Norwich InterFaith Link
Norwich InterFaith Link is a meeting point for people of diverse religions, cultures and communities, to share experiences and beliefs. In new friendships and shared concerns, bonds of trust are born. We meet monthly, usually the third Tuesday, for talks on challenging topics, discussions on issues of common concern, with occasional visits or other activities.
During Covid-19 our monthly meetings are taking place by Zoom video link on your computer with members on our mailing list given details and reminders by email.
To be added to our email list, please complete the Mailing List form.
Tuesday 19th January 2021 at 7.30pm
World Religions Day. A presentation by members of the Bahai religion in Norfolk.
World Religion Day is celebrated every January to promote understanding and peace between all religions, encouraging people to learn about other faiths and their followers. It was initially started in 1950 by followers of the Bahá’í faith. This is a faith that was founded in 1863 in Iraq. Bahá’ís believe that all religions have common features and that all religions should be respected. They believe that there is one God who is known by different names in all religions. In their faith, this God is the reason for the development of all religions over the years. Followers of the Bahá’í faith believe that all humans are born equal, and that we all have the same rights regardless of the religion or creed we follow.