- Devi Maa Poojan :7:00pm – 8:00 pm
- Garbha Raas & Dandiya : 8:00pm – 10:30pm
You are cordially invited to attend the above talk at the UK Islamic Mission (UKIM) Sheffield Centre
Speaker: Dr Chris Hewer
A Christian Scholar of Islam and Author of a number of Books on Islam and Christianity
Date & Time: Friday 4th November 2016, 6:30PM
Venue: Faith & Fraternity Forum
UK Islamic Mission Sheffield
525 Abbeydale Road, Sheffield, S7 1FU
Dr Chris Hewer’s Presentation: 6:30 to 9:30PM
(Interspersed with Questions from the Audience)
Dinner Served: 9:30PM
RSVP: Jamil Akhtar
This will take place on Wednesday 5 October at St Patrick’s Church, Sheffield Lane Top (S5 0QF) from 7.30 to 8.30pm.
Everyone is welcome, whether people of faith or not, to drop in and spend a moment or two in silence, to light a candle, as a sign of our common humanity, our solidarity with those who are suffering in Syria, and our yearning for peace.
Donations will be accepted for the British Red Cross Syria Appeal.
For further information contact Andrew Crowley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Multifaith Chapel & Library
86 Spital Hill Sheffield S4 7LG
MON. 2nd May 2016
12 Noon – 2:30 PM
11 AM Book sharing
12 Noon Meditation – Chris Bulloch
12:30 PM Vegetarian Lunch – Jackie Davison
1:15 PM Seminar Theme: Inspiration
4 Great Sheffield Doctors I Worked With –Mr Hynds, Mr Crawford, Mr Reed & Dr Wilkes
– Ruth Bird
ALL ARE WELCOME FREE OF CHARGE!
DONATIONS WELCOME AS ABLE!
For details please contact Debjani Chatterjee by email if possible: email@example.com
Although not essential, it helps the cook if you email to say you are coming.
Future Sessions on First Mondays
Jun 6, Jul 4, Aug 1, Sept 5
You are invited to come for music, words and for silence. In our busy world a quiet time can be appreciated, so silence will be an important part of this hour. All are welcome.
For more details see below
Christ Church, Pitsmoor Road, Sheffield Saturday 16th April 10.00 – 3.30pm.
Led by Dr Chris Hewer. http://chrishewer.org/
“Best teaching day I’ve been to in years”,
“Brilliant, faith challenging event”.
There is no charge, but donations would be welcome on the day. Please bring your own packed lunch. If you would like to come please contact
Rev Liz Wills 0114 2610732 or
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org giving your name and contact details.
Islam Awareness Week begins this coming Monday on the 14th March at 6.30 pm with an event at St Cuthbert’s church . See the details below for more information
The meeting on Friday 18th March begins at 6.30pm.
Compassion is not a popular virtue. Very often when I talk to religious people, and mention how important it is that compassion is the key, that it’s the sine-qua-non of religion, people look kind of balked, and stubborn sometimes, as much to say, what’s the point of having religion if you can’t disapprove of other people?
One of the chief tasks of our time must surely be to build a global community in which all peoples can live together in mutual respect; yet religion, which should be making a major contribution, is seen as part of the problem. All faiths insist that compassion is the test of true spirituality and that it brings us into relation with the transcendence we call God, Brahman, Nirvana, or Dao. Each has formulated its own version of what is sometimes called the Golden Rule, “Do not treat others as you would not like them to treat you,” or in its positive form, “Always treat others as you would wish to be treated yourself.” Further, they all insist that you cannot confine your benevolence to your own group; you must have concern for everybody — even your enemies.
We are a newly formed group of women who identify with faith – either a major world religion or a sense of faith in ourselves and our female identity. We aim to explore the ways in which we can challenge violence and oppression perpetrated in the name of faith or against faith and support women of faith to stand together in non-violent affirmation of our right to expression of our beliefs and freedom.
We will be holding a silent vigil on International Women’s Day, 8 March, outside the Town Hall, from 1.00-1.45, to remember women oppressed by violence, killed or enslaved in war and discriminated against because of their faith or lack of faith.
All women are welcome to join us. For more details, contact us on email@example.com
Seekers Academy and Iman FM are pleased to announce a unique event titled ‘With Love, Muhammad & Jesus’. The aim of this event is to improve interfaith relations and promote dialogue. It is also an opportunity to enhance community cohesion and demonstrate unity between Muslims and non-Muslims in these testing times. This will be achieved through positive interaction and distribution of sweet packs with message tags highlighting love, compassion and mercy.
Volunteers are required on Sunday 20th December @ 1pm in Iman FM Studio, 6 Chippingham Place, Sheffield to assist with sweet packing and on Wednesday 23rd December @ 12pm to help with distributing the sweets in Rotherham and Sheffield.
If you are able to free some time and help please contact us on 01142 420551/07886 449654.
See Poster below
To contact Sheffield Interfaith
To contact Shirley House
Phone: 0114 267 8289
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