"Working for the common good through growing friendship and understanding

between people and communities of differing faiths and beliefs"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For National  information CLICK HERE

 

Some local activities around Interfaith week:

29th October 

 

"Radio Suffolk Tuesday Takeover".   This will be a programme about Interfaith activiities in Suffolk

November 10th/11th:

 

Attendance at Armistice Day events

 
Wednesday 13 November
  8 - 9.30 pm
INNER LIFE
What is your inner landscape like?
An interactive talk + demo + music
Finger food + soft drinks provided. Payment by donation (suggested £5)

Unitarian Upper Meeting Room, St Nicholas Court, IP1 1TD
- above nursery school, adjacent to the Unitarian church in Friars St.
Ipswich UnitariansFind Us


Friday 15 November 
7.30 - 9.30
SACRED DANCE & MUSIC 
Easy participatory movements drawn from many traditions. Includes live music on Balafon.
circle dancers & folk dancers this is an opportunity to introduce new people )
Finger food + soft drinks provided. Cost is £5

Quaker Meeting House

 

November 16th : Visit to Gurdwara. The local Sikh community have a programme called .Akand Path which is set over 3 days and  our priests will be reading our holy scripture the Guru Granth sahib cover to cover with completion being on the Sunday. There is an opportunity to vist on Sunday 16th

Saturday 23rd November

 

The local Jewish community (Suffolk Liberal Jewish Community)  are putting on an Interfaith Shabbat service that Saturday 23rd November,  in the Ipswich Quaker Meeting House,  39 Fonnereau Road,  Ipswich, starting at 11.00 am . This is part of the  Ipswich Faith and Community Forum’s commitment to creating opportunities for people to visit other faith buildings and attend services. 

The usual format is that there will be a short shabbat service (lasting about 90 mins),  followed by a shared lunch.  The service will be taken by Nick Feldman.

Please  contact with Barry Spivack   or  Beverley Levy  (click on their name to email them) as we will need to have an idea of numbers,  and let people know what to expect.  We normally bring food towards the shared lunch. 

If you have never been to a Shabbat Service and wonder what to expect please click here

 

Sunday 24th November

 

 Celebrate 20 years OF the BANGLADESHI SUPPORT CENTRE

 (click above to download details)

 

 

Tuesday 19th November

IFCF Annual General Meeting 7.00 pm Tower House, 17 Tower St Ipswich