For information about planning your own interfaith event take a look at our Event Planning Guide

 

Upcoming Events

18th-24th February: Bristol Interfaith Week at Bristol University

12th March: Interfaith Living Library at Cardiff University

3rd April: Interfaith Social Night at Cardiff University

23rd May: Fear, Faith and Free Speech at Oxford University

 

Past Events

‘Interfaith Shabbat’,

Cambridge University

‘Speed-Faithing’,

Birmingham University

‘Purim, Ayyám-i-Há and Lent’,

Durham University

“It was encouraging to see such interest among the attendees in learning about other faiths and reflecting on their own.”

“If there is one thing that working towards interfaith engagement on campus has taught me, it is the need to harness the buzz and the energy that follows an event to make sure that discussion continues beyond that event.”

“Unity does not require us to paralyse our beautiful heterogeneity as a community of humans, unity requires us to celebrate and cherish our differences and this is why we gathered together.”

     
 

‘Faith in the home’,

Nottingham University

‘Faith & Feminism’,

Sussex University

‘Food, Faith, and Friendship’,

Liverpool University

“Building communication and open dialogue between faiths is essential.”

An opportunity to “see the progress that women have made in Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Humanist communities, their struggles, and how they have come to understand their place in the world not only as a woman, but as a woman of faith.”

“It is great to have met some new friends, help those in need and gain insight into the different faith perspectives on the significance of food, faith and friendship”

     
     

‘Hate Speech and Religious Conflict’,

St. Andrews University

‘Mental Health and Faith’,

Bristol University

‘CommUNity Night’,

Coventry University

“We felt that we had really contributed to the level of interfaith discussion on campus, on a topic that needs more attention and debate.”

“I left the event feeling reassured that religious institutions do not have to dismiss mental illness as a crisis of faith, or, worse, as some divine punishment. It was a hopeful moment.”

“We’d like to thank CCJ for your dedication to helping us provide interfaith and training on our campus.”

     

‘Interfaith Formal’,

Oxford University

‘Scriptural Reasoning’,

LSE

‘SpeedFaithing’

Edinburgh University

“It is encouraging to see so many students keen to make Interfaith Formals a regular initiative to build strong relationships between faith students at Oxford.”

“It was delightful to see a real development of the level of engagement between faith societies.”

“We are very excited to build up on the relations that this event started.”

   

‘Interfaith Shabbat’,

Durham University

Holocaust Memorial Day Trust National Ceremony ‘Interfaith Question Time’,

Cardiff University

 

“This is exactly why I wanted to engage in interfaith dialogue, and it was amazing to see how these things came to life by the hands of a few enthusiastic people.”

“The ceremony and reception afterwards left me with much to reflect on and has challenged me to learn more about and better understand genocides of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.”

“Around 90 eager students were present who asked many questions”