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.

Gayatri Verma, Treasurer of Norwich InterFaith Link with the Lord Mayor of Norwich at a previous year’s Peace Camp

Norwich Peace Camp and Peace Cycle 2021.
Norwich InterFaith Link will be at the Forum on Saturday 25th September for the 15th Annual Peace Camp. Please come and visit our stand, say hello and find out more about us.
Norwich Peace Camp & Peace Cycle embrace a united commitment of local peace, community, faith, charity, environmental, human rights and other groups and organisations – many with national and international connections – to peace, justice and better understanding.

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.

Next Meeting

September 21st 2021 Tuesday at 7.30pm

A leading educator from the Norwich  Liberal Jewish Community,  Annie Henriques, will explain the main features of Jewish observance with reference to easily recognisable artefacts and inviting questions. As Religions of the Book, Judaism is the forerunner of the Christian and Muslim traditions sharing a common history and revelation through God’s messengers.
But what and why are there now differences between the Liberal and Orthodox traditions of Judaism? If religions are to remain relevant in the modern world, what are the challenges and developments they need to adapt to?

Details of how to join this meeting will follow shortly.

Click here to see the full Programme of Events for Norwich InterFaith Link

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