Interfaith Walk 2012

Interfaith Walk
Interfaith Walk

Sheffield InterFaith Walk

SUNDAY 22nd April 2012 @ 14:30PM

PILGRIMAGE OF PRAYER FOR PEACE Join us in the celebration of Faith and Unity

On this day our Interfaith walk will be marked by prayers, silence, and contemplation. We urge everyone to join in the prayers; reflecting on humanity, thinking of war and peace; thinking of fear and hope. We shall pray for everyone in our neighborhoods to be a peace maker.


  • STARTING LOCATION – AL-RAKMAN MOSQUE, Ellesmere Rd, Sheffield, S4 7JD


  • ROUTE DETAILS – 2.5 Miles Walk Through Burngreave and Firth Park. Stopping at each place of worship for personal prayers

A fully detailed route can be found @

Organised By the Islamic Society of Britain (South Yorkshire) In association with Sheffield Interfaith and Burngreave Ashram PO BOX 4171, SHEFFIELD, S6 9BU | 07930 313 773 |

interfaith walk 2012
2:30pm to 4:30pm Sunday 22 April 2012

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