During the coronavirus pandemic many events are taking place online.
Online or in person events - we're not 100% sure yet, but we are sure that Scottish Interfaith Week: will take place from 8th to 15th November.
Scottish Interfaith Week is going online this year. We are planning a full programme of online events during the week which will take place from 8th - 15th November on the theme of 'Connecting'. SIFW brings people together whilst promoting dialogue, understanding and co-operation between Scotland’s diverse religious communities and cultures and this year we will be celebrating all the different ways we have found to keep connecting with each other in 2020. We would love it if you could get involved by attending events and even putting on your own. We have prepared a number of resources to help you organise an event which you can find below.
Free Training in Running Online Events
We will be offering a free zoom training session to anyone who is considering holding an event during Scottish Interfaith Week 2020. The training will include helpful information on how to host an event online. This will be held on 30th September from 11am – 12pm. To save your space at the training please email Aparna at email@example.com
Information Pack for Running Online Events
We have a comprehensive information pack on our website with information on hosting online events. If you have any questions on the information in the pack below please email Aparna at firstname.lastname@example.org
Activity and Event Ideas
We have a list of event ideas at the link below: http://scottishinterfaithweek.org/resources#1539083242313-5a94fbd9-1941
We have produced posters on the theme of ‘Connecting’ at the link below.
Resources for Schools
This year we have created a primary and secondary school video along with notes for teachers with ideas for interfaith activities in school which can be found below.
Ask Me Anything
Interfaith Scotland will be broadcasting a show called ‘Ask Me Anything’ from Monday to Friday during SIFW on the Scottish Interfaith Week YouTube channel. Volunteers from different faiths - Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist, Baha’i, Pagan and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – are ready to answer questions from children and young people. Any questions should be sent by 1st October to email@example.com putting ‘Ask Me Anything’ in the subject title. Please see the poster attached to this email and send it to any children and young people you know aged 4 – 17 who might be interested in taking part.
If you would like your event to be included in the programme of events please upload it onto the SIFW website at the link here: http://scottishinterfaithweek.org/submit-an-event. Events can be added online right up until Scottish Interfaith Week and these will appear in the list of events online. If you have any problems with this please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be aware that the programme for interfaith week this year will only be available on the website at http://scottishinterfaithweek.org/programme-2020
Scottish Interfaith Week Newsletter
To find out more about Scottish Interfaith Week please subscribe to the Scottish Interfaith Week newsletter by emailing email@example.com
As well as the SIFW website we have Facebook and twitter pages dedicated for SIFW. If you are using our social media handles please use our hashtags #keep on connecting and #SIFW2020.
You can also subscribe to the Scottish Interfaith Week YouTube channel