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UK: Women’s Peace Meeting

Prepared by WFWP UK We had a very large turnout for our last Women’s Peace Meeting about the Middle East, reflecting the genuine feelings of compassion and concern for the on-going suffering and uncertainty of the people there, particularly women and children who are so often the victims of conflict. We heard from...

UK: Multicultural Christmas Celebration a Testy Treat

  By Dolores Read, WFWP UK The WFWP Christmas party Hekd on December 16, 2017, was a great success this year, the capacity audience enjoyed some nice musical performances by Amabel Vitae (Have yourself a Merry Christmas), Eileen Walkin (Poem: Peace in our world), ten-year-old Vaishnavi playing a Christmas medley on violin and...

UK: National Interfaith Week

  By David and Patricia Earle, UPF UK On November 20, 2017 for an audience of just over 50 people, mainly from Christian and Muslim backgrounds, gathered to watch a remarkable documentary film about reconciliation and the power of forgiveness, entitled The Imam and the Pastor. The film is one of a number...

UK: Annual Interfaith Meeting

  By Elizabeth Marshall, FFWPU UK On November 19, 2017 we hold our annual Interfaith meeting and there were 13 people present who all came by invitation. We had 3 Ahlulbayt Muslims, 2 Latter Day Saint members and one Nepalese man I just invited the day before having come across his ‘phone number...

UK: Divine Principle Workshop, Healing Relationships

Prepared by FFWPU UK “Reading Life Through the Principle: Healing Relationships” Cleeve House, 17th – 21st December 2017   During this workshop we shall be telling stories. Looking at stories of creation, fall and redemption. Looking at stories of conflict and stories of healing. Stories of love and stories of hurt and hate. We...

United Kingdom: Ramadan, Iftar and Beyond

  by David and Patricia Earle  WFWP and UPF UK The city of Birmingham’s population is just over a million people, with the number of Muslims fast approaching 250,000, and with the number of mosques in the city now over 160! A large percentage of the Muslim community live in the inner city...

UK: WFWP event with Birmingham’s Iranian Society

  By Patricia Earle, WFWP UK (Birmingham, United Kingdom, 8. July 2017) When you hear the word ‘Iran’, perhaps your first thoughts are of Ayatollahs, or nuclear weapons treaties, or human rights concerns. Since returning to Birmingham in 1992, we have had the pleasure of getting to know quite many Iranian people who...

CARP Catch Up: End of Exams Dinner!

  London, United Kingdom, 2. June 2017 By Jeung-sun Shongwe CARP UK Director It was a fantastic, light-hearted and fun atmosphere we made together at this event. Although many young people could not attend this due to ongoing exams, work or other reasons, 34 attendees were present, including 5 new CARP members from...

UK: Building Loving Relationships and Healing the Wounds

A Women’s Peace Meeting held to recognize the UN Day for the Family, and Africa Day   By Patricia Earle, WFWP UK We had another Women’s Peace Meeting on June 23, 2017, which focused on the central importance of the family in society, and human relationships. The topic generated a lot of interest...