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Interfaith Events in Surrey 2020
Woking People of Faith Events
What are religions doing about race inequality?
Woking People of Faith are holding this event during Interfaith Week on zoom on Thursday 12th November at 7.00 pm—8.30 pm.
Donovan Blair—personal experiences
Rabbi Danny Rich—Jewish perspective
Tanya Williams —Muslim perspective
Rev Paul Davies—Christian perspective
Mandisa Taylor—Baha’i perspective
Shashank Sharma – Hindu perspective
To join on zoom please email: email@example.com
For more information please visit: www.wpof.org.uk
Guildford and Godalming Interfaith Forum Events
Mental Health and Wellbeing in Challenging Times
Guildford and Godalming Interfaith Forum are holding an online Interfaith Service this year on zoom.
There will be a devotional contribution followed by a short talk on the topic from the following faiths: Islam, Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism and Baha’i
Sunday 15th November at 3.00 pm
Or Carolyn Neogi: E: firstname.lastname@example.org | T: 01483 415773
Elmbridge Multi Faith Forum Events
Religions during Covid-19: Spiritual and Practical
Elmbridge Multi Faith Forum are holding an online event during Interfaith Week to hear from different faith perspectives on how they have coped during this time. Speakers from the following religions expected and will be confirmed by the next newsletter: Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu.
Tuesday 10th November, 7.30 pm on zoom
For more information please email:
For more information please visit: https://www.elmbridgemultifaith.org.uk/
Woking Debates 2020
the Woking Debates are continuing on Zoom. For more information or to join please contact Keith Scott: 01483 824980 | email@example.com
On Saturday 7 November – Should we all become vegan?
Would it be better for our health and the health of the planet if we gave up eating and using animal products completely?
Bridget Biddell, of Hampton Estate Farms,
Monique Parker, a nutritional therapist, WWF
Environmental Manager Lauren Wiseman, and
William Sorflaten a campaigner for Viva, will open the discussion.
There will also be ample opportunity for everyone who attends to share their views and concerns about this important topic.
11.00 am start till 12.30 pm
Woking Debates 2021
16 January. Are we giving vulnerable children the help they need?
20 February. Future of Woking
20 March. Knife crime, gang culture and violence.
17 April. Air pollution.
15 May. Arms trade and military expenditure.
The Woking Debates are organised by: Woking Action for Peace, Friends of the Earth, Surrey Faith Links, Woking LA21, Woking Quakers and Woking People of Faith.
South Asian Carers of People living with Dementia
Engagement events – via ZOOM
You are warmly invited to join a series of three (one hour) online forums, organised by the Surrey Carers & Providers Network, aimed at further developing our knowledge and support for carers from the South Asian community affected by dementia.
We are delighted that the sessions will be presented and facilitated by Mohammed Akhlak Rauf MBE, Founder & Director of Meri Yaadain CiC.
To register for the event please contact Hasu Ramji, Event Co-ordinator,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 01883 626264
The dates are:
· 18th November – Scene setting
· 14th December – Carer experience
· 18th January – Meeting cultural needs
All events will take place between 11-12pm
Keeping Children Safe within Faith Settings During Covid-19
Strengthening Faith Institutions (SFI) recognises that during the Covid-19 pandemic the safeguarding of children, staff, and volunteers within faith institutions remains a priority for everyone.
In light of the current situation as a result of the Coronavirus, SFI is working with faith institutions and out-of-school settings to reduce the risk of contracting and spreading of the virus to children, young people, staff, volunteers and their families. The conference will bring together faith institutions, voluntary, community and faith leaders, volunteers, tutors and parents to explore many areas including: some of the current Covid-19 challenges; safeguarding children and young people; developing effective organisations, and identifying what is helping and what is hindering their work; lessons learnt on individual journeys of improvement; what more is needed to be done to keeping children safe.
Wednesday 14th October 10am – 11:30am (Keynote Speakers) 12pm – 4pm (Workshops)
For more information or to register: