Twelve Years to Save the Planet? SEEFF 2019 Annual Conference Report

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South East England Faith Forum’s 2019 Annual Conference examined faith, belief and non-faith perspectives on climate change, and the influence and impact that faith and non-faith groups can and should have on the future of our planet.

It was held on Monday 16th September 2019 at the University of Surrey Lecture Theatre in the Rik Medlik Building.

You can read a full report of the conference using this link:


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On the 28th June, the Minister for Faith. Lord Bourne,  visited Maidenhead Gurdwara. This was a part of the ministers’ national tour to celebrate the role of faith in communities. He wanted to get a better understanding of the key to the success WAMCF had as an Interfaith organisation and how that may be applied elsewhere.



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Join us at Taplow Court for our 2019 season of free, informal talks. Hear a range of speakers explain the basics of Nichiren Buddhism and learn more about its lay organisation, SGI-UK, part of the fastest growing socially-engaged Buddhist movement in Europe.

If you wish, you can enjoy a walk or picnic in our beautiful gardens before the events, on Wednesdays:

17th August

18th September

Ikeda New Century Hall, Taplow Court, Cliveden Road, SL6 OEP

Doors Open 6pm (Refrshments)

Talk begins at 7pm

Further refreshments 830pm


Wheelchair friendly. Assistant dogs only.

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A varied programme of concerts and events in the beautiful 19th century Church including….

Thames Valley Chorus

Psalms for the Common Era Workshop

Inversion (Organ and Flute)

Gaslights (Old Tyme music Hall Songs)

Andrew Gallacher (Piano) Simon Purdy (Violin)

Maidenhead Choral Society with Rhidian Jones (organ) and Isabel Nisbet (alto)



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Based on the 2019 Peace Proposal to the United Nations by Daisaku Ikeda

A talk by Robert Harrap, SGI-UK General Director

Wednesday 17th April 2019

Doors Open at 1830 for a 1900 start

followed by refrshments, end 2100

At SGI-UK, Taplow Court Grand Culture Centre, Cliveden Road, Taplow SL6 OER


SGI is a worldwide organisation for peace, culture and education

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Interfaith Community Meals

Open to anyone

Tuesdays 615pm to 715pm 

St Luke’s Church, Norfolk Road, Maidenhead, SL6 7AX

Led by the Maidenhead Mosque and St Luke’s Church


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The next WAMCF Women’s Group will take place at St. Luke’s Church, Norfolk Road Maidenhead, SL6 7AX on Monday 18th March from 730pm to 9pm.

Ladies of all faiths or none are very welcome to find out more about Bahai pilgrimage with Mike and Jita Gammage.

Refreshments will be available.

Any queries or for more details please contact: Revd. Sally Lynch 01628 783033

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On Sunday 9th December, the Beaver & Cub Scout groups from Maidenhead Mosque visited the Maidenhead Gurdwara. They visited the main prayer hall where readings take place and enjoyed music from young Sikhs.

Mosque Trustee, Zia Mahiudin  said, ‘We were made very welcome being offered refreshments when we first arrived.  We had a great Questions and Answers session and I feel everybody came away with a greater understanding of Sikhism.’

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Every Christmas Day, Churches Together in Maidenhead organise a Christmas Lunch for elderly or disabled people living locally, who would otherwise be home alone.

Our guests are transported, served and helped by local volunteers.

If you, or someone you know, would like to get involved this Christmas please contact Keith on:

01628 636179 (Home)

07765 505767 (Mobile)

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2018 WAMCF Dialogues

WAMCF will be holding six sessions in their 2018 Dialogue programme.

‘In dialogue, the intention is not to advocate but to inquire; not to argue but to explore; not to convince but to discover.’  Louise Diamond

Tuesday 16th JanuarySGI-UK Taplow Court 'What do you want most in life?'
Tuesday 30th JanuaryMaidenhead Gurdwara'What makes a good friend?'
Tuesday 13th FebruaryDedworth Green Baptist Church'What is true strength?'
Tuesday 27th FebruaryMaidenhead Synagogue'What are you most grateful for?'
Tuesday 13th MarchMaidenhead Mosque'If you could choose just one thing to change about the world, what would it be?'
Tuesday 27th MarchWindsor Humanists'What does it mean to be human?'

Each dialogue will begin at 7pm and end at 830pm with refreshments.

Click here to Download WAMCF 2018 Dialogues Programme

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