Interfaith Scotland provides a forum for people from different religions and beliefs to dialogue with one another on matters of religious, national and civic importance. We run dialogue events for young people, women, faith communities, religious leaders, members of Interfaith Scotland and local interfaith groups. We run interfaith workshops in schools and produce interfaith publications and resources. We provide ongoing support to local interfaith groups. We give public presentations, seminars and training on interfaith and faith awareness. We promote and encourage participation in Scottish Interfaith Week. Read more here
Scottish Interfaith Week is taking place from 23rd - 30th November. The theme is 'Journeys of Faith'. Ideas around this theme could include people's personal journeys of faith, an inner journey towards greater spiritual understanding, a physical journey of pilgrimage, looking at the theme of 'journeys' in different faith traditions and scriptures and journeys taken by the prophets or founders of a faith tradition. The launch event will be taking place in Kilmarnock on 23rd November. See our programme for the week below and a short film from our staff members about why interfaith dialogue is important to them. For more information about Scottish Interfaith Week read more here
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