Members Dialogue Events
We host dialogue events for members, associate members and friends of Interfaith Scotland to get together and discuss important issues relating to civic society.
Annual General Meeting and Public Talk
Date: 2nd April, 6 – 8.30pm
Venue: St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Glasgow
We organise events for young people including retreats, conferences and away days. We also run ‘interfaith days’ in schools where our volunteers speak about their faith with school pupils of all ages.
National Interfaith Youth Conference
Date: 13th April 2019, 11 – 4pm
Venue: St. Andrews University Arts Centre, KY16 9AJ
RSVP: To sign up for the youth conference click the link here
Religious Leaders Meetings
Interfaith Scotland brings together the Religious Leaders of Scotland on a bi-annual basis.
Date: 1st May 2019, 11-4 pm
Venue: Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Ave, Glasgow G5 9TA
RSVP: Invitation only
Annual Networking Seminar for local interfaith groups
Representatives from each local interfaith group meet together annually to share good practice. The networking seminars explore key opportunities and challenges that face local interfaith groups.
Date: Monday 19th August, 11 – 4:30pm
Venue: Interfaith Scotland Dialogue Centre, Flemington House, Glasgow
We host regular dialogue events for women across Scotland including dialogue teas, retreats and events during Refugee Festival.
‘Come Dance with Us’
A ladies only event to celebrate Refugee Festival Scotland.
Date: 26th June 2019
Venue: Kelvinbridge Parish Church Hall, 62 Belmont Street, Glasgow, G12 6JR
Women’s Interfaith Retreat
Date: 6th – 8th September 2019
Venue: Purelands Retreat Centre, Samye Ling Monastery and Tibetan Centre, Eskdalemuir, Dumfries
Scottish Interfaith Week
Scottish Interfaith Week 2019 will take place between 10th – 17th November 2019.
Scottish Interfaith Week provides an opportunity for individuals, local interfaith groups, faith communities, organisations and educational establishments across the country to plan events that bring local people together to promote dialogue, understanding and co-operation between Scotland’s diverse faith and belief communities.
Every year we choose a new theme for the week and provide resources with ideas of activities around the theme. These resources along with a programme of events are available to view on our Scottish Interfaith Week website
Launch of Scottish Interfaith Week
We host a launch event for Scottish Interfaith Week in a different area of Scotland each year. Working in collaboration with a local interfaith group, an extravaganza of speakers and performers delight invited guests.
Holocaust Memorial Day
On 27th January each year Scotland holds a national Holocaust Memorial Day event to honour the memory of those who suffered and perished under the Nazi persecutions during World War II, and subsequent genocides including Cambodia, Rwanda and Bosnia.