You are very welcome at the monthly interfaith coffee morning for women. Read the full article for the details.
Mindfulness and the spiritual life is an eight week course that is offered by Reading Interfaith Group and St. Andrew’s Church, Caversham. It is suitable for people of any faith, or no faith. Click on the image or page title for all the details.
On Saturday 16th March 2019, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Womens’ Association Reading is organising an interfaith event themed “Is religion still relevant today?” This event is for ladies only. Read on to find out more.
On Wednesday 23 January, there will be an evening to remember victims of the Holocaust. The evening starts at 6:30 pm and will be held at the Council Chamber at the Civic Offices of Reading Borough Council.
Richard tells us about a research project with Oxford Brookes University, in which he is exploring Reading’s public quiet spaces. He would love to have the input of members of Reading Interfaith Group in his research. Read the full article to find out how you can be part of it!
On Monday the 4th of March at 7:30 pm, we will meet at St James Presbytery. If you have ideas for activities or want to help organise them, please come along. Please register beforehand, because space is limited.
The Fellowship Educational Society is inviting everyone for their Christmas Friendship Dinner on the 12th of December. Please note that the venue has changed. Read this article to find out more!
The Interfaith Week Reception that we organised with the Dialogue Society on the 14th of November, was a great success. Read the whole story here.
On Monday the 3rd of December, we met at St James Presbytery to make plans for 2019.
The University of Reading is inviting everyone to an evening of discussion and debate about “Faith in a changing world”. It is held in interfaith week, on the 13th of November. Read on to find out more.