Archive of Events2012
Below are the list of WIHW events that took place globally for the year of 2012.
Vedas and Qur'an: Towards the Light of Unity
Start: Friday 24th of February 2012 12:00:10 AM
End: Friday 24th of February 2012 12:00:12 AM
Location: Great Fair Ground (Numaish Ground), Aligarh, IN
Similar text from both the scriptures will be taken out and presented in front of the whole community.
Celebration of Universal Light
Start: Sunday 29th of January 2012 12:00:11 AM
End: Sunday 29th of January 2012 12:00:12 AM
Location: Geller Center, 629 S. Howes, Fort Collins, US
LUV is joining with the United Nations to promote Interfaith Harmony during this international week of special events. Please go to the UN website for information on this and other events: worldinterfaithharmonyweek.com/events-calendar Our event will be held at the Geller Center at 11am - please arrive promptly – followed by a Pot Luck Lunch and Discussion. During this simple educational worship, we will read excerpts from the teachings of many world religions and strive to understand the common thread as well as the special teachings these faiths offer to us all regarding the concept of Divine Light. You are all very welcome to join us! Bring your friends!
Sharing Sacred Spaces at
Start: Sunday 29th of January 2012 12:00:01 AM
End: Sunday 29th of January 2012 12:00:03 AM
Location: Chicago Sinai, Illinois, US
This one day experience is part of an ongoing series of explorations of a variety of faith traditions. It began in October 2011 at the Midwest Buddhist Temple and has continued, one faith tradition's congregation each month.The series will end at the Downtown Islamic Center on Saturday, May 12th, 2012. Chicago Sinai Congregation, will open its doors to invite people in who would like to know more about the Jewish faith tradition on january 29th, 2012 from 1-3pm. The synagogue is located at 15 West Delaware Place, Chicago, IL 60610 312-867-7000 , www.chicagosinai.org For more information on the entire project, go to www.parliamentofreligions.org, click on Sacred Space, then click on Sharing Sacred Spaces. There is an opportunity to ask questions and engage members of the community at each event. In June, 2012, all the faith communities will gather to gether to sign a solidaityr pledge to support one another and to stand by one another in the event of violence hatred or defamation. This public sign of solidarity give a sooid foundation to the community building that has occured over the eight month project.
Turning Toward the Heart
Start: Wednesday 1st of February 2012 12:00:19 AM
End: Wednesday 1st of February 2012 12:00:20 AM
Location: Szkola Nauk Sufich, Zalesie Gorne, PL
"Turning Toward the Heart", evening Sufi meditations inner and outer peace and harmony,in honor of the World Interfaith Harmony Week, organized by School of Sufi Teaching Poland in few locations in Poland: near Warsaw, in Lodz and Wroclaw during the period of 1-7 February 2012. All are invited!
Start: Friday 3rd of February 2012 12:00:16 AM
End: Friday 3rd of February 2012 12:00:17 AM
Location: Malappuram, Malappuram, IN
This will be a continuation of the event which we conducted last year. This year we expect more participants and programmes.
Ma'din Harmony Week Celebration
Start: Friday 3rd of February 2012 12:00:14 AM
End: Friday 10th of February 2012 12:00:21 AM
Location: Ma\'din Campus, Swalath Nagar,, Malappuram, IN
Ma'din Academy, Kerala, India (www.mahdinonline.com) hosting the International Harmony Week this year also. The programmes will be attended by students and staff of Ma'din Academy and delegates from various parts of Kerala.
Vivekananda Multifaith Meetup
Start: Saturday 4th of February 2012 12:00:10 AM
End: Saturday 4th of February 2012 12:00:13 AM
Location: Shrine of Holy Wisdom, Temple, US
10:30am Multifaith reps will each tell an interfaith story. Eventually, will create a book. Ethnic pot luck lunch, dialogue, chants and music.
KAYUNGA - UGANDA INTERFAITH MARATHON
Start: Friday 6th of January 2012 12:00:08 AM
End: Friday 6th of January 2012 12:00:09 AM
Location: Kayunga Subcounty, Kayunga, UG
At Kayunga for the period 6th February to 12th, GLOBAL CITIZENS INTERNATIONAL WILL CONDUCT A SERIES OF WORSHIP CENTRES FACE-LIFTS: one protestant, one catholic, one muslim and one pentecoastal centre according to resources we shall have raised. On Saturday 11th Feb 2012, we conduct an Interfaith Marathon at which winners receive various prizes and for school going ones , SCHOOL FEES. On Sunday 12th , the Birthday Party for the Director of Global Citizens will combine with faith leaders Breakfast with an interfaith talk from a university don. Joseph R. Nahabwe DIRECTOR.
IARF Prayer Feb 2012
Start: Friday 10th of February 2012 12:00:15 AM
End: Friday 10th of February 2012 12:00:17 AM
Location: Sargodha, Sargodha, PK
IARF Pakistan International Association for Religious Freedom Pakistan will organise a Interfaith Harmony Prayer event in 2012 under the leadership of Dr.Jefferson Tasleem Ghauri
Religion Today. Spirituality in the Netherlands
Start: Sunday 1st of January 2012 12:00:09 AM
End: Sunday 12th of February 2012 12:00:17 AM
Location: Kunsthal, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Rotterdam, NL
The Kunsthal Rotterdam proudly presents an impressive overview of religious diversity in the Netherlands with the photographic project Religion Today by artist Eddy Seesing. This is the first time that a Kunsthal project has been made possible thanks to funding via the new investment scheme crowdfunding. Seesing is offering participation in the Religion Now project at www.voordekunst.nl where interested parties can donate funding until 1 November and thus helping make the project possible. In seventy remarkable photographic portraits of leaders of as many different religious communities in the Netherlands, Seesing demonstrates the great diversity that exists within the various religious communities. With the utmost care and respect, he has captured images of pastors, imams, priests, rabbis and other clergy. Tableaux Vivants In 2004, Seesing asked Dr Bert de Reuver, a theologist affiliated to the University of Amsterdam, to help him create a representative overview of all the active religious movements in the Netherlands. His objective was to make a series of tableaux vivants showing religious leaders in their natural settings. He hoped that people would then take a closer look at believers of the various different faiths. He created a series focusing on the details and the places in which the rituals take place, such as churches, synagogues and mosques, but also in woods or people's homes. As the religious community's spiritual guide, the leader forms the central figure in the portraits. Seesing has photographed the series using a technical camera resulting in monumental images. Eddy Seesing Eddy Seesing lives and works in Rotterdam. In his projects, he portrays groups of people with similar social, cultural or religious backgrounds such as top company managers, opera sopranos and Moroccans from Gouda. Seesing has made a video installation that tells these Moroccans' life stories in which religion also plays an important role. The Religion Today project came into being as a result of this installation, the aim of the project being to create portraits showing the rich diversity of religions practised in the Netherlands. Publication The exhibition will be accompanied by a book of the same name published by THOTH and which includes an introduction written by Thomas Quartier describing the anthropological approach used by Seesing in Religion Today. The texts that accompany the portraits also describe the locations in which the photographs were taken and the rituals being performed. The book will be published in both English and Dutch.