Inter Faith Activity: Bristol Diverse Doors Sunday 23rd February Everyone Welcome!

Bristol Mul􏰋-Faith Forum has organised the Diverse Doors Open Day for several years, celebra􏰋ng our religious diversity and giving communi􏰋es the chance to experience each other’s cultures and learn about each other’s beliefs.

places of worship and discover the many faith

places of worship have opened their doors to the general public as part of this event, which is unique to Bristol.

This year a total of 12 places of worship will be 12

10am and 5.15pm. However, the majority of the 12 places of worship will be open only between 10.30am and 4pm (unless otherwise stated on pages 5 or 6). So

or visit any of the venues at your convenience.

You can follow the ‘Faith Trail’ in our specially provided ‘trail bus’ but places are limited, so you will need to book. For booking, please call on 07394 913290 or email support@bristolmul􏰋faithforum.org.uk

Cllr. Tom Aditya
Chair, Bristol Mul􏰋 Faith Forum

1st Stop

Faith Trail

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Amitabha Buddhist Centre

10am – 11am
Old Vicarage, Gloucester Rd, Bristol BS7 8NX

2nd Stop

The Greek Orthodox Church of St. Peter and St. Paul

11.15am – 12.00pm
Lower Ashley Rd, Bristol BS5 0YL

3rd Stop

Easton Islami Darasgah

12.15pm – 1.00pm
Greenbank Rd, Bristol BS5 6HE

4th Stop

Bristol Sikh Gurdwara
(Free vegetarian lunch available during visit) 1.15pm – 2.30pm
71-75 Fishponds Road, Eastville, BS5 6SF

5th Stop

Bristol and West Progressive Synagogue

2.45pm to 3.30pm
43/47 Bannerman Road, Easton, BS5 0RR

6th Stop

Bristol Hindu Temple

3.45pm to 4.30pm
163 Church Road, Redfield, Bristol BS5 9LA

Amitabha Buddhist Centre

Old Vicarage, Gloucester Rd, Bristol, BS7 8NX

Open 10.30am – 1pm

 

Bristol HQ Buddhist Study Monday 10th February

Buddhist Study for all Bristol HQ  and any guests are most welcome.

Monday 10th February

Study from 7.30pm -9pm

This month South West Area Vice Women’s leader Nicole and SunshineDistrict Woman’s Leader Caroline will be giving the talk – lets give them our warm and enthusiastic support!

(whilst using this as a great opportunity to deepen our study of Nichiren Buddhism)

Please Join us for some great inspiration and guidance to encourage us to adorn our lives with brilliant achievements!

If you are following this site and have yet to come to a meeting this would be a good opportunity to connect with our local Bristol Buddhist members and families. Please come along or message us with any queries you may have.

VENUE:

Unitarian Hall, Brunswick Square, BS28PE

Look forward to seeing you there!

PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO WEDNESDAY STUDY

Chanting for Peace. “Kosen Rufu Gongyo” Sunday February 2nd 2020

Kosen Rufu Gongyo

Chanting For Peace in the Land

Sunday 2nd February 2020

 

Everyone Welcome!

Starting: 10.30 am  with Gongyo,  inspiration and chanting

(Finish 12.30)

Followed by Tea , coffee, and chat

Phoenix SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CENTRE

Russell Town Avenue

Bristol BS59LT

(opposite City Academy on Russell Town Avenue)

(round corner from Lawence Hill and Church Road)

Let’s really use this as a great opportunity to make the best cause for our life, and  for the unity and happiness of all people in Bristol ( and beyond!)

Proving that our efforts have profound and real positive effects in our daily life and environment….

If you are following this site and have yet to come to a meeting this would be a good opportunity to connect with our local Bristol Buddhist members and families. Please come along or message us with any queries you have.

Guests and members alike…

Buddhist Study Monday 9th December 7.30 pm

Buddhist Study for all Bristol HQ  and any guests are most welcome.

Monday 9th December

Study from 7.30pm -9pm

This month Bristol men Alessandro and Mark will be giving the talk – lets give them our warm and enthusiastic support!

(whilst using this as a great opportunity to deepen our study of Nichiren Buddhism)

Please Join us for some great inspiration and guidance to encourage us to adorn our lives with brilliant achievements!

If you are following this site and have yet to come to a meeting this would be a good opportunity to connect with our local Bristol Buddhist members and families. Please come along or message us with any queries you may have.

VENUE:

Unitarian Hall, Brunswick Square, BS28PE

Look forward to seeing you there!

PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO WEDNESDAY STUDY

Kosen Rufu Gongyo- Chanting for Peace Sunday 1st December 10.30am Phoenix Centre

Kosen Rufu Gongyo

Chanting For Peace in the Land

Sunday 1st December –

 

Everyone Welcome!

Starting: 10.30 am  with Gongyo,  inspiration and chanting

(Finish 12.30)

Followed by Tea , coffee, and chat

Phoenix SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CENTRE

Russell Town Avenue

Bristol BS59LT

(opposite City Academy on Russell Town Avenue)

(round corner from Lawence Hill and Church Road)

Let’s really use this as a great opportunity to make the best cause for our life, and  for the unity and happiness of all people in Bristol ( and beyond!)

Proving that our efforts have profound and real positive effects in our daily life and environment….

If you are following this site and have yet to come to a meeting this would be a good opportunity to connect with our local Bristol Buddhist members and families. Please come along or message us with any queries you have.

Guests and members alike…

Bristol Inter Faith Group Meeting: Tuesday 26th November 7.30pm. “The Partition of India – its Causes and Effects”

For all and anyone interested There’s a Bristol Inter Faith Meeting

“The Partition of India – its Causes and Effects”

Speaker: Dr David Whittington

Tuesday 26th November

Starting 7.15 for 7.30pm

Venue: Central Meeting House, Champion Square, Bs29DB

This event is organised through the Bristol Inter Faith Group