200th Anniversary of The birth of Bahá’u’lláh
The Bahá’ís of Solihull welcome you to an evening of music, interwoven with dance and story-telling, celebrating the impact of Bahá’u’lláh’s life and teachings.
Bahá’u’lláh is the founder of the Bahá’í Faith, the youngest independent world religion with the principal message of the oneness of humankind (www.bahai.org).
Bahá’ís and their friends will be celebrating this momentous occasion across the globe in a variety of ways. At our Solihull celebrations we will be joined by well-known West Midlands classical musicians.
A light buffet will be served. Please RSVP by 1st October 2017.
Email: [email protected]
Accessibility, including parking, wheelchair access, disabled toilet, loop system, etc: All facilities availability
Description of event: Birmingham Interfaith Week programme will be officially launched by the Lord Mayor.
Attendance is by invitation
Organisation holding the event: Birmingham Council of Faiths/Birmingham City Council
Contact name, phone, e-mail and website: Ruth Tetlow
Book your place with Dr Peter Rookes via email [email protected], phone 0121 477 2282 or 077 033 360 88 or using the online form below:
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Accessibility parking, wheelchair access, disabled toilet
Description of event A celebration of interfaith relations in Solihull in music, word and dance (see flyer)
Tread Lightly on this Earth: faiths working together for a low carbon future
As part of national interfaith week, join Footsteps’ annual event to meet other people faithfully caring for the environment, and share ideas about how we can work together for a low carbon future.
Doors will be open from 1pm for you to come and have a cup of tea, chat to others at the event and view exhibits about faith and other responses to climate change. There is also an optional tour of the synagogue at 1pm, if you would like to join please select the option when registering.
Main speakers & discussion session starts at 2pm.
This is a free event: all welcome!
Please register below to help us plan for numbers.
Please note that this programme is subject to confirmation.
Exhibits & displays, tea & conversation, optional tour of Progressive Synagogue
2:00 – 5:00pm
Speakers & Discussions
Faiths inspiring action
- Judaism and the Environment – Rabbi Margaret Jacobi
- The Zero Carbon House – architect John Christopher
- Imam and faith community leader workshops – BAHU Trust
Working with Young People
- Small Footsteps Summer School at Fircroft College – video and presentation
- Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust’s award scheme
Future Footsteps activities
- Peace Hub & Footsteps
- What Footsteps offers you
- Footsteps Supporters Group
Plus Table Discussion and Networking Opportunities
And an exciting opportunity to become a ‘Footsteps Supporter’
5.00 – 5.30
Exhibits, Displays and Networking.