Celebrate Interfaith Week 2018 in Camden

Interfaith Week is from the 11th - 18th of November. We've put together a list of all the events you can find in Camden to help you celebrate Interfaith week 2018!


Remembrance Day Services on Sun 11 November

St Pancras Church

The Interfaith Remembrance Service will be on Sunday 11 November at 10am at St Pancras Church, Euston Road, followed by procession to the Euston Station War Memorial.

On the evening of 11 November there will be the lighting the Beacon to mark the nationwide `Battle’s Over – a Nation’s Tribute’ 100 Years of Remembrance. This will take place in Tavistock Sq Gardens.  Last post at 6.55pm, Beacon Lighting at 7.00 p.m. All welcome.



Diwali Party

Sun Nov 11th 3 pm to 7pm

Swiss Cottage Library and Park, NW3 3HA

Come festively dressed with your family to celebrate this joyful event. With storytelling, dance performances, art, a little dandia dance workshop, aarti, and a veg buffet included, treat all your senses at the Magic Of India's Diwali Party. We will light fireworks together, with security guards there. Bring your own sparklers and fountains! Some of you could also bring decorated aarti thalis from home.

​We are supporting the Charity Pratham UK and British Poppy Appeal. Click here to book tickets.

LGBT Faith and Coffee evening, free admission

Tues 13 November, 6.30 to 8pm at Marchmont Street Community Centre,

62 Marchmont Street, London WC1N 1AB

For LGBT people of faith and friends.

Interfaith LGBT Meeting


World Congress of Faiths, Younghusband Lecture 2018

People in Pigeonholes

Tuesday 13 November 18.30 – 20.30

Montagu Centre 21 Maple Street London W1T 4BE

This is a FREE lecture, followed by discussion for all those interested in inter faith topics.  (There will be a retiring collection for the World Congress of Faiths.)
Dr Chetna Kang MB BS MRCPsych will explore how identities and belonging can bring people together or keep them apart.   Further information from Jenny Kartupelis, jenny@worldfaiths.org or call her on 01223 781781. 
The Montagu Centre has wheelchair access.


God in Gower Street – celebrating faith at UCL – for staff and students

Tue 13 November 2018,12:00 – 14:00

North Cloisters, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

Staff and students of all faiths and none are invited to join a special get-together to mark UK Interfaith Week with a celebration the role of faith at UCL. Click here to book tickets! 

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Interfaith Summit. An interactive, peer-led space for people of all faiths and beliefs to connect, explore, and act, together.

Thursday 15 November, 3.30pm to 9.30pm.  For young people, admission £5 to £9

Coinciding with UK Interfaith Week in November, the summit is a unique event bringing together young people from diverse communities to connect with others, explore important themes, and sign up to joint action in the UK. Along with workshops, panel discussions, roundtables, talks, and an exhibition space, there will be a buzzing festive space for sharing food, music and conversation. The theme of this year’s Summit will be: Intersectionality, Identity and Race.

Further information from the Faith and Belief Forum info@faithbeliefforum.org or call +44 (0) 207 482 9549

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Watch out for local Mitzvah Day collections of food and toiletries which will go to Camden Food Banks.

Mitzvah Day


Open House for Inter Faith Week and Mitzvah Day

Sunday 18 November 13.00 – 16.00

Jewish Museum, 129-131 Albert Street NW1 7NB

Please join us for our Open House Afternoon for Inter Faith Week and Mitzvah Day. Participate in bread baking for charity, join drop-in arts and crafts, and explore our latest exhibitions. This Open House event is free for all to attend between 1 - 4pm.

Further information from admin@jewishmuseum.org.uk or call 020 7284 7384

Jewish museum London


Multi-Faith Concert, All welcome, free admission

Sunday 18 November 2018, 8pm - 9:30pm

The Great-Hall, Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB

Culminating the Multi-Faith Week in Goodenough, this concert will bring together The Good-Sirens and the Goodensemble to celebrate the diversity and richness of faiths in the college through some of the most elating spiritual music ever written. In the programme:
'Stabat Mater', G.B. Pergolesi and more.  Free entrance.