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.

  • Wednesday 9 November

    Interfaith Stalls/Display

    Leicester College, Freeman's Park Campus, Welford Road, Leicester LE2 7LW
    Leicester College will be holding an Interfaith Display at all of it's 3 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.…

  • 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

    Multi faith school workshops

    REonDemand MANCHESTER SK10. 9.00 – 0.00
    Delivering multi faith Religious Education workshops to all year groups at different primary schools in Manchester. Privately organised; for the individual schools only.…

  • Tuesday 15 November

    Breakfast forum: “We don’t talk religion or politics!”

    The Faith & Belief Forum, Star House, 104 Grafton Road, London NW5 4BA. 8.30 – 10.00
    Faith and belief can be integral to people’s identity, how they see the world, and what is important to them. Knowledgeable and inclusive workplaces, which understand lived experiences and are able to meet employees’ needs, are essential to enabling individuals, teams, and organisations to thrive. Yet faith and belief inclusion is often overlooked, sometimes out of fear of ‘getting it wrong’. We can help.

    This National Inter Faith Week, you are warmly invited to join The Faith & Belief Forum at our training space in Kentish Town for networking and discussion over breakfast. Presentations will explore the common myth that talking about religion is necessarily awkward and uncomfortable, and how this idea harms employers and employees. Get to know The Faith & Belief Forum's key principles for faith inclusion and how they can support workplaces to open up rather than close down sensitive conversations, enabling you to meet the needs of your diverse teams and support everyone to thrive at work.…

    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.




    Christian-Muslim Relations: Remembering Kenneth Cragg

    Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies, The Song School, 109A Iffley Road, Oxford, OX4 1EH. 14.30 – 16.00
    On the 10th anniversary of the death of Bishop Kenneth Cragg, we are hosting a panel discussion with Q&A. Cragg was an eminent scholar of Christian-Muslim relations and an original Christian thinker who read the Qur'an and Bible comparatively. He devoted his life to the interaction between Muslims and Christians as an active churchman and pastor who spent time in the Middle East. He was a prolific writer over a wide variety of genres, from academic papers to translations of Arabic texts, to poems and prayers for interfaith occasions. Cragg was also influential in bringing Islam to the general readership of the Anglican Church from the mid-twentieth century onwards.…

    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.…

  • Saturday 19 November

    Milton Keynes University Hospital Chaplaincy team - Sponsored Walk around faith communities in Milton Keynes

    Milton Keynes University Hospital
    A sponsored walk taking in different faith communities around Milton Keynes with a 20 minute stop at each place of worship to speak to whoever is gathered about our goal to make our hospital chaplaincy service more diverse as relating to faith and belief. …

    COA Divine Moon Interfaith 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.

  • Sunday 20 November

    Light For Leeds- An Interfaith 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.
    Stalls in the Rose Room, Kirkstall Abbey's Visitor Centre.
    Outdoor performances.
    Light refreshments will be available.
    With thanks to the Light For Leeds Steering Group. …

    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.…

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