Upcoming events

Interfaith Interactions: Online Interfaith Dialogue Series: ‘Hospitality’

Our online dialogue series featuring speakers from different faiths and beliefs presenting on a theme, followed by dialogue in small groups. To mark Refugee Festival Scotland our second online dialogue will be on the theme of Hospitality.

📌  Tuesday 20th June, 7 – 8.30pm, on Zoom


Holding Hope in the Face of Hate

The event will bring together members of faith communities and the general public from across Scotland to dialogue about ways to challenge hatred towards asylum seekers and refugees, especially in light of the growing anti-asylum seeker rhetoric and the cost of living crisis. Register at

📌  Thursday 22nd June, 11.30am – 1.30pm, Interfaith Scotland dialogue centre, Flemington House, Glasgow


Interfaith Retreat on Holy Isle

Interfaith Scotland is hosting a three-night retreat on the beautiful Holy Isle off the island of Arran at the Centre for World Peace and Health.

More details about the retreat can be found at Other Courses |

📌 Thursday 3rd – Sunday 6th August 2023

May 2023

Members Dialogue

A lunch and dialogue was held for Members of Interfaith Scotland to mark the approval of the constitutional changes to the organisation.

✔️  Thursday 11th May, 1 – 3.30pm, Interfaith Scotland dialogue centre, Flemington House, Glasgow


Interfaith Interactions: Online Interfaith Dialogue Series: Theme of ‘Kingship’

A new online dialogue series featuring speakers from different faiths and beliefs presenting on a theme, followed by dialogue in small groups. With the Coronation of King Charles III our first dialogue explored the concept of ‘Kingship’ in different faiths.

Our speakers were:

Ven Ajahn Sujan, Abbot of the Varapunya Meditation Centre in Aberdeen

Dr Srihari Vallabhajousula, Hindu representative on the board of Interfaith Scotland

Dr Maureen Sier, Director of Interfaith Scotland

Frances Hume, National Development Officer at Interfaith Scotland

✔️  Wednesday 17th May, 7 – 8.30pm, on Zoom


April 2023

Volunteer Training Day

We held a volunteer training day for people interested in volunteering for Interfaith Scotland.

In the morning we explored volunteering opportunities and how to give talks in schools. In the afternoon our religious equality trainer gave a special training on workshop leading and facilitation skills.

✔️  Monday 17th April 2023, 10.30am – 3pm, Interfaith Scotland Dialogue Centre, Flemington House, Glasgow


March 2023

Meeting of the Cross Party Group on Freedom of Religion or Belief

At the  meeting of the CPG on Freedom of Religion or Belief, we were joined by Alan Meldrum from Open Doors as the guest speaker. Every year, Open Doors produce their World Watch List highlighting persecution of Christian’s worldwide.

✔️  Wednesday 1st March 2023, 6pm at The Scottish Parliament, Committee Room 6, and online.


International Women’s Day 2023

Interfaith Scotland hosted a special event for International Women’s Day, in partnership with Women of Faith and Community.

Trishna Singh shared extracts from her memoir, A Silent Voice Speaks: The Wee Indian Woman on the Bus, published by Fledgling Press in 2022.

Women of all faiths and beliefs were welcome to attend this free event. The event was followed by langar (lunch) at the Sikh Gurdwara on Berkeley Street.

✔️  Monday 6th March, 11am – 1.30pm, Glasgow Unitarian Church, 72 Berkeley Street


February 2023

Interfaith Youth Leaders: Envisioning the Future

For World Interfaith Harmony Week 2023, we brought together young people from diverse faiths across Scotland to become future interfaith youth leaders.

✔️  Saturday 11th February 11am – 4pm


January 2023

Holocaust Memorial Day 2023

Interfaith Scotland co-hosted an event for Holocaust Memorial Day in Inverness. Holocaust Memorial Day encourages remembrance in a world scarred by genocide. Each year across the UK thousands of people come together to learn more about the past and take action to create a safer future.

The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2023 was ‘Ordinary People’ and we had in-person stories of Holocaust and genocide survivors and a ceremony of remembrance.

✔️ Tuesday 24 January 2023, 6.30 – 8.30pm, Inverness Town House


Holocaust Memorial Day Vigil at Iona Abbey

The Iona Community held a vigil in Iona Abbey to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2023.

“This year’s theme is Ordinary People. In partnership with Interfaith Scotland, we will mark the six genocides in living memory.  Through music, readings and symbolic action, we will remember what it takes for genocide to happen and commit ourselves to its prevention. If you have a small piece of cloth or paper to hand, there will be an opportunity to join in our symbolic action.” – The Iona Community.

✔️ Wednesday 25th January, 5 – 5.30pm, Iona Abbey (and online)


Holocaust Memorial Day Concert

We organised a commemorative concert for Holocaust Memorial Day following a successful collaborative programme involving young musicians from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Associazione Xenia Ensemble from Turin, Italy.

This event was supported by the Lord Provost of Glasgow’s International Office, Interfaith Scotland and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

✔️ Wednesday 25 January 2023, 6 – 7pm, Ledger Recital Room, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland


Holocaust Memorial Day – Falkirk

The Provost of Falkirk, Robert Bissett, welcomed the public to a Holocaust Memorial Day event, co-hosted by Central Scotland Interfaith, Falkirk Council and Interfaith Scotland.

The event included testimony from children of Holocaust survivors and Rwandan genocide survivors, a specially commissioned digital exhibition and a moving memorial ceremony.

✔️ Friday 27 January 2023, 1.30 – 3.30pm, Dawson Community Centre, David’s Loan, Falkirk FK2 7RG

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