Interfaith Scotland is the national interfaith organisation for Scotland.

We work to help ensure good relations between the diverse religion and belief communities of Scotland and also to share good practice in interfaith dialogue, education, engagement and training nationally and internationally.

Upcoming Events

Holocaust Memorial Day 2024: The Fragility of Freedom Concert

We are hosting a special evening concert in partnership with The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day. The theme for 2024 is ‘The Fragility of Freedom’.

📌 Wednesday 24th January, 6 – 7pm, Ledger Recital Room, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow


Interfaith Interactions on the theme of Pilgrimage

The next online event in the Interfaith Interactions series will take place during World Interfaith Harmony Week on the theme of Pilgrimage. Our speakers will be

  • Dr Dorothea Christiana, Christian Faith
  • Sunna Kaleem, Muslim Faith
  • Nicola Maule, Buddhist Faith

Register here to receive the Zoom link 

📌 Monday 6th February, 7 – 8.15pm (online)


Public Training Courses

More training courses coming soon in 2023.

Sign up for a public training course on Eventbrite

Interfaith Creative Projects

Faces of Faith Exhibition

This exhibition is a showcase of Scotland’s diverse religious and cultural communities.

Through the stories of sixteen people, we explore the joys, challenges, and complexities of living as a person of faith in Scotland, and the impact these communities have on a local, national, and international level.

View the exhibition on the Scottish Interfaith Week website.


Poetry Book

We worked with the Scottish Poetry Library to create a beautiful anthology of 40 poems written by poets of all faiths and beliefs.

The poets shared insights into what gave them support and inspiration during the pandemic such as nature, faith and culture. You can read more here.

The poetry book is available to purchase from Interfaith Scotland for £4.99. Please email admin@interfaithscotland.org to request a copy.

You can also buy a copy via the Scottish Poetry Library website at the link here

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