Dialogue iftar with Bexley Interfaith Forum and Bexley MET Police

Invitation Only
Free to Attend

The Boathouse Danson Park, Danson Rd., KENT, DA6 8HL

Dialogue Society Welling Branch hosted a dialogue iftar dinner with the partnership of Bexley Interfaith Forum and Bexley MET Police. The event brought together one hundred individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds to celebrate the spirit of peace and unity during the holy month of Ramadan. Attendees included members of various faiths, community leaders, and representatives from local organizations, all of whom came together to share in the experience of breaking fast and fostering intercultural understanding.

Throughout the evening, guests were treated to a traditional Iftar meal featuring a variety of delicious dishes from diverse cultural traditions. The atmosphere was one of warmth and camaraderie as attendees engaged in lively conversation, exchanged stories, and forged new connections.

The highlight of the event was a series of discussions and reflections on the theme of “Peace and Unity” and its relevance in today’s world. Participants shared their perspectives on the importance of embracing diversity, building bridges of understanding, and working together to create a more harmonious society.

As part of our commitment to promoting peace and unity in our community, we also highlighted various initiatives and projects aimed at fostering intercultural dialogue and promoting social cohesion.

Overall, the event was a resounding success, underscoring the power of bringing people together to celebrate our shared humanity and collective aspirations for a better world.