In Times Of Need, Where is Spirituality?

Sunday 26 November 3.00 – 18.00

University of Surrey, Stag Hill, Guildford, GU2 7XH

Join us for an event exploring the role of spirituality in challenging times. Registration and refreshments start from 2.30pm and the event begins at 3pm.

During this event, we will delve into the depths of spirituality and its significance when we face adversity. Through engaging talks and discussions, we aim to foster a deeper understanding of how spirituality can provide solace, guidance, and strength during times of need and putting this towards social action!

Our panel of speakers, comprised of spiritual leaders and experts, will share their insights and personal experiences. Our speakers include: Julie Siddiqi MBE; Dr Kishan Manocha; Gagandeep Singh; Rev Chris Richardson; Laura Marks CBE; Nishi Joshi-Bhatt (all profile details available on the Eventbrite link) and will be chaired by Lord Lieutenant of Surrey Michael More-Molyneux. You will have the opportunity to learn about various faith and multi faith initiatives to support people during times of need.

Whether you are from a faith community or not, if you are looking to explore ideas, or simply curious about the role of spirituality in challenging times, this event is for you. Be a part of this enriching experience that will leave you inspired and empowered. There will be time for discussions, networking and making connections with faith communities across Surrey. A vegetarian meal will be served at the end of the evening.

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to explore spirituality in times of need!

Event held by Woking People of Faith, Guildford and Godalming Interfaith Forum, Surrey Heath Faith Forum, Elmbridge Multi Faith Forum, Epsom and Ewell Interfaith Forum
Contact Kerry Barry
Telephone 0785 605 2176
Venue accessibility
Event categories Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Dialogue/discussion, Food
Important information Limited places, register now: In Times of Need, where is Spirituality? Tickets, Sun 26 Nov 2023 at 2.30pm |

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