Opportunity, encounter and transformation - Reflections on Inter Faith Week - 21st November 2013

As we make our society more inclusive we are all enriched, but this can take time.  We may need to be educated and to learn to listen to other voices.

The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination

An exhibition on Zoroastrian history at SOAS, London now open

The Big Jubilee Lunch Derby

Mon 4th Jun
  eat and share food, fun and cultures!

An evening of Jewish music and soul [Pinner]

Wed 23rd May
 Rabbi Danny Bergson in concert with Ensemble "AHAVA"

Faith in the City - Interfaith Art Exhibition and social events

Tue 22nd Nov - Sun 4th Dec
  Faith in the City is a free interfaith art exhibition, open to all, and part of the Urban Dialogue initiative, co-ordinated by the Three Faiths Forum. It runs 22 November - 4 December and is accompanied by supporting events - A Festival Night (24th Nov); Family Day (27th November) and Womens Day (1st  December). The exhibition, open daily 12 noon-4pm, is at the RED Gallery, 3 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3DT. See the website for information: 

One World Week 2011 - Living for One World

Sun 23rd Oct - Sun 30th Oct
For one week surrounding United Nations Day every October, people of different faiths and backgrounds come together to celebrate each other's cultures to challenge global injustice. People are united by the shared belief that when we understand each other's perspectives, our lives  can be transformed and enriched.  One World Week Online is a rich resource of information including faith-based social action material. See  

WOMEN’S INTERFAITH EVENING: A Redbridge Faith Forum Event

Tue 19th Jul
The tenth in the series of RFF's  Women’s Interfaith Workshops

Melody and Moves: London

Sat 25th Jun
A Showcase of Dance, Music, Drama and more ... performances by a collection of well known artists


Sun 26th Jun - Thu 30th Jun
Box Office Is Now Open For The Largest Jewish Entertainment Festival In Western Europe !

ASHA Centre

The ASHA Centre
ASHA Centre garden
The mission of the ASHA Centre is to promote peaceful co-operation between people of different religions and cultures.
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