Relating to Sikhs and Sikhism

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Do you…
• have Sikh neighbours?
• work with Sikhs?
• employ Sikh staff?
• have a Sikh Gurdwara nearby?
• have a curiousity about Sikh beliefs and practice?
Would it help you to understand Sikhs and Sikhism better?

If so, come to…

Relating to Sikhs and Sikhism
10am to 4pm Saturday 5

th February, 2022
An introductory day for Christians, church groups and

people of all faiths and none
The aims of the day are for participants to:
• gain a working understanding of Sikh beliefs, practices and festivals
• visit and understand the role of a Sikh Gurdwara
• meet and chat with a Sikh
• identify common ground
• ask questions
• become more informed and confident in relating to Sikhs and gurdwaras

Admission free, donations appreciated

The day starts at the Blackley Centre and concludes at the

Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Huddersfield

Measures will be taken to be as Covid safe as practically possible,

so places must be booked in advance with Peter
Centre Office Tel. 01422 646803
The Blackley Centre

Prospect View, Blackley, Elland, West Yorkshire HX5 0TD

(Near Junction 24 of the M62)

Holocaust Memorial Day

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As Holocaust Memorial Day approaches 

A Visit to the 

Holocaust Exhibition 

& Learning Centre 


Schwann Building Level 2 The University of Huddersfield HD1 3DH 

People of all faiths and beliefs who wish to remember and  learn more about the holocaust are most welcome 

3.00pm Sunday, 16th January 

Meet outside or in reception 

Organised by Revd Andy Williams 

Blackley Centre Director for Inter Faith Relations 

As part of the Centre’s Inter Faith Programme 

Free admission 

(Recommended donation of £5 to £10) 

Measures will be taken to be as Covid safe as practically  possible, so places must be booked in advance. 

To book, please email 

Or call the Centre on 01422 646803

Gathering in Glasgow on Conflict and Faith

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Gathering in Glasgow on Conflict and Faith
31st October – 2nd November

This is a 3-day event, exploring the nature of conflict faced by churches and faith communities, and the ways we can work together in conflict transformation.

The event runs from Thursday, 31st October 2019 – Saturday, 2nd November 2019 at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and Adelaide Place Baptist Church, Glasgow and will be packed with inspiring plenary talks, practical workshops and opportunities for networking. We are so excited to be a part of this and by the programme that has been created, and would encourage you to consider attending, or sending someone from your church or organisation. You can find more details on Place for Hope’s website under Events or on Facebook. If you could also like and share the page that would be great.

A word to the wise – the Early Bird rate (which has been extended) finishes on 14th October!

Thank you for reading this, and we look forward to welcoming you to the Blackley Centre, hopefully on 12th October, or at some other time. Thank you for your continued support and interest in the Blackley Centre and our work of peace, reconciliation and inter-faith dialogue.