Upcoming Events

26th October: Sussex University: panel event on Prison Chaplaincy. More details to follow.

26th October: Cambridge University: Dr Timothy Winter as the Muslim speaker at the Interfaith and Ecumenism Series.

9th November: Cambridge University: Mr Jay Lakhani as the Hindu speaker at the Interfaith and Ecumenism Series.

23rd November: Cambridge University: Rabbi Mordechai Zeller as the Jewish speaker at the Interfaith and Ecumenism Series.

 

Interfaith Week 2017

CCJ Student Leaders are busy planning their launch events which will be held during Interfaith Week 2017. These will take place at Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, Liverpool, St Andrews and Sussex Universities.

For more details about our Interfaith Week events contact Campus Leadership Manager Katharine

 

Past Events

17th October: Birmingham University: Speed Faithing. For more information see the Facebook event

12th October: Cambridge University: Revd Dr Boris Gunjević as the Lutheran speaker at the Interfaith and Ecumenism Series.

5th April 2017: Coventry University: ‘Interfaith & Chill’. CommUNity Night at Coventry Faith Centre inviting faith societies and local interfaith groups to discuss their experiences of interfaith.

27th February 2017: Cambridge University: Interfaith Bible Study on the book of Esther with Revd Lucy Dallas and Programme Manager Elliot Steinberg.

1st February 2017: Oxford University: Interfaith Formal Dinner with speaker the Venerable Martin Gorick, Archdeacon of Oxford.

18th November 2016: Coventry and Warwick University: Interfaith Shabbat.

17th November 2016: Nottingham University: ‘Faith in the Home’. Sharing experiences of growing up in a religious home and collecting for a local homeless shelter.

16th November 2016: Oxford University: Interfaith Formal Dinner with speaker Dilwar Hussain, Chair of New Horizons in British Islam.

14th November 2016: London School of Economics (LSE): ‘Cain & Abel- Discussion on the First Murder’. Interfaith Bible Study with Rabbi David Mason of Muswell Hill Synagogue and Patrick Moriarty, headteacher of JCoSS and Church of England ordinand.