Hatred for others, their values and beliefs, can diminish and disfigure communities. It can be like an invasive weed which threatens and chokes good growth in the otherwise beautiful garden of human cooperation and mutual flourishing. Hatred can be the result of ignorance and resentment between creeds and worldviews considered to be incompatible. On the other hand, peace is a most precious plant which can blossom as we seed love to shape our lives and societies according to the purpose of God. The speakers at the Church in Wales webinar on 18th March at 3pm will explore this theme from the perspectives of three Abrahamic Faiths: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.


  • Inaugural address
    The Most Reverend John Davies, Archbishop of Wales
  • Rabbi David Rosen: KSG, CBE
    International Director of Interreligious Affairs of the American Jewish Committee
  • Dr Clare Amos
    Director of Discipleship of the Diocese in Europe and former Programme Executive for Interreligious Dialogue at the World Council of Churches.
  • Asif Iftikhar
    Fellow at the al-Mawrid Foundation for Islamic Research (Lahore, Pakistan) and teacher at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).


Alternatively please send an e-mail to interfaith@cinw.org.uk by 11 March.

Source: churchinwales.org.uk