Exhibits and Conversations: Faith Perspectives on a Low Carbon Future

‘Exhibits and Conversations’ Quaker hosted National Interfaith Week event Saturday 21 November 2.00 – 4.00 pm Bull Street Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham, B4 6AF A Quaker hosted National Interfaith Week Event to encourage conversations, sharing and learning about what different faiths say about the environment and climate change. Featuring: Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and […]

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Footsteps: Faiths for a Low-Carbon Future

Faith groups from Birmingham warmly invite you to: Footsteps: Faiths for a Low-Carbon Future A multifaith vigil to uphold those working for a low-carbon future at the Paris Climate Summit. 7pm Saturday 28th November 2015, Birmingham Send off at 7pm from St Martin in the Bull Ring, B5 5BB Walk of witness through Birmingham City […]

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Free Multifaith Creative Workshop

In conjunction with Birmingham Cathedral, we warmly invite you to: Exploring Light and Dark in Different Faith Traditions A free, light-hearted workshop with writer Mandy Ross 12:00-2:00pm Wednesday 2nd Septmeber At Peace Hub, 41 Bull St, Birmingham, B4 6AF All are welcome – please join us. Something Good is a multifaith arts programme celebrating Birmingham […]

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Easter Events for all the Family

This Easter, we are hosting The Creative Toroise, who will be providing creative actvities for all the family.  Objection takes many forms – the activities will be exploring the theme of ‘Saying No’ and standing up for what you believe in. During the school holidays there are drop-in activities, as well as drama sessions for […]

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Equality Week – Letter Writing for the Living Wage

6th-15th March is Quaker Equality Week, when Quakers across the country will be joining with others to act for equality.  You are warmly invited to join Peace Hub’s contribution to Equality Week: Letter Writing Workshop: The Living Wage 11:00 – 14:30 Wednesday 11th March 2015 at Peace Hub, 41 Bull St, B4 6AF The Living […]

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Rajagopal to visit Birmingham

On Monday 27 October, Rajagopal P.V. will make a visit to Birmingham, including a stop at Peace Hub. Lawyer, agriculturalist and classical Indian dancer, Rajagopal founded what is now Indiaʼslargest nonviolent land rights organisation.  Ekta Parishad (Unity Forum) is almost twenty five years old and draws its membership from tribal and landless farmers.   Rajagopal […]

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