The East London Three Faiths Forum have organised another trip to Jerusalem and the Holy Land in October 2018 – please click here for all the details including how to book your place.
Please come and join us for a fun evening at our forthcoming summer quiz night on Wednesday 18th July 2018 in The Drive Methodist Church Hall from 7pm. Come on your own and joing a team or why not bring along a group of friends to make up your own team (8 people to a team). This promises to be a fun and relaxed evening whilst raising funds for Redbridge Faith Forum. Tickets just £5 a head – bring your own food/nibbles and soft drinks (no alcohol please).
Parking available in side roads and the venue is on bus routes 145 and 366 (The Drive) and bus route 66 (Eastern Avenue).
Please click here for the flyer – posters available from the office – email email@example.com or phone 0208 708 2478.
This meeting continued our theme of “Routes out of Poverty” and we were delighted to have speakers from organisation who offer practical support to people living in poverty or struggling with debt, including Redbridge & Barking & Dagenham Foodbank, TCL Reuse Centre and Christians Against Poverty.
Please click here for a full report including photographs.
A group of 12 women enjoyed a very interesting and informative walk around Bow to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Led by Registered Tour Guide Eli Bloom we heard inspirational stories from the lives of influential women who worked selflessly to promote social justice in their lifetimes.
We heard about political pioneers, philanthropists, suffragettes and social reformers all associated with Bow in the East End and were able to view the buildings and monuments they were associated with.
The walk ended at Unity community cafe at the Bromley by Bow centre where coincidentally a very well attended event was taking place also celebrating International Women’s Day! We were all grateful to enjoy some warming soup and have the chance to chat informally and form new friendships.
Redbridge Faith Forum would like to thank Eli for giving so freely of her time to give us a wonderful morning and the opportunity to raise some funds for the charity. Eli has a website www.londonatyourfeet.com and can offer a range of walks to groups.
A report is available here.
We were glad to give a warm welcome to the women who made it through the snow and the bitterly cold wind to join us in St Andrews Church Hall on Wednesday 28th February for our workshop taking continuing our theme of “Weddings: – Ceremony, Custom & Tradition”
Having heard about Baha’i, Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish and Sikh wedding customs in other, recent workshops, this workshop was the last in this very interesting and stimulating series. We heard from Christian and Muslim speakers about Christian and Muslim wedding ceremonies, customs and traditions .
It proved to be a very informative and enjoyable afternoon with plenty of informal discussion around the topics raised. A report will be available here in due course.
Our women’s workshops are free to attend, and are generally very informal with plenty of opportunity for discussion, questions & answers in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
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