Transformations in faith: exploring hopes and fears

Transformations in faith: exploring hopes and fears

(Edinburgh)

Thursday 24 November | 15.30–21.30

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Explore the hopes and fears caused by experiences of religious conversion. Participate in our innovative theatre workshops to explore how families and communities can respond to conversion sensitively. The World Kitchen Team will provide a themed meal following the workshops, where we can discuss food choice, religious identity and conversion.

In order create a rich and meaningful event, there will be a mix of people from all faiths and none. Everyone will have experienced, or have an interest in, religious conversion.

In order to help us, please register your interest for this event.

Once you have registered you will be sent two short questions to answer to determine your eligibility for attendance and for us to design a workshop that is most suited to all attending. If you can answer these questions as soon as you can, it would be appreciated

We will get back to you by 10 November 2016 to confirm your place.

No previous theatre experience required but you must be able to attend entire event.

Free admission | Booking required

Event enquiries: H.Israel@ed.ac.uk
Led by: The University of Edinburgh
In partnership with: Active Inquiry, Edinburgh Interfaith Association | Leith Open Space

Location

Leith Theatre Trust
Thomas Morton Hall
28-30 Ferry Road
Edinburgh
EH6 4AE

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