Interfaith Week returns this November to celebrate how religions can work together as well as in their individual manifestations.
This a national initiative designed to strengthen faith relations at all levels and to increase awareness of the faith and non-faith communities in the UK and celebrate the positive contribution members make to their neighbourhoods and the wider society.
How to get involved?
Thursday 18th November 2021 10.30am – 1pm
The Quaker Friends Meeting House, Stramongate, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 4BH
AWAZ Cumbria and the South Lakeland Equality and Diversity Partnership (SLEDP) present talks on interfaith by
Sister Margaret Atkins CRSA is a Catholic Christian, a Sister of the Community of Augustinian Canonesses at Boarbank Hall in Cumbria.
Carlo Schröder is a member of the Baha’i Faith and when he lived locally used to be part of the local Cumbria and Lancashire Baha’i community. As the former Inter Faith Development Officer for the North West, he helped the development of interfaith in Cumbria.
All welcome Free – donations welcome
AWAZ Cumbria empowers the voices of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) People and Communities in Cumbria
AWAZ Cumbria aims to create strong and vibrant BME communities, fully engaged in the decisions which affect their growth and development.
Our shared vision with the people of Cumbria is to build pride in and make Cumbria a place where:
- Everyone is welcome to live, learn, work, visit and conduct business;
- People celebrate their diversity and maintain their heritage;
- BME communities and local people work together to tackle prejudice and promote understanding.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org