To mark World Interfaith Harmony Week 2023, we will be exploring St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art - one of just a handful of interfaith museums in the world. The World Interfaith Harmony Week takes place on the first week of February of every year and aims to [...]
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This Autumn, Interfaith Glasgow (IG) delivered three dialogue events exploring the meaning of climate justice and the ways in which it intersects with other crucial justice issues. Made possible through Lottery funding, these events explored climate justice through the lens of food, gender and finance. Diverse faith and belief communities [...]
After having missed our last two Christmas parties due to Covid, we were delighted to be able to hold our Christmas party in St. Andrew's West Parish Church this year! The party began with board games and craft activities run by volunteers, followed by lunch in the church café which was [...]
To everyone who have shared and donated to our Weekend Club Christmas Appeal – THANK YOU! Through your generosity, we have exceeded our fundraising target, enabling us to buy Christmas presents for our Weekend Club children and help fund the ongoing work of the project, which supports refugees and asylum seekers all year round. [...]
This year, give a gift you know will be loved! We’re fundraising for Christmas presents for the families who participate in our Weekend Club for refugees and asylum seekers and for the ongoing work of the project. Last year, a participant whose son received a present through our Christmas appeal told us: “My boy [...]
At a civic reception hosted by the Rt Hon The Lord Provost Councillor Jacqueline McLaren and Glasgow City Council, over 70 people from across Glasgow’s diverse faith and belief communities came together in the City Chambers to mark Scottish Interfaith Week 2022. Through speeches by the Bailie Christy Mearns, Glasgow’s Depute Lord Provost, and [...]
Big smiles all round at our first Interfaith Family Fun Day since the pandemic, which rounded off Scottish Interfaith Week 2022! Over 300 people joined us at Hillhead Primary School for an afternoon of good food, chat, and fun. At the heart of this event were faith tables where children and their families [...]
After the annual National Hate Crime Awareness Week took place in early October, we ran an informational workshop on hate crime as experienced by people from refugee backgrounds. The event, run in collaboration with WSREC, had a particular focus on racial and religious hate crimes and how to report them, and was attended by [...]
As the leaves are beginning to fall of the trees, the Weekend Club got together for an Autumnal day in the Hidden Gardens and had a lovely time despite the changeable weather! The event began with a delicious meal cooked and served by Weekend Club participants, with chefs cooking food from [...]
We are delighted to share with you the wonderful news that St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art in Glasgow has finally reopened its doors to the public! St Mungo's Museum is unique: named after Glasgow's patron saint, the museum explores the importance of religion in peoples’ lives across [...]