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Sunday 19 August

Interfaith Outdoors, foraging - Interfaith Glasgow

Interfaith Glasgow is holding a series of woodland explorations as part of its ‘Interfaith Outdoors’ programme, designed for adults from all faith backgrounds and none who have little or no experience of Scottish woodlands and who would like to engage in woodland activities and build friendships with people of other faiths. Eight people will be invited to participate in each session, and video footage and participant feedback will be used to produce a short film promoting outdoor and interfaith activity. The third session focuses on foraging and will be held on Sunday 19 August. For further information and to register, email Project Officer Kemal Okan at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Tuesday 21 August

Bring and Share Lunch - Interfaith Wolverhampton

Interfaith Wolverhampton is holding its next Bring and Share Lunch on Tuesday 21 August.  It will be held from 1pm to 2pm at the Darlington Street Methodist Centre.  (Please arrive by 12.45pm.)  The speaker will be Brenda Shuttleworth, who will be talking about her faith and her work with Fair Trade.  For further information, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).    

Sunday 26 August

Faith Journey on the Canal - Building Bridges in Burnley

Building Bridges in Burnley is holding a Faith Journey on the Canal on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August at Burnley Canal Festival. The event will start at 10am and provide an opportunity to find out more about the group’s faith work.   For more information, visit

Sunday 26 August

Religious Dress in the Flesh - Interfaith Glasgow and the University of Glasgow

Interfaith Glasgow and The University of Glasgow are holding an event called ‘Religious Dress in the Flesh, Exploring religious clothing through interfaith encounter’ on Saturday 26 August from 2pm to 4pm, at the St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, 2 Castle Street, G4 0RH. Five speakers from diverse religious traditions will give short talks explaining what their religious dress means to them, followed by small group conversations with a chance to ask questions and perhaps try something on. The event is free and all are welcome, but registration is essential. For further details and to register, visit

Wednesday 12 September

Charity, religion and the State - Law and Justice: The Christian Law Review

Law and Justice: The Christian Law Review is holding a conference entitled of ‘Charity, religion and the State: an uneasy relationship’ on Wednesday 12 September from 2pm to 5pm at the London Campus, University of Liverpool in London, 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG.  The conference will explore the tensions in the relationship between religious charities and the State, with an emphasis on current issues. Presentations will explore public benefit and religion; the Catholic adoption case; Faith schools and the admission cap; and Limits on the Court and Charity Commission looking at religious doctrine when deciding charitable status.  For further information and to book a place, visit

Wednesday 19 September

The role of the faith sector - Building Bridges in Burnley

Building Bridges in Burnley is holding a forum with Mick Cartledge, Chief Executive of Burnley Council, from 6.30pm to 8pm on Wednesday 19 September at Town Hall, Manchester Road, Burnley, BB11 95A. The theme of the evening will be the role of the Faith Sector in shaping the future of the borough.  For further information contact bea _foster

Saturday 22 September

Peace Day event - Woking People of Faith

Woking People of Faith is holding its annual Peace Day event on Saturday 22 September from 12pm to 1pm at Mercia Walk, Woking. School children who participated in the Peace Day competition will be awarded their prizes by the Mayor of Woking, and there will be entertainment, henna, face painting, readings of peace from faith leaders and more. It is a free public event for all. For more information contact Kerry Barry at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Monday 24 September

Baha’i and Christian attitudes towards violence - Leeds Concord Interfaith Fellowship

Leeds Concord Interfaith Fellowship is holding an event entitled ‘Baha’i and Christian attitudes towards violence’ at 7.30pm on Monday 24 September at the Friends’ Meeting House, 188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 9DX (opposite the Engineering Building).  Speakers include Mehran Nassiri and the Reverend Sam Corley.  For more information, contact John Summerwill on 01132 697 895 or at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Wednesday 26 September

Abrahamic Re-Union - Promoting Peace and Harmony in Difficult Areas - Crawley Interfaith Network

Crawley Interfaith Network is holding a talk on ‘Abrahamic Re-Union – Promoting Peace and Harmony in Difficult Areas’ from 7pm to 9pm on Wednesday 26 September at The Orchard, 1-2 Gleneagles Court, Brighton Road, Crawley, RH10 6AD. Sue Malpas, Senior Lecturer at St Vincent College and Equalities and Diversity Consultant, will be speaking. For further details, contact Iyad Daoud at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or on 01293 883 372.

Wednesday 26 September

Sukkot event - Epsom and Ewell Inter Faith Forum

Epsom and Ewell Inter Faith Forum is holding a Sukkot related event at 7.30pm on Wednesday 26 September at Wimbledon Synagogue, 1 Queensmere Road, Wimbledon, SW19 5QD. The event will include a meeting with Mike Freedman, former RE teacher and member of the synagogue. For more information, contact Lynne Schofield, Secretary, at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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