Thursday, 21 July 2011

Christian Engagement with Islam

Churches Together in England has organised a meeting 'for those less comfortable with or new to Christian-Muslim Relations and who need solid information as well as an opportunity to talk'. The morning will be Christian only and some Muslim colleagues have been invited to speak in the afternoon:

Churches Together in England and the Christian Muslim Forum invite you to: 

Christian Engagement with Islam: Context and Developments in England

A day specially intended for those less comfortable with
or new to Christian-Muslim Relations

Tuesday, 11 October 2011, 10.30 – 16.00
Hinsley Hall, 62 Headingley Lane, Leeds, LS6 2BX

Coffee/tea will be served from 10.00 am

Morning Speakers
Rt Rev Tom Butler “Reflections on the Inter-faith Landscape Today”
Dr Philip Lewis, Islam in England: “Who's who and where?”
Dr Helen Reid, “Christian perspectives on Islam in the last 50 years”

Afternoon Speakers:
Anjum Anwar, Julian Bond “Working together for a healthy society”
Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra, Julian Bond “Mission vs. dialogue?”


  • Dialogue and Witness – are they in conflict?
  • What are you doing on the ground? -shared social action
  • Less visible leaders? Women’s role in developing dialogue
  • Getting to know you better – opportunity for questions
  • The bigger picture - politics and international impact 

Cost: £40 waged £25.00 unwaged inclusive of lunch and refreshments. Contact Lorraine Shannon for further information and to book for this event. You will receive an invoice once your booking has been confirmed.
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