Face of Hatred

An Inter Faith Wolverhampton Event 27-30 November

Relatives of ISIS victims Alan Haines and David Henning asked us to respond by simple acts showing we would not let these horrible acts divide us, even more important as sadly they continue.  Let’s show we stand together!
Over the weekend 27-30 Nov a banner of unity will be welcomed at places of worship of all the main faiths in the city.
The weekend will culminate at 4.30pm in Queen Square WV1 1TX when the banner will be presented to the Mayor of Wolverhampton.

For more information and to obtain a leaflet about this event please contact the District Office at www. wsmethodist.org.uk

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