Dare to Hope series returns

Due to the success of their first Dare to Hope series which was held in November last year, the Archdiocesan Commission for Inter Religious Dialogue is once again hosting 'Dare to Hope', a series of Zoom sessions to promote dialogue, and listening and sharing opportunities among people of different faiths across the West Midlands.

These events are suitable for religious leaders and all people interested in interreligious and intercultural dialogue. The meetings will once again be held on Zoom, this time from 7.30 pm – 8.45 pm on Thursday 11th February and Thursday 18th February 2021.

In a similar format to last time, representatives from different faith communities in the region have been invited to reflect on how their communities have experienced Covid19, the challenges of the pandemic, stories of their communities coming together and what gives hope to people of faith.

Invited to speak during the first session on Thursday 11th February is Venerable Piyobaso, a Thai Buddhist from Wimbledon, London and Bishop Phil Adeogun from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints located in Wolverhampton.

Ruth Jacobs from Birmingham Central Synagogue will be accompanied by Mehru Fitter a proud Zoroastrian from Coventry, and they are looking forward to sharing their thoughts and experiences on Thursday 18th February 2021.

For further information about the sessions or to register your interest, please email interreligdialogue@rcaob.org.uk. Full details of the event and the Zoom link will be sent to each participant before the events. You will need a robust internet  connection plus a laptop, computer, tablet or phone on which to access Zoom.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Dare to Hope series returns this February.