OXFORD THREE FAITHS WEEK 2018

BEYOND THE HEADLINES

Monday, April 9 to Sunday, April 15 2018

at 

St John’s College, University of Oxford

 

Planning Team:

Rabbi Dr. Michael Hilton, Rabbi Emeritus Kol Chai Hatch End Reform Jewish Community, Lecturer, Leo Baeck  College, London

Revd. Dr Liz Carmichael MBE, Emeritus Research Fellow in Theology, St John’s College Oxford

Heather-Jane Ozanne, CEO, Spirit of Peace

Revd. Charlotte-Bannister Parker, Director of Outreach, University Church of St Mary, Oxford

Imam Monawar Hussain, MBE DL, Muslim Tutor at Eton College, Founder of The Oxford Foundation

Oxford Student Adam Moritz

LEARN ABOUT AND EXPERIENCE OTHER FAITHS

The week is open to people of all ages and faiths. It is intended for all who have an interest in the theme, especially:

  1. Students with an interest in other faiths and cultures.

  2. Workers in faith communities.

  3. Teachers, social workers, police, prison officers or anyone who works with faith communities.

The conference will be open to all who have a positive and sympathetic interest in learning what makes other faith communities tick, and a commitment to listen without seeking to convert others to your own views. You do not need to have a personal faith commitment or identification to attend.

LIKELY COSTS INCLUDING ALL LECTURES, MEALS AND ACCOMMODATION:

Residential £395   or Non-Residential £155

Bursaries for people on low income and special scheme for young people, trainees and students.

In association with:

Oxford University Church of St Mary

The Oxford Foundation

Oxford Muslim College

Leo Baeck College, London

Spirit of Peace

Application form at this link: http://bit.ly/2kgISd3