Activities calendar

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.

  • Saturday 7 November

    Tree Loving Care

    Clifton Bridge, York. 13.00 – 15.00
    Clifton Bridge area. York Interfaith Group will be revisiting the sections we planted a few years ago and tended again last year for a general clear up of the site. Please bring your own gardening equipment & refreshments. There is…

  • Sunday 8 November

    Interfaith Tree Planting

    Dewsbury
    During Inter Faith Week tree planting at various sites will begin under the coordination of Dewsbury South Community (Covid-19) support to highlight how the community worked together through the 2020 Covid-19 emergency. If you would like to take part or…

    Towards a Better Understanding of Judaism and Quakerism in Birmingham

    Birmingham. 17.30 – 19.00
    Sharing perspectives between Birmingham’s Jewish and Quaker communities, as part of Inter Faith Week. Speakers will talk about Judaism and Quakerism in Birmingham with reference to Social Action and Welfare, Climate Change and Prison Chaplaincy. We will hear among others…

  • Monday 9 November

    Countdown to the Glasgow UN climate summit 2021: Faith voices from Birmingham

    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…

    Inter Faith Week stand in the restaurant

    Rotherham Hospital, Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust, Moorgate Road, Rotherhams S60 2UD.. 11.00 – Thursday 12 November 14.00
    Promotional work with Staff in Rotherham Hospital, highlighting the work of the Chaplaincy. Also launching 3 initiatives - first, a new Chaplain's Surgery - a fixed day and time each week when Staff can access a Chaplain with or without…

    Community Safeguarding Forum Launch

    Luton UK. 13.00 – 14.30
    We’re launching our Community Safeguarding Forum during Interfaith Week this November, connecting local organisations, community groups, schools and places of worship to share updates, discuss general safeguarding concerns, best practices and priorities, and offer support and resources to improve the…

    COP26 Interfaith Evening of Reflection

    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…

  • Tuesday 10 November

    Foundation Stones Interfaith Workshop

    . 11.00 – 12.00
    The UK Holocaust Memorial Foundation invites you to take part in a Foundation Stones stone painting workshop as part of Inter Faith Week 2020.

    Paint and share a Foundation Stone live on Zoom and then contribute…

    Faith and Religious Small Charities Meet Up

    . 13.00 – 15.00
    The Small Charities Coalition is hosting a special online meeting for Inter Faith Week 2020, asking:
    "Has COVID increased the connection between faith organisations?
    Is the perceived anti faith stance of some funders and government a barrier to…

    Realising Religious Freedom around the World

    . 18.00 – 19.00
    An #InterfaithWeek discussion on how we can help realise freedom of religion and belief around the world.
    With: Kiri Kankhwende - Press and Public Affairs Team Leader, Christian Solidarity Worldwide; Padideh Sabeti - Director, Office of Public Affairs of…

    Sharing faith and belief perspectives on racism and prejudice

    Devon (online). 19.00 – 18.15
    What can we learn from the Black Lives Matter protests? Join us to listen to diverse perspectives on racism and prejudice
    Engage in discussion and dialogue about faith, belief and unconscious bias. As Christians, Humanists, Buddhists, Hindus, Pagans, Muslims,…

    Religions during COVID-19: Spiritual and Practical

    Elmbridge (Zoom). 19.30 – 21.00
    Elmbridge Multi Faith Forum invite you to join this virtual event and hear how people of faith have gained strength from their faiths during these uncertain times.

    There will be speakers from the Christian, Jewish, Muslim,…

  • Wednesday 11 November

    Interfaith Week Dementia Awareness Session

    Rowan House, 33 Sheepen Road, Colchester Essex CO3 3WG. 0.00 – 0.00
    Faith can be crucial for people affected by dementia as they go through their dementia journey. Yet often people with dementia miss out on being able to access their faith due to a lack of understanding on the part of…

    Spirituality and Gen Y / Z: Activism, Guidance, Traditions

    Exeter. 14.00 – 15.00
    How do faith traditions, activism and spiritual guidance inform expressions of spirituality for younger people today? How can young people of Gen Y and Z be supported and encouraged to develop new spiritual paths for contemporary society? How can greater…

    Spirituality and Gen Y / Z: Activism, Guidance, Traditions

    Exeter. 14.00 – 15.00
    How do faith traditions, activism and spiritual guidance inform expressions of spirituality for younger people today? How can young people of Gen Y and Z be supported and encouraged to develop new spiritual paths for contemporary society? How can greater…

    Foundation Stones Interfaith Workshop

    N19 4DR. 19.00 – 20.00
    The UK Holocaust Memorial Foundation invites you to take part in a Foundation Stones stone painting workshop as part of Inter Faith Week 2020.

    Paint and share a Foundation Stone live on Zoom and then contribute…

  • Thursday 12 November

    Testing Times

    Tower Hamlets (online). 12.00 – 14.00
    This Inter Faith Week will be very different to the ones that we are used to. Nobody could have predicted how much life would change due to the Covid-19 pandemic and this year we will be focusing on the importance…

    Celebrating faith communities

    London . 17.30 – 19.15
    City Hall and Near Neighbours invite you to join us in celebrating the work of faith organisations and their response to the impact of Covid19 on Londoners' lives. Faith organisations have played a key role in supporting Londoners to cope…

    What are Religions doing about Race Inequality?

    GU22 7BD. 19.00 – 20.30
    This event will be streamed via Zoom. Donovan Blair will give an introduction to the topic and guest speakers will be Rev Paul Davies, Christian; Mandisa Taylor, Baha'i; Rabbi Danny Rich, Jewish; Muneera Pilgrim, Muslim and Shashank Sharma, Hindu. There…

  • Friday 13 November

    Domestic Abuse Awareness training for Church and Faith Group Leaders in Colchester

    Rowan House, 33 Sheepen Road, Colchester Essex CO3 3WG. 14.00 – 15.00
    During Inter Faith Week, Colchester Borough Council in partnership with J9 Domestic Abuse Initiative are offering a free online training session to local church and faith group leaders. The training session is intended to raise awareness and increase knowledge and…

  • Sunday 15 November

    Tread Lightly event on food and waste

    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

    All welcome.
    Please register through www.footstepsbcf.org.uk

  • Tuesday 24 November

    Unity in Crisis: diverse communities together in difficult times

    Online. 19.30 – 21.30
    Richmond Inter Faith Forum invites people from Richmond, Kingston, Hounslow and neighbouring areas - especially those from minority and refugee backgrounds - to join us for this special online event.
    We will hear from Dr Marissa Quie, an expert…

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