Wythnos Rhyng-ffydd 2018 (11–18 Tachwedd)

From: Nov. 13, 2018, noon
To: Nov. 14, 2018, 8:30 p.m.
Location: Other

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Swansea University Chaplaincy invite you to join with them for the following Inter faith activities.
The purpose of Inter Faith Week is to build good relationships and working partnerships between people of different faiths and beliefs and to welcome of no particular faith who want to find out more.

A group of committed and enthusiastic members of different faiths and beliefs in Swansea have joined to offer the following during this week:

Tuesday 13 November, The Core, Bay Campus, Swansea University:
12 noon – 1pm: Inter Faith Music. Do you play an instrument as part of a faith group? Would you like to join in an interfaith jamming session? Come along with your instrument and see what music we can make together. If you don’t play an instrument come along for the experience.
1pm – 2pm: Food is an important part of faith. Hospitality is encouraged and enjoyed. It is a common bond amongst us. Come and sample some different foods from various faiths and cultures.
2.15pm – 3pm: Meditation on Peace. Peace is something we all strive for. Peace in our World, in our communities, in our lives, in our hearts. Let’s gather together to pray or reflect on what that peace means for us.

Wednesday 14 November, Taliesin Centre, Singleton Campus, Swansea University:
1.00pm onwards – there will be refreshments and opportunities to chat informally to people of different faiths. Come and say hello.
1.30pm – 2.30pm: Inter Faith Music. Do you play an instrument as part of a faith group? Would you like to join in an interfaith jamming session? Come along with your instrument and see what music we can make together. If you don’t play an instrument come along for the experience.
2.45pm – 3.45pm: Pop up Pagan Temple. Come and find out what a pagan temple looks like and what in fact pagans and those from earth religions believe and practice. This is an opportunity to dispel myths and build knowledge.
3-4pm: Meditation on Peace. Peace is something we all strive for. Peace in our World, in our communities, in our lives, in our hearts. Let’s gather together to pray or reflect on what that peace means for us.
For those who do not have to rush away and want to stay for the evening event, there will be food provided by the students from the University Catholic Society.

Wednesday 14 November, Faraday Lecture Theatre, Singleton Campus, Swansea University: Interfaith Question Time Panel, Chaired by The Anglican Archbishop of Wales, The Most Reverend John Davies.

6pm: Refreshments
6.30pm: Question Time panel
8.30pm: End
All are welcome. Please pass on this information


Contact: Sue Fitzpatrick (Email: S.E.Fitzpatrick@swansea.ac.uk)

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Event created by: m.m.tome

 
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