Norwich Interfaith Link

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Norwich InterFaith Link is a meeting point for people of diverse religions, cultures and communities, to share experiences and beliefs. In new friendships and shared concerns, bonds of trust are born. We meet at least eleven times a year, for talks on challenging topics, visits and discussions on issues of common concern.

These meetings are usually on the third Tuesday of the month, 7:30 pm at Martineau Hall, Colegate, Norwich. There are some exceptions to this, notably the guided walk in August (different time and start point), our Inter-Faith Week event in November and events organised by other organisations. Some future events that we believe may be of interest are listed below.

Future Events and Meetings


Tuesday 19th December at 7:30 PM

Organised by Norwich Interfaith Link

At the Martineau Hall, Colegate, Norwich

A discussion on all aspects of child-birth in our different traditions.

For further information please contact Chris on 01603 667314
or use the "contact" link on the website.

click here for a map

There is a charge of £3 including refreshments.
All welcome.
(please note there is no parking at the venue)

Beer & Carols

Wednesday 20th December at 8:00 PM

Organised by the Revd. David Austin

At the Catherine Wheel Public House, St. Augustine's Street, Norwich

Revd. David Austin is promoting a Community sing-along of "Beer & Carols" at the Catherine Wheel Public House, St. Augustine's Street, Norwich, on Wednesdays 20th December, at 8pm. "Come ye merry gentlemen & gentlewomen..." Please RSVP to: .

Solstice event

Thursday 21st December at 7:00 AM

Organised by Greater Yarmouth Faith and Belief Network

At Hopton.

David Kelf, of the Gatekeeper Trust (and Greater Yarmouth Faith and Belief Network) is planning an inter-faith Winter Solstice event at Hopton on Thursday 21st December: “down the Beach Road lane and southwards a little way at the cliff edge, from about 7.15am, hopefully to see the sunrise in the east. Anyone is welcome to join me there.”

World Religion Day

Sunday 14th January at 2pm until 4pm

Baha’i community

At the The Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich

This year’s theme is “Music and Poetry”
All welcome! All ages! Contributions from your children’s and junior youth groups very welcome!
If you would like to offer an item for the programme that both reflects and expresses your faith please contact Bridget Macdonald or Chris Wood, if possible by Friday December 15th.

There will be a collection for a donation to the Norwich Society of Friends, who are kindly providing the venue free of charge. Contributions to a shared tea are welcomed.

Collaborative artwork created at the World Religion Day event run jointly with the Baha'i community in January 2017. Picture: Ruth Kenyon.

This site was last updated on Thu 2nd Nov, 2017.