Multi Faith Spaces Exhibition – opening event 10th July

The exhibition, showing the research findings on multifaith spaces from the universities of Liverpool and Manchester, sparked debate among those involved in running or planning these spaces.  The exhibition was packed on Tuesday with practitioners from across London.  (Photo: Phoebe Robertson)

The Revd Dr Howard Worsley (London South Bank University), Helen Sanderson (Quiet Room Designs), Catriona Robertson (Convener, London Boroughs Faiths Network), Yunus Dudhwala (Head of Chaplaincy & Bereavement Services, Barts Health NHS Trust), Dr Chris Hewson (Manchester University) – the five speakers at the opening event on Tuesday. (Photo: Phoebe Robertson)

It has been worthwhile for people closely involved with multifaith spaces to meet up and to share expertise and experience.  Alan Dixon (Salvation Army), Barbara Stanley-Hunt (Barking and Dagenham Faith Forum),  Revd John Sakutombo (St Thomas’s Hospital), Yunus Dudhwala (Barts Health NHS Trust), Faruq Siddiqi (Royal London & Barts Hospitals), Rabbi Markus Lange (Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead). (Photo: Phoebe Robertson)

Bethan Williams (University of the Arts), Prof Harbhajan Singh (Bexley Multi Faith Forum) & Bryan Lovell during the Q & A session at the opening event. (Photo: Phoebe Robertson)

Dr Chris Hewson (University of Manchester), Warwick Hawkins (Department of Communities and Local Government) and Jan McHarry (Buddhist Representative, Faith-based Regeneration Network). (Photo:Phoebe Robertson)

The exhibition’s last day is Friday 13th July, 11am – 4pm, with a workshop on multifaith spaces at airports and commercial spaces at 2.30-4pm.  Details can be found on the flyer.

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