an exciting conference organised by an alliance of Christian Churches in Birmingham and Churches Together in England that hopes to tackle the often difficult but also exciting question of what it means to be a Christian disciple in a multi faith world.
How does evaluation and impact measurement affect voluntary and community organisations and social enterprises? Does it benefit their users, increase their legitimacy or fundamentally change the way they work?
Over 600 school children from Bedford Borough and Central Bedfordshire will enjoy an interactive exhibition of the beliefs and practices of Bedford’s major religions at Faith Fest 2011 thanks to the efforts of Bedford Council of Faiths in collaboration with SACRE .
This event is a space for young people from all backgrounds and across the Keighley Constituency to come together and explore their perceptions of race relations in Keighley using fun and exciting workshops.
Gladstone's Library (the only residential theology library in the UK) invites you to celebrate World Interfaith Harmony Week 2011 with us in North Wales. From 4th-6th February we are proud to host a weekend of workshops on 'Understanding Islam' led by Dr Chris Hewer, former adviser on interfaith relations to the Bishop of Birmingham.
This course is rooted in Liverpool’s diverse faith community and has been upheld as a model of good practice both nationally (by inter-faith network UK) and inter-nationally (by Network for Inter-Cultural Learning)..