RFF NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT, PLEASE DONATE JUST £10 AND IT WILL BE DOUBLED BY LOCAL GIVING, GROW YOUR TENNER 2014 CAMPAIGN!
It’s that time of year again where Redbridge Faith Forum (RFF) is asking for your support. ‘Double your donations with Grow Your Tenner 2014’ began at 10 am on Tuesday 14th October 2014. This is a scheme sponsored by the Office for Civil Society. Are you willing to donate (or get someone else to donate) £10? The funding will end 31st January 2015 at 10am, or when the pot runs out – whichever is first.
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Faith Communities Join the Walk for Peace
Some of the assembled group at the Ilford Islamic Centre
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More than 100 people from all faiths joined together on Sunday 19th October 2014 for this sixth Redbridge Faith Forum Annual Multi Faith Walk of peace. Rabbi Larry Becker set us on our way with a message of peace drawing our attention to the fact that peace is not just about absence from war but included absence from poverty and disease.
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The next event in the series will be held at Redbridge Jewish Community Centre, Sinclair House,Woodford Bridge Road, Ilford, IG4 5LN. All faiths and none are welcome; full details can be found here.
On 12th November the Women’s Group met at the Singh Sabha London East Gurdwara, in Seven Kings. Parminder Kaur Kondral and a group of Sikh women gave a warm welcome and introduced the main topic for the session ‘Feasts, Festivals and Holy Days ~ What do we celebrate?’ by telling the group of the main Sikh Festivals. Women from different faiths then spoke with enthusiasm about some of their major faith festivals and celebrations. This addressed many misconceptions about which were the major festivals and what was also a cultural tradition but not necessarily a religious teaching. Our generous hosts fed us well with pakoras, biscuits and tea as well as inviting all to join them in the langar for a most welcome vegetarian meal. To view full report click here
Redbridge Faith Forum (RFF) is organising five repeat, dementia awareness raising sessions at different faith community venues entitled “towards dementia friendly faith communities”. Dementia can affect anybody regardless of faith, gender, age or any other background. Sessions are open to all who wish to attend wherever it takes, whether they belong to the faith group of the venue, to another faith group or none. Alli Anthony of the Alzheimer’s Society, who so compellingly put the case for better care of dementia sufferers and the people who look after them on the occasion of our Women’s day Open Forum in March, will lead again.
A poster advertising the event and giving the dates, times and venues for the sessions is available here.