As an event during the world interfaith harmony week 2017, a delegation from god’s house, with Muslims, Protestants and Catholics, made an interfaith pilgrimage to Jordan. One purpose was to make a field trip to jordan, a country with a long history of inter-religious dialogue, to learn more, and to share experiences and thoughts about inter-religious dialogue between christians and muslims. The trip also had a spiritual purpose. The interfaith pilgrimage to the holy land, gave the group a chance for spiritual recharging and exchange, based on common “return to the sources” religious experience shared by all. The trip brought us together across the religious border, with the opportunity to pray together for world peace and an understanding between our religious traditions.
The interfaith council of Sweden it´s a national council for religious representatives/leaders in Sweden. The Council was constituted in May 4, 2010, where it also was decided that the Council meet regularly for knowledge of each other and for the ability to create a space for discussion and the role of religion in society. The council works to promote and create conditions for interfaith cooperation in Sweden, highlighting the role of religion in peace and increased social consensus. Six years since our start we are now a voice in the public debate on ethics and spirituality, a united platform against anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and other religious hostility. Besides that we also help to strengthen the freedom of religious belief and practice – individual and in community’s. The Council meets several times a year, and on this interfaith harmony week we will have a lecture in how to work with interfaith dialogue on a local level. The guest speaker is Henrik Frykberg …
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The World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Office brings religious leaders of various faiths together, to have an interfaith dialogue based on the scriptures of each religion. Through discussing, comparing and sharing the messages from each religious text, religious leaders can truly start to understand, with an open heart, other religions in a peaceful and harmonious atmosphere.
The walk starts at Mosebacke, a Square in Stockholm, and ends at Medborgarhuset, where coffee is served.