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A Conversation on the Changing Dynamic of Religious Experience During the Covid-19 Pandemic.

The Coronavirus pandemic has had a dramatic effect on the ways in which people in Scotland and around the world can practise their faith.

One prominent result has been the increased involvement of ordinary people in their faith communities – as they have taken on new roles and helped their communities to continue to thrive in difficult circumstances.

Join us to hear three exciting speakers share their experiences as lay members of diverse communities who have identified opportunities for growth and development alongside the inevitable pain and hardship that Covid-19 has wrought.

There will be opportunities for Q&A and further dialogue in small break out rooms. During the discussion period there will be time to reflect on your own faith experience and the experience of your community within the changing dynamic of religious practise over the last two years.


All welcome!


This event is delivered with support from the University of Glasgow’s School of Critical Studies through their undergraduate student placement scheme.


Disclaimer: This meeting will be recorded and made publicly available via the Interfaith Glasgow Website. The question and answer session, as well as the breakout rooms will not be recorded, only the speaker portion of the event will be recorded. The material generated will be used as a resource for education and research into online worship. Your registration implies consent to this recording process. If you have any questions concerning this please contact info@interfaithglasgow.org

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