Programme of Future Events

Future Norwich InterFaith Link Events and Meetings:

If you would like more information about attending any event or if there is a subject you would like to come and talk to us about (provided it meets with the Code of Practice), please use the Contact Us page and message David (Chair),


January 19th 2021 Tuesday 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.


February 16th 2021 Tuesday at 7.30pm

Lucy Coote, Community Ambassador for Rosedale Funeral Homes.

We welcome Lucy Coote who was responsible for the interfaith video last November on our home page. She will share with us her view that Rosedale Funeral Homes in Norfolk are different from most Funeral Directors. What is her role as Community Ambassador? What community initiatives is she involved in? How does she embrace all faiths and aim to integrate her work into the whole community? She is also involved in Training in Schools and with the Police (Bereavement Support, Suicide Awareness, Bereavement in the Workplace, Mental Health First Aid).


March 16th 2021 Tuesday at 7.30pm

The Seven Principles of Spiritualism.

Rona will introduce us to the 7 Principles of Spiritualism, which are the basis of the philosophy of Spiritualism, followed by an open discussion on the similarities between other faiths and beliefs.


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