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October 6th Interfaith event attended by members of NIFL.

The talk reflected on the commandments to love God and love our neighbour in the Holy Land from a Rabbi, an Iman, and a priest.

Sheikh Ibrahim Mogra is a leading Iman and lecturer and a member of the Muslim Council of Britain. Rabbi Natan Levy is Head of Operations for Faiths Forum for London and a University Chaplain. Revd Dr Yazid Said, is an Anglican priest, from Nazareth. He currently lectures in Islam at Liverpool Hope University.

The discussion has been organised by Revd David Longe who was chaplain to the Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, where he gained experience in inter-faith relationships. He became Rector of the Matlaske Benefice near Holt in 2018.


Photos in order of Sheikh, Rabbi, Priest, David Longe.

Sheikh Ibrahim Mogra Rabbi Natan Levy Revd Dr Yazid Said David Longe
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Chris Wood leads walk around Norwich buildings. Tuesday July 9th 2019.

Photo of Chris and his followers.
A walk around Norwich buildings
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Visit to Attleborough Buddhist centre on June 11th 2019.

An enjoyable evening for seven of us.
Attleborough Buddhist centre
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24th April 2019

The Norwich Interfaith Link group echoes the statement of the UK national InterFaith Network of Co-Chairs, expressing our condolences to the communities, families and individuals caught up in the Easter Day terrorist attacks on Roman Catholic churches, hotels and other properties in Sri Lanka. Such attacks on worshippers and global tourism emphasise the need for the human family to stand together and continue to work against ignorance, prejudice, hatred and extremism with even greater commitment. The right of all communities to worship freely while respecting other people’s freedom within the law to express their beliefs, is promoted by increasing opportunities to learn to understand what others believe and value, in an atmosphere of mutual respect for difference without conflict. Together, we ask for a greater awareness of the need to listen and respond to others with openness and respect, so we can move forward to work in ways that acknowledge genuine differences, but build on shared hopes.