Archive for January, 2018

‘Jihad of Jesus’ Tour

Dave Andrews & Julie Siddiqi in conversation
UK Tour: The Jihad of Jesus  21 – 27 March

Relations between Muslims and Christians present a key opportunity to affirm faith and nurture solidarity in our current context while recognising that there are challenges and differences too.

Well-know British activist Julie Siddiqi and popular Greenbelt Festival speaker Dave Andrews will discuss their thoughts and ideas through their experiences over many years in a frank and open conversation that will stimulate rich discussion with each audience.

Eleven towns and cities across the country are hosting afternoons or evenings with Dave and Julie. Come & join the conversation.  Booking details for each venue are being added here; please check for updates.  Contact CMF for further information.

Wed 21 March  1.00pm LONDON  Reserve your place for the London launch here.

                          6.30pm CAMBRIDGE Cambridge Muslim College  Tickets by invitation only.

Thu 22 March   1.00pm BIRMINGHAM St Peter’s Church  Book here.

                          6.30pm WALSALL Minhaj-ul-Quran Centre  Book here.

Fri 23 March     6.00pm BLACKBURN Cathedral  Book here.

Sat 24 March    6.00pm BRADFORD Cathedral  Book here.

Sun 25 March    1.00pm MANCHESTER, Altrincham Mosque  Reservation link coming soon.

                          6.30pm COVENTRY Cathedral  Book here.

Mon 26 March   6.30pm SLOUGH, St Mary’s Church  Book here. 

Tue 27 March   1.00pm GLOUCESTER, Barton Road Methodist Church Book here.

                         6.30pm LUTON venue tbc Book here.  

Download the flyer here.  More information about Dave’s book, The Jihad of Jesus, can be found on his website, and you can purchase a copy ahead of the Tour here.

Lord Bourne visits mosque

Lord Bourne, Minister for Faith, visits Church-Mosque Twinning Programme at Old Kent Road Mosque

Lord Bourne (third from right, standing) at Old Kent Road Mosque this afternoon, meeting those involved in involved in the longstanding links between the Mosque and local churches St Philip’s Camberwell and St Peter’s Walworth.

The Minister for Faith observed Friday Prayer at the Mosque and then joined Imam Kazeem Fatai, Saidat Oketunde and Ola Yusuff from the Mosque, Revd Anna Macham from St Philip’s Church and Revd Andrew Moughtin-Mumby from St Peter’s Church to learn more about how church-mosque twinning works.

Imam Kazeem and Siriol Davies, who leads the Church-Mosque Twinning Programme for CMF, convened the discussion.

The Ven Dr Jane Steen, Archdeacon of Southwark, Liz Carnelly, Programme Director for Near Neighbours, took part in the discussion.

Listen to the podcast of Imam Kazeem and Mtr Anna in conversation at St Philip’s Vicarage, recorded this week.

Download the booklet for pictures and information about these twinning partnerships.