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Thursday 7th March at 7.15 (note earlier time) Star
at the Hamara Healthy Living Centre, Tempest Road, Beeston, LS11 6RD

The first in a new series: Food & Diet in Islam
Talk by Adam Aslam and friends

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81741610725?pwd=aGRkNE1JMU5CbkpvOUh5ZGg1WXoxZz09

Meeting ID: 817 4161 0725 Passcode: 210648

 

Latest Concord Newsletter

Newsletter(Click on the picture to enlarge it.) Concord's newsletter, issued in January, April and September every year, contains illustrated reports on our public meetings along with various items of news and information about interfaith activities in Leeds.

January 2024 edition hot from the press! Click here

 


Patterns of Worship in Judaism: 16th January

Talk by Helen Michael. Click here for a recording. (Sorry for the poor sound quality) Click here for the Siddur to which Helen refers.

See the January newsletter (see link above) for a report.


Annual Peace Service

Peace ServiceAs usual, the Peace Service was held in October in the Banqueting room at Leeds Ciovic Hall, with the Lord Mayor in attendance. There was an excellent turnout for a service that included contributions by children from Strawberry Field Primary School, Garforth, and the United Hebew Congregation Choir. There's a full report with pictures in the newsletter (see link above). Click here for the 2023 Order of service and here for 2023 Slide show


Holy Places in Hinduism

HindusConcord's meeting in September 2023 was in the BAPS Swaminarayan Hindu Temple, where Hema Yadav gave an interesting illustrated talk about some of the many holy places in India.Hema told us that Hinduism owes its fascination and character to its variety of practices, philosophies and denominations. A devout Hindu begins the day with prayers, rituals and invocations to the Divine, seeking blessings on all mundane activities. India’s sacred places and holy rivers spiritually invigorate and purify countless pilgrims. Holy places are where the Divine encounters the temporal, the higher realms touch the lower or the sacred meets the mundane.

There's a full report in the newsletter (see above).


Book

Concord's 40th Anniversary book: A Leeds Interfaith Story 1946-2016

This substantial and unique book, published to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Concord, tells the story of the different faith communities in Leeds and of the key individuals who have promoted interfaith relationships. Written by a team including Trevor Bates, Primrose Agbamu, Cynthia Dickinson , John Moreton & John Summerwill (with contributions from Concord members)

Available to purchase or free online. Click here for details

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