Today marks Day 4 of Scottish Interfaith Week, an annual festival uniting people of all faiths and none across the nation.
Today’s events include a local women’s event in Edinburgh, a Druid Peace Ritual, an online conference tackling loneliness in communities, a food justice dialogue event, a community devotional meeting, and the latest Interfaith Interactions event from Interfaith Scotland.
Your Community (Women’s Event)
This event will provide an opportunity for local women to share their experiences and knowledge about community. We will discuss helping local people and offering support to build bridges of friendship.
Time: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Place: City of Edinburgh Methodist Church 25 Nicolson Square, Edinburgh
Find out more: Your Community (Women’s Event) – Scottish Interfaith Week
Community Devotional Meeting
Meet to pray and share inspirational writings on the theme of community. Please note: This event is not open to public, but if you would like to attend please contact Carrie (firstname.lastname@example.org) who can let the hosts of the devotional meeting know.
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Find out more: Community Devotional Meeting – Scottish Interfaith Week
Druid Peace Ritual
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Find out more: Druid Peace Ritual – Scottish Interfaith Week
We are passionate about online events because people from across Scotland and the world can engage with the festival online and meet people of different faiths.
Here are the online events for today:
Tackling Loneliness in our Communities
This online conference is being held to highlight the issue of loneliness by discussing the Scottish Government Policy on Loneliness; the action that faith communities do and can take to tackle loneliness and to explore proposals for the future.
Time: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
From Food Poverty to Flourishing Communities: How do we get there?
As part of Interfaith Glasgow’s programme of events for Scottish Interfaith Week, which this year has a community theme, we are building on the work of the Interfaith Food Justice Network to host this dialogue event about food justice, community, and faith.
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Interfaith Interactions: Online Dialogue on Community
Interfaith Scotland’s online dialogue event in the Interfaith Interactions series will feature speakers from three different spiritual communities on the Scottish Interfaith Week theme of ‘Community’.
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
You can search for events near you on our festival events calendar.
Some events are added to the programme last minute and may not show up in this list. For all the latest events, please visit our events calendar.