Published Jan 22,2021
Published Jan 14,2021
Manchester has designated 1st to 7th February 2021 as Hate Crime Awareness Week. Hate Crime is experienced by people on the basis of their colour, culture, religion, disability, sexual orientation or anything which marks them out as different.
As women of faith, who aim to celebrate our diversity, we need to know more about the incidence, consequences and remedies to hate crime. - Colleagues from Oldham council will be delivering a presentation on 2nd Feb. on Zoom. We hope you'll be able to join us.
Topic: Women Growing Together- Hate Crime week
Date: Tuesday 2nd February 2021
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Published Dec 18,2020
While the Covid-19 pandemic has prevented the staging of events such as our multi-faith Oldham Festival of Light at the Queen Elizabeth Hall this year, we present a reminder of what it's about and what it means to us all, compiled from video recorded over the last four years.
Published Dec 11,2020
Oldham Interfaith's overview of the year 2020, the activites of Oldham Interfaith Forum and our members, and the community response to Covid-19.
Presented by Fth Philip Sumner.
Published Nov 08,2020
A discussion: Equality in Our Faiths
Tuesday November 24th
The online discussion was held from 18:30 - 20:00 via the Zoom web conferencing plaform.
Published Nov 04,2020
A discussion: The significance of LIGHT in faith.
Tuesday 10th November, 7 - 8 pm
The event was held online where women of each of the four major faiths spoke on the role of light in their faith.
Published Sep 12,2020
Published Aug 17,2020
Women Growing Together Celebration 2020
Thursday October 8th
Following the success of last year’s women’s October 2019 event the ‘Women Growing Together’ interfaith group, invite you to their 2020 celebration evening, on Thursday 8th October 2020, 19:00 - 20:30 and will be held virtually over zoom.
Our guest speakers will be 4 inspiring young women representing their different faiths.