World War One and Faiths – Then and Now

Posted on | November 7, 2014 | No Comments

Dear Friends,
The next Norwich InterFaith Link event is a special one for the start of national Inter-Faith Week:
Sunday 16th November
2pm – 5pm
World War One and Faiths – Then and Now

Speakers will discuss the involvement and responses of different faiths a century ago, conscientious objection, and faith responses to war today and in the future (programme below).

£4 including refreshments

The Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich

(N.B. no parking available at the venue itself; St. Giles car park is  next door!)

For further information:,

from where a flyer can be downloaded – please print off and display!

Telephone: Chris Wood on 01603 667 314.

Programme for

The First World War and Faiths – Then and Now

Sunday 16th November, The Friends Meeting House, Norwich


Introduction by Chair

Dr Francesca Vanke


The First World War – A Multifaith Conflict

An historical reflection by Chris Wood, Chair of NIFL


Conscientious Objection and Alternatives to Warfare

David Bullard, Quaker Pacifist


A Military Chaplain’s Perspective (To Be Confirmed)


A Hundred Years On: Wars, Faiths and the Future – Problem or Solution?

Canon Peter Doll, Norwich Cathedral

16:10    Discussion

16:50    Closure by Chair

17:00    Refreshments and informal discussion


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