Coming Events

Pray for Ukraine

A Vigil for Peace

Watford Interfaith Association is organising prayers for a peaceful conclusion to the conflict in Ukraine with faith leaders and civic dignitaries on Sunday 13th March 2022 at 2pm in the Peace Garden, Cassiobury Park. All are very welcome to attend in sending love and care to this very troubled part of the world.

WIFA AGM

Watford Interfaith Association is holding its AGM on 22nd February, on Zoom at 7.30pm.  We have David Scourfield, Town Centre Chaplain as our main speaker to tell us about the wonderful work of the chaplaincy and the Street Angels and more besides, as well as honoured Guests Aga Dychton, Deputy Mayor and Dean Russell, Watford’s MP. Contact the secretary for the Zoom link.

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WIFA prayer and discussion meetings

Tuesday Zoom prayer and discussion meetings, 8.00pm on second and fourth Tuesdays.

In light of the circumstances and not being able to meet up with each other early in 2020 it was decided to hold regular online Zoom prayer meetings. The idea for the prayer meetings was that we could pray for all of humanity, for the healing of the sick, for those who have departed and the comfort of the bereaved, and for assistance and safety of all who are serving society at this extraordinary time. The need for unified thought and action is now and is the key for the healing of the world.

As things have progressed through 2020 and into 2021 we are also taking the opportunity of coming together to learn more about one another’s faiths. The meetings are open to all who want to join and share their favourite prayers, readings, simply listen and meditate, or join in the discussion. Come and go as you need to. The link will be given each fortnight – contact the secretary for details


WATFORD INTERFAITH PEACE GARDEN
Work is ongoing in the Peace Garden in Cassiobury Park.
 

WIFA provides the Sacred Space interfaith discussions and demonstrations for the Watford Celebration, takes part in the Side by Side Herts Fire and Rescue community initiative in which various community groups work together, belongs to the Interfaith Network for the UK and the Herts Interfaith Forum which meets two or three times a year.