Entries by Rosey

St Michael’s Way – Lelant to Marazion – Wednesday, 25th October

For those of you who missed the Cornwall Faith Forum’s walk along St Michael’sWay, there’s another chance to undertake this on Wednesday, 25th October.  Janet McEwan is organising an an interfaith and interdisciplinary walk along the route.  Janet says ‘We will be walking the route with a group of invited speakers and guests with diverse […]

One World Week at Truro Cathedral – 22nd-29th October

One World Week Exhibition Highlighting ways in which we can be Good Neighbours thereby making it a better world for all of us.   In the Cathedral Nave. (Mon -Sat 10-5pm, Sun 12-4pm) FREE.  See leaflet for more information: FLYER FOR OWW 2017 Cathedral version   Special Evensong to mark UN Day at the Cathedral – […]

Threshold Choir Open Event- Liminal Evening, 30th October

We warmly invite you to join us at Roselidden Farm, Trevenen Bal,  Helston,  Cornwall TR13 0PT on Monday 30th October at 7.15 pm. You are welcome to come along: to listen to us, or if you choose, to be wrapped in blankets and receive our singing. Those we have sung to in this way already describe it […]

One Day One Choir, UN International Day of Peace – 21st September 2017

One Day One Choir organiser, Paul Haines, tell us about this amazing recent event: The two day event to raise awareness for the UN International Day of Peace on the 21st September went very well. The first day on Saturday 16th September was held on Lemon Quay with extremely wet weather, particularly in the morning. […]

Community Migration stories

Sarah from Storylines tells us about a new project: In March 2018, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall will be opening their new major temporary exhibition, Titanic Stories (title TBC). A fundamental theme of the Titanic story is that of migration, of people boarding the liner in search of a new life in America. As part of the […]

Pilgrimage

Cornwall Faith Forum’s member, Valerie Ward, shares with us her thought on the Islamic pilgrimage, the Haj: Pilgrimages are journeys motivated by religious sentiments.  They may be to visit a place considered sacred or as an act of devotion.  All major religions have some form of pilgrimage. At the beginning of September 2017 Muslims all […]

Ponsharden Cemeteries – Open Day – Sunday 10th September 2017

Come and have a look round Ponsharden Cemetries On Sunday, 10 September, 2-4pm, there will be an Open Day at the Jewish Cemetery and Dissenters’ Burying Ground (also known as Congregationalists) at Ponsharden in Falmouth adjacent to Sainsburys Store. Keith Pearce, historian and authority on Cornish Jewish life and cemeteries will be on hand to […]

Cornwall Diversity Food Festival – Saturday, 18th November 2017

All Saints Highertown Church Hall, Truro TR1 3LD 12.00 noon — 4.30 pm Food is one of the powerful tools that can be used to encourage dialogue but at times it is not well celebrated. It is the essence of this day to capture that power by showcasing the many food types enjoyed around the […]

Cornwall Takes Tea with the World – Saturday 9th September

At All Saints Church, Highertown, Truro – 2.00 – 5.00 pm with activities throughout the afternoon.  Just drop in! Many times have wars been waged over this, rituals and ceremonies are devoted to preparing it, and about 4 billion people around the world drink it. Since being founded in China over 5000 years ago, tea […]