Passover: Multifaith Seder night

‘Truly Inspirational’ During a residential week for young people at Ammerdown, an interfaith retreat centre in Somerset, Salaam Shalom hosted a Seder meal on the second night of Passover. The meal was a truly unique experience for a group of people from numerous faiths and those of none; eating, joking, singing…

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Ammerdown Reflections

In March Salaam Shalom provided a residential week for young people of all backgrounds in partnership with Ammerdown, an interfaith retreat in Somerset. Here three participants, Tom, Emma and Maz, reflect on their experiences at Ammerdown. Over the course of 5 days, Maz, Emma and I took part in a…

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THE DESTRUCTION OF THE TEMPLE: THE ANCIENT ORIGINS OF ANTI-SEMITISM

THE DESTRUCTION OF THE TEMPLE: THE ANCIENT ORIGINS OF ANTI-SEMITISM Tuesday 11th December 7.30 Martin Goodman • Professor • Oxford University In 70 CE, after a war which had flared sporadically for four years, three Roman legions, under the command of the newly self-appointed emperor Vespasian and his son Titus,…

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