On Thursday the 14th of November 2019, we would like to welcome you at the Interfaith Week Reception in Reading organised with Reading Interfaith Group. This is an annual event where we celebrate the good relationships between people of all faiths in our town.
Apart from sharing food, we would like to discuss what it means to live in a country and town that have declared a climate emergency. Rather than talking about technological solutions, we will dig deeper and ask ourselves:
Can our faith or spirituality bring us into a healthier relationship with the natural world?
We will finish the evening with the traditional Noah’s pudding.
This is a free event. If you can, please bring & share some vegetarian food for our finger buffet.
We appreciate it if you can RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date and time
The reception will be held on Thursday the 14th of November from 7 – 9 pm.
The reception will take place at Reading Quaker Meeting House, 2 Church Street, RG1 2SB.
Church Street is a cul-de-sac with a passageway linking to the A327 London Street.
Train: The Meeting House is about 20 minutes’ walk from Reading station.
Bus: Numbers 5, 6, 6a, 21 and 21a from the station and town centre all stop in London Street.
Parking: There is car parking on London Street (two hours free for blue badge holders and free for all after 20:00). The Oracle and Queens Road car parks are nearby.