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
Interfaith Scotland will be celebrating International Women's Day with a Women's Interfaith Dialogue Afternoon Tea at the Station Hotel, Lovers Walk, Dumfries, on Sunday 8th March from 2.30 - 4.30pm. The theme is 'Health and wellbeing for body and soul' and the afternoon provides an opportunity for women from all faiths and none to meet together to explore the values that are shared across faiths and the wisdom from our respective faith traditions. The event is free and women of all faiths and none are welcome to attend. Please contact Frances Hume to book your place: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 0141 420 6982. Places are limited and bookings should be made by Monday 2nd March.