Scottish Interfaith Week is a festival established by Interfaith Scotland in 2004 and celebrated every year in November.
Scottish Interfaith Week provides an opportunity for interfaith groups, faith communities, schools, organisations and local communities in Scotland to celebrate the nation’s religious and cultural diversity.
Events are planned across the country to promote dialogue, understanding and co-operation between Scotland’s diverse religious communities and cultures.
The festival continues to be managed by Interfaith Scotland and has grown from strength to strength with around 100 events being held each year across the whole of Scotland.
We built on this success in 2017 and launched a festival brand and website, with an easy-to-use event submission form which is featured in our online programme and promoted on our festival Facebook and Twitter pages.
Getting involved is easy; you can organise anything from a small outdoor gathering to a large Zoom event from your local place of worship, school or library. We encourage everyone to participate and the Scottish Interfaith Week team are always happy to help you with promoting your event.
Visit the Scottish Interfaith Week website to find out more.