YOUNG FAITH HISTORIANS PROGRAMME
We have partnered with the Museum of London and Faiths Forum on an exciting programme taking place over the next two years working with Young Faith Historians that will engage with the Museum's objects and contribute to a film that will be shown at the new London Museum for years to come.
The Museum of London is moving to a new location at Smithfield Market and is preparing a new display all about faith in London. We are working with young people living and working in London to contribute to a film about practising faith. They are researching and sharing their family and communities' stories of faith in the city and gaining experience working in the museum and heritage sector!
The link below highlights the full details of the what it means to be a Faith Historian on this programme.
Oh & did we mention the Young Faith Historians are paid!
Museum of London Website Page: www.museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/get-involved/faith-historians-open-call
Applications for Young Faith Historians are now CLOSED.
To find out more about the partnership email firstname.lastname@example.org
ENGAGING WITH FAITH LEADERS
We connect faith and belief university societies with Faith Leaders and organise trips to Places of Worship. The best way to learn about other religions is through observation, by visiting and seeing how they practice their faith. We also run scriptural reasoning sessions. Hearing from specialists and Faith Leaders speak about their scripture in the context of a social issue is another effective method of interfaith learning.
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FAITH. JUSTICE. SOCIAL.
Our annual public Multifaith Youth Festival, ‘Faith. Justice. Social.’, brings together students and experts to discuss contemporary issues and their relation to faith. Beginning in Spring 2024, we will be hosting talks and panel discussions on faith and the topics that matter to young people.
From local community groups to leading academics and multifaith practitioners, our experts will be engaging with themes from gender equality to climate change and artificial intelligence. This exciting event, designed to offer issue-based perspectives on the future of faith, is only possible due to the hard work our Multifaith Champions and partner organisations.
We rely on the generosity of our volunteers and the collaboration of the sector to make FJS a continued success.
NMYC STARTING SLOW
Beginning in November, we will be releasing intimate conversations with influential guests that have contributed significant time and work into the multifaith space. Guests include the co-founder of South Asian Heritage Month, Academics, Charity CEO's and many more phenomenal individuals.
Prior to the release of the full episodes on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Youtube, we will be posting clips of our conversations on social media. Make sure you follow us to get a preview of our fascinating discussions. The NMYC Starting Slow podcast is hosted by exceptional students that wish to inspire interfaith collaboration, action and shared learning.
BEDTIME STORIES PODCAST
Listen, learn and relax with the Bedtime Stories Podcast hosted by our Secretary, AJ. Every episode offers our audience a soothing faith-based story, perfect for learning about each other’s religious festivals, ideas and lessons.
We welcome speakers from all faiths and beliefs to recite stories in a tone that helps you unwind and learn about the world of faith. Download, listen and share our podcast.
GENERAL INTERFAITH EVENTS
We are always open to collaborations and running general one-off interfaith events with other organisations. If you would like to run an event with NMYC, please email us at email@example.com