WELCOME TO HARROW INTERFAITH
FORMERLY KNOWN AS HARROW INTERFAITH COUNCIL
FAITHS IN HARMONY
Our aim is to build understanding and respect among faiths in Harrow.
Harrow Interfaith is a voluntary organisation established in 1984. HIF consists of individuals and representatives of faith groups who fulfil the requirements of the organisation.
HARROW INTERFAITH works with the Harrow Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) and contributes to religious education and collective worship in schools. HIF encourages young people in their youth organisations, faith communities, local colleges and universities to participate in interfaith activities. HIF works to solve problems experienced by local faith communities in the practice of their religion.
We welcome people of all faiths and none.
|21 Dec 2018||WINTER SOLSTICE|
|25 Dec 2018||CHRISTIAN||CHRISTMAS DAY
The day celebrating the birth of Jesus.
|24 Jan 2019||BUDDHIST||BODHI DAY
A day when some Buddhists celebrate Gautama reaching enlightenment under the Bodhi tree.
THREATS FROM THE FAR RIGHT
Jemma Levene, the deputy director of Hope not Hate
Hope not Hate undertakes research on far right activity, positive community building and educational work
for details contact: David Lerner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
9th HARROW TAMIL THAI PONGAL CELEBRATION
19th Jan 2019, 6.00pm to 9.00pm
Council Chamber, Civic Centre, Station Road, Harrow HA1 2XF
Contact Suresh Krishna, on behalf of Harrow Tamil Community Association
Tel: 07967 565 477
Rabbi Sacks on ‘The Home We Build Together’
An animation video based on Rabbi Sacks’ book of the same name.
"How do you sustain a cohesive society in the midst of unprecedented religious and ethnic diversity? How, in an age of mass migration, do you integrate minorities without destroying their identity or losing yours? That’s a key issue facing the West today."