Bringing Members of Different Faiths Together

An Interfaith discussion on the impact of Codid-19, available on YouTube


October 2021. Following our September meeting with the Liberal Jews, David Griffiths (Chair) was invited to a Bar Mitzvah ceremony at Colegate when a 13 year old boy (photo) had to read a portion of the Torah scroll in Hebrew to become an adult. He read about Noah and the rainbow promise from God and then did a speech in English on the need for looking after the earth and climate change, saying he was giving 10% of his Bar Mitzvah gifts to a climate charity.
Members of his family had come from the USA.
Norwich InterFaith Link Members who wish to attend one of their monthly meetings are welcome, so please contact David for details. 

9th April 2021. It is with sadness that we heard today of the death of Prince Philip. He was the founder of ARC Alliance of Religions and Conservation which serves as a reminder of the work he did to unite the world religions in taking seriously their responsibility for the environment as God’s creation.
The website has now been archived so the following link may not load on some browsers but it can still be found via a search engine.


Lady Dannatt, the Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk, praised the long standing role of faith groups in the community, “Faith groups are at the centre of our communities. I would take this opportunity to thank you all for the crucial role you play in your communities.”
Network Norfolk: Lady Dannatt asks for Norfolk help from all faith groups

In Norfolk a multi-faith resilience plan has been drawn up for end of life care and funerals in the light of each faith’s requirement, with Aylsham Anglian priest, Rev David Hagan-Palmer, contacting faith groups on behalf of Norfolk County Council.

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