Dublin City Interfaith Forum

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DCIF FAITH IN THE CITY – 2016

Dublin City Interfaith Forum’s series of exploratory sessions of faith and culture, ‘Faith In The City’, continues with a session at Dublin Buddhist Centre, details please click Events tab.

Creating inclusive communities 
where all belong and contribute

Dublin City Interfaith Forum is a network of people from different Faith Communities in Dublin. Our aim is to create awareness and dialogue through relationships that nurture harmony, respect and understanding.

Supporting and organising interfaith gatherings and activities in Dublin City.

DCIF seeks to provide the space and opportunity for Faith Communities to build relationships with and between Dublin City communities, statutory and voluntary organisations and the residents of Dublin City.

Working and networking with and within many World Faiths present in Dublin City.

Dublin City Interfaith Forum draws its membership from the following Faiths currently active in Dublin City: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism.

CN 3 – CHAPLAINCY AND INTERFAITH

Dublin City Interfaith Forum and third level chaplains explore how Chaplaincy as presently structured can assist people of various faiths and religious backgrounds in our third level setting.

World Religion Day 2016

World Religion Day 2016 celebration will be held on Sunday 17th January at 3.30pm at the National Bahá’í Centre, 24 Burlington Road, Dublin 4. The theme this year will be Peace.

DCIF Marks Interfaith Harmony Week 2016

Conference and exhibition about Margaret E Noble’s life and work in India,also highlighting the Indian community in Ireland as a positive example of integration and outline diverse expressions of faith and culture in India – Hindu, Sikh, Muslim,etc

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