Activities calendar

Inter Faith Week 2017 has now drawn to a close. Activities are still being added for reporting purposes.

  • Sunday 12 November

    Activity of social integration with young people

    Noor House, Newton st, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7 9PQ. 11.00 – Sunday 19 November 18.00
    We are yet to finalise the activity but will range from cooking to football and a deep learning of other faiths.…

  • Monday 13 November

    Daily Events on Awarness

    Medway Council Building, Gun Wharf, Chatham, Kent. 12.30 – Friday 17 November 13.00
    Building good relationships and working partnerships between people of different faiths and beliefs in Medway.…

    Interfaith Week: Breaking Down Stereotypes; Youth Perspectives

    24 GREENCOAT PLACE, LONDON SW1P 1RD. 19.00 – 21.00
    You are warmly invited to a Stories of Trust event to celebrate Inter Faith Week.

    We will hear stories from young faith leaders sharing how faith responds in global crises and how it can strengthen communities. On…

  • Tuesday 14 November

    Inter-Faith Tree Planting

    Thornes Park, Denby Dale Road, Wakefield WF2 8DY. 10.45 – 12.30
    The symbolic planting of an oak tree by people of all faiths and none, supported by WMDC Arboricultural Officer and Wakefield Tree Warden, attended by the Mayor of Wakefield. People of all ages and abilities welcome.
    Followed by refreshments…

  • Wednesday 15 November

    Building Comunities with LEGO®

    Speke Training Education Centre, Speke Blvd/Evans Rd, Liverpool, L24 9HZ. 4.00 – 8.00
    This project has been born out of work with children of refugee families in the North West. When considering the areas that make them feel isolated when they try to become integrated in their new homes most of these children…

  • Friday 17 November

    How to be a good neighbour

    Aquinas Room, Newman University, Genners Lane, Birmingham B32 3NT. 13.00 – 14.00
    Our Weekly soup kitchen includes a time to chat about ‘How to be a good neighbour’…

  • Saturday 18 November

    Wolverhampton Interfaith Conference on organ donation

    Gujarati centre , Mander Street , Wolverhampton, West Midlands.. 9.00 – 3.00
    A conference bringing together different faiths and religions to highlight the importance of organ donation . The conference will feature inputs on what each faith thinks about organ donation, as well as sharing good practice. …

  • Sunday 19 November

    Collection for Refugees

    Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue, Auckland Road CAMBRIDGE CB5 8DW. 13.00 – 17.00
    Cambridge City of Sanctuary, Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue, and Cambridge Convoy Refugee Action Group (CamCrag) have teamed together to invite local faith groups to participate in Mitzvah Day by asking members to donate on that day a small item or…

    Interfaith Tea Party for the Elderly

    ha8. 15.00 – 17.00
    Senior members of a synagogue, two churches and an islamic centre in Edgware and Burnt Oak, London, are invited for a diversi-tea party served by the youth of those faith communities. Menu will include discussion points and musical entertainment will…

  • Saturday 25 November

    Domestic abuse and faith: A vision for Leicester

    Redeemed Christian Church of God, City of Favour, 21/23 Wanlip Street, Leicester LE1 2JS. 11.00 – 16.00
    For faith leaders and paid or unpaid pastoral workers from faith communities in Leicester and Leicestershire to discuss the issues and share skills and good practice around helping people who disclose domestic violence. We know that domestic violence happens within…

  • Tuesday 28 November

    Celestialphobia

    Newham Town Hall. 17.00 – 19.00
    A chance to learn about the Celestial Church of Christ and not just the stigma and false reputation it has gained over the last 70 years. For knowledge is power and acquiring it is wisdom. It is important that there…

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