There are plenty of ways to be involved in interfaith activities in Glasgow
The best way to get up to date information is to sign up to our e-mailing list – just drop us an email at email@example.com, or call us on 0141 558 0778
Faith to Faith at St Mungo Museum
Every month, usually on the 2nd Sunday from 2-4pm, come along and listen to two speakers from diverse backgrounds offering personal insights into topical issues relating to faith, belief and society.
There is always plenty of time for questions and dialogue, tea and cake – all in an informal and welcoming environment. No matter what your background, and whether you are religious or not – everybody is welcome.
This series is delivered in partnership with St Mungo Museum.
Scriptural Reasoning is a type of interfaith dialogue where people come together in small groups to read extracts of scripture together in an informal, friendly setting. In each session participants look at a particular theme like fasting, creation or poverty. The aim is not for participants to agree but to grow in their understanding of each other. We currently have a group for Jews, Christians, and Muslims that meets every six weeks, rotating around different places of worship in Glasgow on a weekday evening. we have also organised wider Scriptural Reasoning discussions to include members of other faith and belief traditions backgrounds. For more information click here.
If you are interested in becoming involved or would like more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekend Club – Participants and Contributors Welcome!
We have a team of 12 fantastic volunteers from different religion and belief backgrounds to deliver our exciting new Weekend Club initiative. This is an interfaith response to the identified lack of services for refugees, asylum seekers, and new migrants at the weekend. Our interfaith group of volunteers will deliver a programme of monthly ‘Weekend Club’ activities to tackle the social poverty experienced by refugees, asylum seekers, and new migrants over the weekend and . If you are a refugee, asylum seeker, or new migrant, or if you work with these groups and would like to hear more, do get in touch! If you have ideas, skills, or venues you think might be useful to this venture, please contact Lynnda at: email@example.com
Festivals Exchange Programme
Ourr Festivals Exchange Programme celebrates the rich religious and cultural diversity of the South East and aims to foster friendship-building and improved interfaith understanding by providing opportunities for people from different faith and belief backgrounds to gain a better understanding by partcipating in each other’s religious festivals. If you’re interested in coming along to our Festival Exchange events, please sign-up to our mailing list to receive details or email Kemal: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interfaith Food Justice Networking
We have been working in partnership with Faith in Community Scotland’s Transformation Team to create opportunities for networking, collaboration, and sharing of best practice between diverse religious and non-religious groups in Glasgow who work in the area of food justice. If you are working in this area and would like to get involved, please contact: email@example.com or follow us on facebook
Our annual celebration of Interfaith cooperation. If you or your group would like to host an event or activity for interfaith week, check out the details here: or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep in touch!
From time to time we do have other opportunities for volunteers to be involved in one-off events likeour Family Fun Day, or to help us with specific projects. If you are interested in the work we do and think you have a skill/s to offer – be in touch! email@example.com