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The Coexist Pilgrimage

Event date:
19/02/2015 11:00 am
Event End Date:
19/02/2015 4:00 pm
Individual Price:
Free - Donations welcome

People of faith walk as people of peace

Leaders from Britain's major faiths are setting out on a pilgrimage across London, to affirm a shared commitment to freedom, equality, democracy and respect for life.

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Building Networks Across Difference

Event date:
17/02/2015 10:00 am
Event End Date:
17/02/2015 4:30 pm
Cut off date:
01/12/2014
Available places:
25
Individual Price:
£25.00


17 February, 2015 9:30 am for 10.00

A full-day training workshop exploring networking within and between faith communities. We will situate networks in individual contexts, and share knowledge, signposting and challenges through interactive sessions. This event is being run in partnership with St Ethelburga's.

This training day seeks to:

  • increase understanding of what networking means across faiths and in different contexts;
  • share knowledge and signposting between participants;
  • exploring best practice both within and between communities;
  • look at what the aspects of a well-networked community entail.

This day is aimed at anyone in a position of responsibility or leadership within a faith community who would like to increase their knowledge and understanding of networking, and have new conversations across diverse contexts.

The day will run from 10.00 -4.30 in the tent at St Ethelburga's. Refreshments will be provided in the foyer from 9.45am and there will be breaks throughout the day. Please bring your own lunch with you.

Price

£50 - corporate or large charity
£25 - small charity

Location
St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace
78 Bishopsgate
London, EC2N 4AG
United Kingdom

Family - Benefits and Challenges

Event date:
07/02/2015 10:00 am
Event End Date:
07/02/2015 4:00 pm
Individual Price:
£10.00

The Family – Benefits and Challenges

 

 The Christian Muslim Forum, in partnership with the Islamic Centre of England and St Augustine’s, Kilburn, invites you to a day conference. The day will focus on the importance of family and what it offers to society as well as current challenges.

 

Saturday, 7 February 2015 from 10.00 to 16.00 at St Augustine’s, Kilburn (morning session) and the Islamic Centre of England, Maida Vale (afternoon session).

 

 

 

Conversations For The Soul

Event date:
15/01/2015 6:45 pm
Event End Date:
15/01/2015 8:30 pm
Individual Price:
Free - Donations welcome

 

SGI UK Buddhist South London National Centre

 1 Bernays Grove SW9 8DF Brixton

Opposite Brixton underground station walk up Tunstall Road past Morleys store on your left 

and take the first left into Bernays Grove

 

Mercy, compassion and love in Christianity and Islam

Event date:
17/12/2014 6:30 pm
Event End Date:
17/12/2014 8:00 pm
Individual Price:
Free - Donations welcome

Open Discussions

in association with

Gulf Cultural Club and the Christian Muslim Forum

invite you to a Discussion titled

Mercy, compassion and love in Christianity and Islam

 

Speakers:

Sheikh Mohammad Ali Shomali, Director of the Islamic Centre of England*

Reverend Maggie Hindley; Co-Director of the London Inter Faith Centre**

Robin Marsh; Secretary General of Universal Peace Foundation***

Mahera Ruby; Researcher at Goldsmith University

 

The present turbulent world appears to be heading to be heading towards the wilderness of conflict, hate and mistrust. For centuries advocates of religious values and doctrines have been promoting noble values and a culture of peaceful co-existence with adherents of other religions, despite the wars that were often given religious justifications. Despite St Augustine’s relentless work on laying the principles of “just war” in order to de-legitimise unnecessary and unethical conflicts, there remains visible absence of the culture of compassion, love and mercy. How can we establish a society of peace and love while evil is establishing foothold in our communities? How can people of religion disseminate the values of mercy and compassion to defeat those of exclusion and takfir?

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