Posted by: bbburnley | October 17, 2019

‘Let my people go!’

Posted by: bbburnley | October 14, 2019

Voices from the Holy Land

Posted by: bbburnley | October 10, 2019

Burnley Ladies’ Prayer Breakfast

Posted by: bbburnley | October 10, 2019

Service in the Community

Posted by: bbburnley | October 9, 2019

Interfaith Prayers

Posted by: bbburnley | October 4, 2019

In the belly of the whale- the story of Yunus (AS) Jonah!

The mission of Jonah or Prophet Yunus is a timeless story that tells us there is a way out, if only we have faith. Jonah/Yunus was called to preach to the people of Nineveh. 

All this, and more, is the story of Prophet Yunus/Jonah (peace be upon him) to be explored at 

Building Bridges in Burnley’s annual 3rd Scriptural Reasoning is taking place on Wednesday 9th October at All Saint’s Church 638 Padiham Road

Burnley BB12 6TQ, Arrival 10am for 10.30am start until lunchtime.

The theme this year is the Prophet Yunus/Jonah and the reliance of God in times of Despair. Passages are available from Christian Muslim and Baha’i Scripture. Hosted and led by Fr Charlie Hill probably the brightest of our Christian scholars in the Church of England in East Lancs.

A soup and Sandwich lunch suitable for most dietary requirements will be available. All welcome.

We organise this annually as we have experienced in the past that this helps create learning and understanding, exploring differences and builds friendships. People of different faiths come together to read and reflect on their scriptures side-by-side in the company of someone outside your tradition who may not have read your scripture before, and who sees it through very different lenses to your own. The result is often a deeper understanding of others’ and one’s own scriptures, as well as the development of strong bonds across faith communities.

Building Bridges in Burnley urging everyone to attend.

Posted by: bbburnley | October 2, 2019


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Posted by: bbburnley | September 28, 2019

Walk of Faith.

Posted by: bbburnley | September 15, 2019

World Peace Day.

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