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

A Guided Walk

Tuesday 21st August at 6:00 PM

Organised by Norwich Interfaith Link

Meet outside the Forum, Norwich

The walk will be led by Chris Wood.

A guided walk around Norwich city centre looking at places of faith & religious significance

For further info phone Chris Wood on 01603 667 314

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This is a FREE event.

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Meet The Mormons

Tuesday 18th September at 7:30 PM

Organised by Norwich Interfaith Link

At the Church of Latter Day Saints, 19 Greenways, Norwich NR4 6PA

Either meet at the venue or at the Martineau hall for a free lift.

For further information please contact Mark on 01603 747557
or use the "contact" link on the website.

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Peace Camp at the Forum

Saturday 22nd September at 9am to 4pm

At the Forum

More details to follow

For further info see:

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Interfaith Week

Sunday 11th November

More details to follow

For further info see:

World Religion Day

Sunday 20th January

More details to follow

For further info see: www.World_Religion_Day

International Women's Day

Friday 8th March

At The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Greenways, Eaton, Norwich

More details to follow

For further info see:

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The Great Get Together Picnic

Monday 22nd July

Since the murder of one of our MPs, Jo Cox, the nation is proving "we have far more in common with each other than things that divides us". (Jo Cox)
(more details to follow)

For further info see:

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 Fri 10th Aug, 2018.