Midwest Interfaith Network Prayer Event – Richard pictured with The Mid West Interfaith Network and friends outside the offices of Doras Luimni Limerick. Picture: Cillian Keogh.
On Saturday 13 February, the Midwest Interfaith Network Prayer Event is an multi faith payers for peace event at the Limerick Sacred Space. Limerick Sacred Space is a devotional space open to all. The Midwest Interfaith Network Prayer Event is offering people the opportunity to share prayers, music, meditations and writings from all faith and spiritual traditions in an atmosphere of welcome that celebrates our common humanity.
Sponsored by the Limerick Bahá’í Community, Midwest Interfaith Network Prayer Event takes place at Shannon Rowing Club each Saturday from 11.00a.m. – 1.00p.m until the end of February.
The Bahá’í Faith is an independent world religion that emphasises universal peace, the elimination of prejudice, and the unity of all people.
The Mid-West Interfaith Network is comprised of people from many diverse faiths and cultures, which aim to encourage awareness, and to promote mutual understanding and respect of different traditions followed by people in Limerick. Since its inception in 2010, the Network has organised a number of events – multi-faith devotional meetings, participation in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and a visit to President Mary McAleese, to name a few.In the past
In the past decade Ireland has become an increasingly multi-religious and multi-cultural society and our need to learn more about people from other traditions is growing. Everyone knows that religious and cultural differences can be a cause of tension, or even violence, but often people don’t realise how powerful ordinary relationship building, can be even in the face of serious problems.
All are welcome to come along and contribute or just to relax and enjoy the atmosphere. Free Tea and Coffee will be provided on the day.
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