Khayaal Theatre Company. Refreshments included!
Saturday 18 November
Baitul Ghafoor Mosque, 224 Long Lane, B62 9JT, Halesowen. 14.00 – 18.00
We will be holding inter faith activities including: quizzes, exhibitions and discussions.…
Batley Library, 14 Market Place, Batley, WF17 5DA. 14.00 – 16.00
An annual Inter Faith Poetry session hosted by Batley Poets in partnership with Friends of Batley Library. Come along to perform poetry you've written, read poems you like, or sit back and enjoy the afternoon with a cuppa and meet some new friends.
For us, Inter Faith Week has always celebrated our diversity, commonality and baking skills. We want as many people as possible to come together to share and appreciate poetry, hearing the vibrant voices and stories in our community.
Everyone is welcome to attend, 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.
Although this is an Inter Faith Week poetry session, you can share poetry on any theme.…
Global Cooperation House, 65-69 Pound Lane, London, NW10 2HH. 16.00 – 18.00
We will hold discussions on inspiring leadership, refugee voices, the effects of social media and eco matters. This event is for young people of all faiths and none. The discussion will be followed by a light supper. …
Sunday 19 November
Chesham Town Hall, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1DS. 14.30 – 16.00
We will be inviting a panel of three Jewish, Christian and Muslim women to talk about their faith and the impact their faith has had on their lives and on society. After the presentations by the speakers, the audience will be invited to join small groups to discuss any questions raised by the panel discussion. This will be followed by a plenary session. All who are supportive of the aims of inter faith dialogue, building trust, friendship, and deepening understanding, are welcome to attend.…
Thursday 23 November
Holy Angels Church Hall, Wicker Lane, Hale Barns WA15 0HF.. 19.30 – 21.00
A lecture in memory of AIG founder Alf Keeling: "Who is my neighbour?" by Kevin Jaquiss, Methodist Church local preacher. It is about families arriving at Ashley Hotel in Hale in search of asylum, and what the local community are doing to support them.…