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Thursday 29 June

Baha’i Ethics in Contemporary Society - Leeds Concord Interfaith Fellowship

Leeds Concord Interfaith Fellowship is holding a talk and discussion on ‘Baha’i Ethics in Contemporary Society’ on Thursday 29 June. The speaker will be Dr Shahin Fatheazam. This is being held at 7.30pm at the Leeds Language Academy, 14A Woodsley Road, LS3 1DT. For further information, contact John Summerwill on 01132697895 or email on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Thursday 29 June

Faith communities and mental health - Spirit in Mind

Spirit in Mind, in collaboration with South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, is holding a conference on Thursday 29 June on 'Faith communities and mental health: Forward thinking; the role of faith communities in promoting mental health & wellbeing'.   The conference will allow participants to explore potential for co-producing, co-funding and co-delivering projects to support people experiencing mental health related challenges.  It is being held from 9.30am to 4pm at the Al Hikmah Conference Centre, Batley WF17 7AA.   There is an attendance fee.   For further information and to book visit

Thursday 29 June

Friendship Walk - Oxford Council of Faiths

The Oxford Council of Faiths will be holding its annual Friendship Walk on Thursday 29 June.    The walk begins at the Synagogue in Richmond Road, goes via the University Church of St Mary the Virgin and ends at the Central Mosque in Manzil Way.  It begins at 6.15pm.  For further information, visit

Friday 30 June

Waterloo Festival photography exhibition - St John’s Waterloo

St John's Waterloo will be holding this year's Waterloo Festival throughout June.   Its theme is Sacred Spaces.   Throughout the month an exhibition of photographs by Richard Slater will be on display in the main church (Waterloo Road, London SE1 8TY).  These photographs show London's many and varied faith communities and places of worship and are a celebration of faith and sacred space in a global city.  For further information, visit

Saturday 1 July

Celebrating Sacred Poems, Music and Dance - Crawley Inter Faith Network

Crawley Inter Faith Network, supported by Crawley Borough Council and the Longley Trust, is hosting the Faiths in Sussex Summer Conference on Saturday 1 July.  The theme of this year’s event is “Celebrating Sacred Poems, Music and Dance”.   The afternoon will include Sufi Dances of Universal Peace; Brighton Interfaith Choir; Hindu chants and Dances; Poetry & Readings (All Faiths); Nasheeds – Muslim Children; Christian Gospels; and Baha’i songs.  Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided. This is being held from 1pm to 5pm at the Langley Green Community Centre, Stagelands, Langley Green, Crawley, RH11 7PG. For further information, contact Iyad Daoud at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or on 01293883372. 

Saturday 1 July

Interfaith Peace Walk - Hull and East Riding Interfaith

Hull and East Riding Interfaith is jointly organising the annual Interfaith Peace Walk on Saturday 1 July.   The walk goes past 7 places of worship including churches, a gurdwara, a synagogue, a Hindu Cultural Centre, a Buddhist Centre and a mosque.   It begins at 10.45am and ends at 6.30pm.   For further information contact Jill Taylor on 01482 442461 or Martin King on 07513 866704.

Sunday 2 July

Interfaith Walk - Waltham Forest Faith Communities Forum

Waltham Forest Faith Communities Forum is holding its annual Interfaith Walk on Sunday 2 July.     The Walk incorporates visits to places of worship and opportunities to hear about different faiths, to learn, ask questions and to form friendships along the way.   The walk begins at 9am (at St Peter's and St Paul's Church, E4 7HW) and ends at 4.30pm, but participants can join and leave at any point throughout the day. Lunch will be at Chingford Mosque from 1.35pm to 2.35pm.   The programme for the day includes presentations by Hare Krishna, Buddhist and Baha'i groups, and visits to St Anne's Church, Chingford Mosque, Highams Park and Chingford Affiliated Synagogue and Oblates of the Assumption, Chingford.   Furhter information, including the full programme can be seen at 

Monday 3 July

Meditation/Prayer lunch and seminar - Burngreave Ashram Multifaith chapel & Library

Burngreave Ashram Multifaith Chapel & Library is hosting its next Meditation/Prayer lunch and seminar on Monday 3 July from 12pm to 2.30pm. The meditation and prayer will be led by John Vincent. It is being held at 86 Spital Hill, Sheffield S4 7LG.  For further information, contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 07932017929 or 01142436688.

Tuesday 4 July

What my Scripture means to me - York Interfaith Group

York Interfaith Group is holding an event on Tuesday 4 July.  It will begin with a ‘Bring and Share’ Meal with Music from 5.30pm to 7.30pm and will then be followed at 7.30pm by its Monthly Meeting, for which the theme is ‘What my Scripture means to me’. It is being held at the York Medical Society Rooms, 23 Stonegate, York YO1 8AW.  For further information, contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Tuesday 4 July

AGM - Northampton Inter Faith Forum

Northampton Inter Faith Forum is holding its AGM on Tuesday 4 July. This is being held at 7pm at the Market Sanctuary, Simon de Senlis Court Northampton, NN1 3AE. For further information, contact Sue Ward on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Tuesday 4 July

RE: Shifting Sands in Progress - AREIAC

The Association of RE Inspectors, Advisers and Consultants (AREIAC) is holding a conference entitled ‘RE: Shifting Sands in Progress’ from Monday 3 to Tuesday 4 July.  The first day is focussed on the theme of Progression and Assessment in RE, when the speakers will include Dave Francis, Dilwyn Hunt, Verity Holloway and Pat Hannam who have recently been innovative in this field. The second day is focussed on the theme of Curriculum Development and Resources to inspire and raise standards in teaching and learning in RE with Professor David Leat, Newcastle University. There is a fee to attend. This is being held at the Park Inn by Radisson York City Centre, North St, York YO1 6JF. For further information, visit

Tuesday 4 July

Devotion, Inspiration and Preparation - Faith in Lancaster

Faith in Lancaster is holding its AGM on Tuesday 4 July. The theme for this year’s meeting is ‘Devotion, Inspiration and Preparation’.   It is being held at 7.30pm in the William Stout Room, Quaker Meeting House, Lancaster, LA1 1TX. For further information, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or visit

Thursday 6 July

Food and Friendship - Sheffield Interfaith

Sheffield Interfaith is organising a shared meal on Thursday 6 July.   Following recent examples of devastating divisions and even more examples of shared humanity and generosity, this shared meal will be an opportunity to develop friendships with neighbours from near and far.  Participants are invited to bring food to share if they can, but, if not, to come anyway.  It takes place from 6pm to 8pm at Shirley House, 31 Psalter Lane, Sheffield S11 8YL.  for further information, visit

Sunday 9 July

Inter Faith Bike Ride and Picnic - Faiths Together in Croydon

Faiths Together in Croydon will be holding its third annual Inter Faith Bike Ride and Picnic on Sunday 9 July.   This ride through Croydon visits diverse sites of worship before joining a dedicated Big Get Together picnic in the park.   There are different starting times for the bike ride during the morning from 10am onwards and the picnic begins at 1.30pm at Park Hill Recreation Ground, Fairfield Road.  For further information, visit

Monday 10 July

Faiths, Refugees and Asylum Seekers - Leeds Concord Interfaith Fellowship

Leeds Concord Interfaith Fellowship is holding a talk and discussion on ‘Faiths, Refugees & Asylum Seekers in Leeds’ on Monday 10 July. There will be a Syrian Muslim and Roman Catholic from the Congo telling their stories. This is being held at 7.30pm at the Leeds Language Academy, 14A Woodsley Road, LS3 1DT. For further information, contact John Summerwill on 01132697895 or email on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Tuesday 11 July

Srebrenica Memorial Day

Faith and inter faith organisations across the UK are taking part in Srebrenica Memorial Day on Tuesday 11 July.   For further information visit

Thursday 13 July

Faith Leaders in Dialogue and the Future of Inter Faith Studies - University of Wales Trinity Saint David

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David is holding an inter-faith symposium from Wednesday 12 to Thursday 13 July. Ihe symposium will include both a practitioner component on 'Faith Leaders in Dialogue' - bringing together faith leaders from diverse communities for dialogue and exchange - and a two-part academic session, entitled 'The Future of Inter-Faith Studies'.   There will be a number of speakers on each topic including representatives of the South Wales Jewish Representative Council, the Muslim Council of Wales, the Church in Wales, the Pure Land Buddihist Educational Foundation, Coexist House, the Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies in Oxford and many more.  The symposium is being held on the Lampeter Campus, Ceredigion SA48 7ED.   For further information, contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Saturday 15 July

Remembering beliefs - Leeds Trinity University and the Oral History Society

The Oral History Society and Leeds Trinity University are holding a conference from Friday 14 to Saturday 15 July entitled ‘Remembering beliefs – the shifting worlds of religion and faith in secular society’.  The guest speakers will be Callum Brown, Professor of Later Modern European History at the University of Glasgow and a researcher into secularism and demographic change; Dr Abby Day, Associate Professor in Canadian History at Thomson Rivers University, British Columbia; and Dr Tuna Block, a reader in race, faith and culture at Goldsmiths, University of London. There is a fee to attend. This is being held at Leeds Trinity University, Horsforth, Leeds LS18 5HD. To book a place, visit

Monday 17 July

‘Who says?’ Where does authority lie? - Waveney Interfaith Circle

Waveney Interfaith Circle is holding themed ‘talking’ meetings every month for anyone interested in learning about the beliefs and traditions of other faiths through friendly informal contact with those who are familiar with them. The next meeting is on Monday 17 July at 7.30pm. The theme of the meeting is ‘Who says? Where does authority lie in the different faiths?’ Members will be able to share information about the structure and administration of their faiths. This is being held at St Margaret’s Church Centre, 147 Hollingsworth Rd, Lowestoft NR32 4BW. For further information, contact Rose Norgate on 01502712369.

Tuesday 18 July

Sin and Repentance - Marylebone Scriptural Reasoning

Marylebone Scriptural Reasoning is holding a discussion on Tuesday 18 July from 6.30pm to 9pm. The theme of the discussion will be Sin and Repentance. This is being held at Regent’s Park Mosque, 146 Park Rd, Marylebone, London NW8 7RG. To book a place or for further information, email Rachel Godfrey at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Wednesday 19 July

Faith and Care in Mental Health - Voices of Faith

Voices of Faith is holding an event on Wednesday 19 July on ‘Faith and Care in Mental Health’. The speakers will be Sraddhamani Benson (Newcastle Buddhist Centre), The Revd Dr Nicholas Buxton (Newcastle Meditation Centre), and Imam Mohammed Roziur Rahman (Muslim Mental Health Chaplain and Islamic Scholar). Refreshments will be provided. This is being held from 6pm to 8.30pm at the Newcastle Meditation Centre, 71b Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1SG. For further information, and to confirm attendance, contact Josie Pinnegar on 0191 270 4142 or at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Sunday 12 – Sunday 19 November

Inter Faith Week 2017

Inter Faith Week is an incredibly important time in the year for inter faith learning, interaction, cooperation and celebration. It allows communities to highlight the achievements of local inter faith and faith based groups, and strengthen good inter faith relations at all levels.

Having a week that is dedicated to inter faith activity helps inter faith initiatives to reach a wider audience, so that more people are made aware of the importance of this vital work, and are able to participate in it.

This year, Inter Faith Week will take place from Sunday 12 to Sunday 19 November. Anyone can take part in the Week and hold events themselves. Our Inter Faith Week website at has all the information you need, as well as ideas and inspiration for how you can get involved.

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