Scottish Interfaith Week

Scottish Interfaith Week 2017

The dates of Scottish Interfaith Week 2017 are 12th - 19th November. The theme will be 'Creativity and the Arts'. Religion has been an inspiration for the expression of beauty, witnessed in creative activities such as architecture, art, music and dance. This year gives an opportunity to celebrate the diverse expressions of this creative activity in different religions and cultures.

New Scottish Interfaith Week Website

We have a brand new Scottish Interfaith Week website which will have the programme of events for the week, resources for planning events, flyers and posters and news stories about the week. If you are planning an event please upload it at the new site:

Resources for Scottish Interfaith Week

For resources for Scottish Interfaith Week, including presentations and workshop ideas for community groups and schools click here.


For general resources on interfaith dialogue and the work of Interfaith Scotland click here.

Schools and Youth Art Competition

We have just launched our schools competition for Scottish Interfaith Week. For more details please click here.

Launch of Scottish Interfaith Week

The launch of Scottish Interfaith Week will take place at Discovery Point in Dundee on Monday 13th November from 5.30 - 8.30pm. Contact to book our place by Monday 6th November.

Programme for SIFW 2017 and submitting events

For information on the Scottish Interfaith Week programme for 2017 and how to submit an event click here.

What is Scottish Interfaith Week?

Established by Interfaith Scotland in 2004, Scottish Interfaith Week provides an opportunity for individuals, local interfaith groups and faith communities across the country to celebrate Scotland's religious diversity and to plan events that bring local people together to promote dialogue, understanding and co-operation between Scotland's diverse religious communities.

According to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, "Scotland is a modern multi-faith and multi-cultural country where all people can live together in harmony, and where people of all faiths and ethnic backgrounds can follow their religion or belief and achieve their potential. These events are tremendously important in bringing together different communities united in a common purpose.  We all want to live in a Scotland where mutual trust, respect and understanding form the basis for our lives and our relationships with others. I know that these basic principles will underpin the various events being held up and down the country during interfaith week”.

Scottish Interfaith Week 2011 - 2016

To find out more about Scottish Interfaith Week themes and events            from 2011 - 2016 please click here.


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