Saturday 12th October 2.00pm
Moordown Community Centre, Coronation Avenue, Moordown Bournemouth BH9 1TW
A presentation by the British Humanist Association’s Dialogue Officer Rory Fenton
As religious belief declines in the UK, interfaith initiatives are becoming increasingly popular as faith groups realise the benefits of working together, despite their conflicting beliefs and values. However, the non-religious are rarely invited to participate and are often regarded as the opposition.
In this talk, Rory Fenton will explain why he believes Humanists should constructively engage with their local religious groups, and will outline how we can overcome our differences and work together to achieve positive results.
Rory recently won the Charity Staff and Volunteers Award for 'Charity Innovator of the Year'
“Join us to discover how we can all benefit from constructive dialogue”
Free entry (donations appreciated). Everyone welcome!
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