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The Coexist Pilgrimage - People of Faith Walk as People of Peace

Leaders from Britain's major faiths will walk across London to affirm a shared commitment to freedom, equality, democracy and respect for life. Open to all who wish to solidarity with faith communities
When Feb 19, 2015
from 11:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Central London
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Contact Phone 079 4953 8189
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The pilgrimage will meet at the Regents Park Mosque and move to to the Central Synagogue in Great Portland Street followed by Westminster Abbey. There will be a time of reflection at each venue. The pilgrimage will be welcomed at Parliament to show a united love of democracy and end at St Thomas' Hospital to emphasise shared respect for life. The pilgrimage is open to believers of all the great faiths and all those who wish to show solidarity with the faith communities. This event is organised by alumni from the Cambridge Coexist Leadership Programme, an initiative of the Coexist Foundation in partnership with the Cambridge Inter-faith Programme and supported by other interfaith organisations.

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