Interfaith Work And More

The branch in Sheffield has been ambitious in working hand in hand with people of other faiths to dispel myths and share good practice. The launch of National Interfaith Week, where Sheffield’s coordinator was invited to the House of Parliament, in addition to giving talks at local churches was a highlight. ISB’s work within Sheffield City Council, has helped facilitate homeless dinners, food banks and more. Great things on the horizon, as Sheffield has upcoming events focusing on the care for our planet in addition to embarking on more interfaith work.

Sheffield Interfaith

Sheffield is an inspiring Branch to be part of, especially because of our long term commitment to inter faith relations in Sheffield and beyond. In the current climate communities faith and none come together to talk about issues affecting the city and work together to build relationships of strength, this unity is drawn upon during difficult times and celebrated on key dates in the year. A few examples of our efforts are provided below: Radical living >> Interfaith dialogue Inter Faith Week 2015 Food banks Peace & Unity Walk 2015: Honouring the ordinary – A fantastic show of solidarity by the people[…..]

Interfaith Tree Planting

A display of communal unity rooted in faith and togetherness

Talk: ‘Islam Today’

FUTURE EVENT: 7th November at Burngreave Interfaith Chapel

International Peace Day

A dignified stand for peace in a clear message against hate

Spring Peace Walks

People across faiths walking and praying together, rain or shine

Mosque Open Day

1000 invitations led to a capacity turnout of 200

Sheffield Quarterly Dialogue

The ‘oversubscribed’ Town Hall event that brings different faiths together

About Sheffield

Our work in Sheffield is led by:
Abdul Kadir Gooljar
[email protected]