Sikh Christian Understanding – postponed

No74 – London Spring

Sikh Christian Understanding

postponed 2pm-4pm
(informal lunch from 1pm)

Spring boarding inter-faith dialogue –
taking collective ownership
at the grassroots level,
with inspiration and movement
supported by the Abbot of Ealing

No 74, Castlebar Road, Ealing


Led by Fr James Leachman  with
 Dr. Inderjeet Singh Wasu who will be in Southall from Punjab from 5 to 26 July to meet interested people in no74 Castlebar Road.

We have been discussing with Sikh friends and members of the Committee of Ealing Sikh Gurdwara if we can arrange a meeting on Saturday 17 June in the afternoon. Now our plans have developed enough to commit ourselves to arranging the afternoon.

Our intentions are to bring people from the Sikh and Christian faiths together with social activists in an atmosphere of peace and trust, to establish unity. We want to look at the varying levels of our human, cultural, religious, spiritual & mystical experience in these two cultures of the London we love. Together as Muslim and Christian believers and non-faith activists we might have unity as sisters and brothers in our shared humanity.

Our aim is to help more people to remember just how easy it was for Europeans to slide into barbarism, only 70 years ago and we want to prevent something similar and dreadful from happening again.

Helping to make London safer for everyone

      Dom James Leachman is a priest-monk of Ealing Abbey.

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