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Interfaith Pilgrimage of Prayer for Peace

INTERFAITH PILGRIMAGE OF PRAYER FOR PEACE

INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY, SATURDAY 21 SEPTEMBER 2013, 3.30-4.30pm

 

Peace Day will be marked by many activities including an Interfaith Pilgrimage Of Prayer For Peace. This will be a walk or around one mile, starting from Carlisle Circus at 3.30pm and finish at Belfast City Hall at 4.30pm.

The walkers will be required to observe silence during the walk. No banners or placards will be carried. There will be no speeches.

 

The walk is an opportunity to pause, reflect, pray and consider how best to work together to move on from cultures of violence and build cultures of hospitality and safety for all. Walkers will be invited to pray for peace and a world free of weapons and warfare.  

Rabbi Singer Talk

The Council for Christians ansd Jews invite you to a talk by Rabbi David Singer on "Religion and Responsibility".

Read more: Rabbi Singer Talk

Draft Constitution

Below is a link to the draft Constitution for consideration by Forum members at the AGM on 24th April 2013.

 

Draft Constitution

 

Interfaith Visits

Interfaith visits in Belfast, Dublin and Fermanagh

 

The Inter-Faith Forum has recently been running a course on world religions for a group in Cavan. The final part of the course is a series of visits to various places of worship and other venues.

 

There are a small number of places available for members and friends of the Inter-Faith Forum. There is no charge - but you must register in advance. You can join us for the entire day or for part of it, by arrangement.

 

The programme is included below. For more information contact Edwin Graham

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Read more: Interfaith Visits

Two Courses on World Religions

With the support of the local District Councils the Inter-Faith Forum is delivering two courses on world religions during January and February 2013.

 

The course in Newtownards is on Tuesday mornings 10:30 - 12:30 followed by a light lunch. It is held in Newtownards Arts Centre.

The course in Downpatrick is on Tuesday evenings - 7:30pm - 9:00pm and it is held in Down County Museum.

 

If you are interested in attending either course see below for contact information. Please register in advance to assist with catering arrangements. There is no charge for either course.

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The programme for both courses includes presentations by people from a wide range faith backgrounds.

More information about the programme for each course is available from:

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