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.
April 27th 2021 Tuesday at 7.30pm
The Zoom room will open at 7.00pm to allow time for chat and introductions
Our speaker for April will be Rev Karlene Kerr, Norwich Anglican Diocese Bishop’s Adviser for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Affairs.
My passion is for justice, ensuring all BAME staff are on an equal footing, and that there is an intention to address racism as antithetical to the gospel, working together to ensure the church is a place where, whatever their role, class, race or ethnicity, all feel welcomed, valued and respected. My role is being a “critical friend” of the Bishops, giving honest feedback. I will be having open and honest discussions, listening without judgement and assumptions, acknowledging and celebrating diversity and differences as a gift from God.(https://www.dioceseofnorwich.org/app/uploads/2021/01/PCC-News-Spring-2021-vWeb.pdf)