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Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures.

~ John F. Kennedy

InterFaith MK



Jewish, Christian & Muslim Traditions

Learning & Encounter at

St John’s College, Oxford 1st-7th April 2019

We recognise that it takes commitment, trust and courage to enrol for a week like this for the first time. We strongly encourage you to talk to one of our planning team: You can contact us through the email given on the application form. In order to welcome all three faiths, the food made available for the conference throughout the week will be fish or vegetarian and no alcohol will be served.

To reserve your place, please book online at

If you are without internet access, please ring Spirit of Peace on 07711 96 0644

Bursaries are available for those on low income and we have a special scheme for young adults, trainees and students. Please see the application form for how to apply.


Rabbi Dr Michael Hilton

Scholar in Residence

Liberal Jewish Synagogue London. Senior Lecturer: Leo Baeck College, London


Revd. Dr. Liz Carmichael MBE

Emeritus Research Fellow in Theology St John’s College, Oxford

Heather-Jane Ozanne

CEO, Spirit of Peace

Revd. Charlotte-Bannister Parker

University Church of St Mary, Oxford


Imam Monawar Hussain MBE DL

Muslim Tutor at Eton College, Founder of The Oxford Foundation Muslim Chaplain, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Costs including all lectures and meals

Residential £400 or Non-Residential £180

Enquiries: oxford-three-faiths-week


What are the ideas? what are the plans?

Come and hear from the different denominations and help us all to think about how we all respond to opportunity.

We will hear input from local leaders:

Anglican, Baptist, Methodist, Roman Catholic and United Reform Church

and have a small group, round table discussion time.

Everybody very welcome to come along.


Thursday 4th April, 2019 7.30pm

Christ Church Stantonbury

Purbeck, Stantonbury Campus

MK14 6BN

(Parking readily available)

Network for Peace

5 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9DY

Tel: 07794 036602



Join us on Twitter @claire_nfp and Facebook

6 April

LONDON. Global Problems Need Global Solutions. Uniting for Peace AGM and Spring Conference. Wesley’s Chapel, 49 City Road London EC1Y 1AU. AGM 10:30 - 11:45 Conference 12:00 - 17:00. Vijay Mehta - Brian Cooper - 0131 446 9545.

10 April

LONDON. Greenham Women Everywhere. With Kate Kerrow, Writer and founding editor of The Heroine Collective and Rebecca Mordan, Artistic Director at Scary Little Girls, actor and activist. 6.30pm. Library Education Room (Lower Ground Floor), LSE Library, Portugal Street, WC2A 2HD. This event is free and open to all with no ticket or registration required. Entry is on a first come, first served basis. For any queries 7955 7229.

13 April

LEYTONSTONE. George Orwell, the Labour Party and the Left. With Professor John Newsinger, professor of modern history at Bath Spa University. 7.30pm. Epicentre, West Street, Leytonstone, E11 4LJ. Org by News from Nowhere Club. Contact: 0208 555 5248. Free, donations welcome. Please bring a veggie buffet item if you can. Wheelchair accessible.

25 April

LONDON. Concert for Peace. A Mozart Evening with Musicians for Peace and Disarmament. Conductor: Jane Glover CBE with the MPD Chamber Orchestra. Interval speaker: Fabian Hamilton MP. 7.30pm. St James’s Church, Piccadilly, W1 9LL. £20/£15. Book in advance or cash on the door. info.mpdconcerts@gmail.com

27 April

PRESTON. PR4 0XJ. Stop New Nuclear. Join Stop New Nuclear as they surround Springfields nuclear fuel production site. 9 – 5.

27 – 28 April

BRISTOL. Commemoration, Conflict & Conscience Festival. The festival will bring together community groups, local historians, academics, campaigners and activists, artists and performers in a free, open access weekend event timed to coincide with the centenary of the release of many absolutist conscientious objectors from prison in April 2019. The MShed in Bristol will be the festival hub, with talks, film showings, exhibitions and performances – but linked events will take place in other parts of the city over the course of the weekend. University of Bristol BS8 1TH

Citizens MK

ANNUAL ACCOUNTABILITY ASSEMBLY @ Church of Christ the CornerstoneApr 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm

You are welcome to attend our 8th annual Accountability Assembly

Click here to book your seat.

‘Fair Welcome, Fair Work’

listening to testimonies of social injustice and holding power holders to account

for Refugees Welcome, Fair Work and good Relationships between young people and police

Thursday 25th April 2019, 6.15pm for 6.30-8.15pm

RSVP to or book online at eventbrite/citizens:mk

supported by funding from MK Community Foundation.



Thursday 9 May, 7.30 pm

Small Hall at Cornerstone Church

More details to follow in May Network Events

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