Awareness Sunday marking 10 years since 9/11 was an opportunity for those of all faiths to come together in peace, forgiveness & reconciliation. The Foundation is seeking ¬£50,000 for a follow-up educational project to help communities who most need it to learn how to reach out and 'live their faith'
It ran from 12:00 PM, 1 December 2011 to 12:00 PM, 1 December 2012
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1099873)
Many people of faith are insecure about their faith, resulting in their feeling threatened by other faiths. A lack of confidence/understanding of their own faith also means they are unable to build bridges with neighbours of other faiths. Awareness Sunday received broad, high-profile ecumenical & inter-faith public support. By building on this unique goodwill, the follow-up project will seek to turn the evil carried out in the name of religion by a handful of people on 9/11 into a force for good
The Awareness Sunday campaign aims to see religion play a proper role through people of goodwill living their faith by educating themselves (through local churches/communities running the 8-session Awareness Course), empowering themselves to heal, reconcile, live their faith and transform relationships through concrete actions, sharing their example in the community & spreading a message & culture of love, awareness, trust & life in place of terrorism‚Äôs culture of hatred, ignorance, fear & death
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