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Introduction

The Interfaith Department at the ICC started in 2003.

The main aim of this activity as described by Dr Ahmad Al Dubayan,

"Promote the message of understanding and respect between Muslim and Non-Muslim communities throughout the UK and Europe. It is here also very important always to help Non-Muslim communities and organisations understand that Islam as a peaceful religion and that we are as Muslims open to dialogue on all matters regarding faith."

The Interfaith Department manages many areas such as group visits, training for Non-Muslim Professionals, consultation with Government/Non Government organisations on Race Relations, meetings with the Metropolitan Police on Race relations, lectures and conferences on Islam in Universities, colleges, schools, Churches and Synagogues etc.

If you would like to be informed of future Interfaith events, please register your details here and we will send occasional updates for participation in sha Allah.

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PLEASE NOTE:

Spaces are very limited,
You must RSVP via email or telephone:

interfaith@iccuk.org

Tel 020 7725 2212
Eastern Faiths Scriptural Reasoning Event
Februrary 2016
We are pleased to host a unique Scriptural Reasoning Program for the Eastern traditions.

The 'Eastern Faith Scriptual Reasoning' seeks to engage the Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Assyrian and Buddhist communities so that we may know one another without ignorance.

Date: Wednesday 10th February 2016
Time: 6.30pm - 8.30pm

What is scriptural reasoning?

Scriptural Reasoning is where people from different faiths gather to read and reflect on short passages from their scriptures. Scriptural reasoning is not about seeking agreement, proselytising or 'being right' but rather increasing understanding about one another's traditions and exploring the texts and their possible interpretations across faith boundaries. The result of this is often a much deeper understanding of ones' own and others' scriptures.

The format would include a panel presenting passages from their sacred texts on a chosen theme and modelling scriptural reasoning. The audience will then have the opportunity to try it out for themselves, facilitated by experienced individuals.

49:13 O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted.


Beyond Forgiving Movie Screening and Interfaith Discussion
November 2015
The London Central Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre with Initiatives of Change are screening the award-winning documentary film Beyond Forgiving. This event is to recognise and bring awareness to the national Interfaith week. The focus of the event is on sharing knowledge of different religious traditions; there will be an opportunity for a leader from each faith tradition to share an exposition of forgiveness and patience.

The post-film activity will be exploring the topics and allowing questioning around the interpretation and understanding of these Divine ideals. Speakers include Howard Grace (speaking about an inclusive narrative), Dr Drammeh Interfaith Coordinator London Central Mosque and leaders from the Jewish and Christian faiths.

Date: Thursday 19 November, 6.30pm
Venue: St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London, W1S 1FX

Please note you must RSVP for this event by sending an email to: reception@london.iofc.org or call 020 7798 6000.

For more information regarding this event click here




Click image to make larger >

PLEASE NOTE:

Spaces are very limited,
You must RSVP via email or telephone:

interfaith@iccuk.org

Tel 020 7725 2212
Eastern Faiths Scriptural Reasoning Event
November 2015
We are pleased to host a unique Scriptural Reasoning Program for the Eastern traditions.

The 'Eastern Faith Scriptual Reasoning' seeks to engage the Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Assyrian and Buddhist communities so that we may know one another without ignorance.

Date: Wednesday 18th November 2015
Time: 6.30pm - 9pm

What is scriptural reasoning?

Scriptural Reasoning is where people from different faiths gather to read and reflect on short passages from their scriptures. Scriptural reasoning is not about seeking agreement, proselytising or 'being right' but rather increasing understanding about one another's traditions and exploring the texts and their possible interpretations across faith boundaries. The result of this is often a much deeper understanding of ones' own and others' scriptures.

The format would include a panel presenting passages from their sacred texts on a chosen theme and modelling scriptural reasoning. The audience will then have the opportunity to try it out for themselves, facilitated by experienced individuals.

49:13 O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted.


Interfaith Iftar 2015
June 2015
London Central Mosque would like to thank those who attended our Interfaith Iftar 2015. We reflected on the importance of Ramadan and the refinement of character; to seek guidance, contemplate and be of service through generosity of spirit and compassionate of heart when remembering the poor and needy. We reflected on humanity's failings, commemorating Srebrenica and the genocides that have occurred throughout history as a continuing blight on our civilised world...
Click here for more info and photos


WOVEN THREADS and TORN FABRIC; The story of Yusuf and Zuleikha
April 2015
A Muslim-Jewish Storytelling event, suitable for Adults and Children aged 11 plus.
Join us as we search between the warp and weft for tales of love, loss and longing.
SAT 26th April @ 4pm. St Ethelberga's Centre for Peace, 78 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AG
Tickets need to be secured in advance. See poster for details.

Click here for details and flyer


STAFF STORY; JOURNIES for the SOUL
April 2015.
After pedalling 500kms across UK and France to raise money for the Children of Gaza in 2014, this year's cycle fundraiser turns the challenge up a notch!! In May 2015 our Visits and Interfaith Coordinator will cycle 660kms from the Alhambra Palace in Granada to Fez, the spiritual capital of Morocco to raise money ahead of Ramadan. Keep an eye out on the ICC website for a date where Jayde recounts the journey.

See the route map on the following link.


Like Mother, Like Daughter
April 2015.
Complicite Creative Learning is making a show about women and religion, and we're looking for daughters and their mothers (or mothers and their daughters) who are interested in creating and performing in it.

We're hoping to talk to a whole range of people about their experiences of the world: about their lives, about their faith, and about growing up as - and bringing up - daughters. These stories will then be woven into a performance starring the mothers and daughters themselves, but you do not need to be an actor to take part. The show will be performed at the Battersea Arts Centre in June 2015 and created in association with 3FF and WIN, the Women's Interfaith Network. If you're interested in finding out more about the project, and how to participate, please contact Poppy Keeling: poppy@complicite.org

Click here for details


Catalyst Youth Leadership Program
March 2015.
"Are you (or do you know someone) aged 16-25, and want to make a difference in your own community, meet new people and acquire new skills and knowledge? If so, you are invited to Catalyst, a dynamic and interactive training programme coming to London across 5 days on 17th, 18th and 19th March, and 8th and 9th April.

Candidates need to attend all five days. Places are limited!

Click here for details and to download an application form (word file) - candidates must apply as soon as possible to secure a place"


Co Exist People of Faith Walk as People of Peace
Thursday 19th February 2015
London Central Mosque were very honoured to host the launch of the CoExist Interfaith Walk for Peace. People from all faiths and none joined in the gathering to listen to reflections, inspirations and words of wisdom delivered by Head Imam Sheikh Khalifa and Sheikh Ibrahim Mogra.

The procession continued to other places of worship across London, clearly demonstrating the community's support for love, peace, and coexistence between peoples of all localities, nations and faiths. It was a wonderful turnout which is a clear success for voices of harmony.

Thanks to Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg and Rev Margaret Cave for their organisation of such a splendid event and a special thanks to those who supported us!! If you would like to be informed of future Interfaith events, please register your details here and we will send occasional updates for participation in sha Allah.

Click here to see photos of this event