Orange Ribbon Walk: Rise Against Racism
Want to be part of the movement that stands up against racism? Experience a 3.8km walk that breaks down barriers of race at the annual Orange Ribbon Walk happening on 17th November, 4:30-8pm at the Esplanade Park. Register at https://www.riseagainstracism.sg/ #RiseAgainstRacism #OrangeRibbonWalk #Interracial #Harmony #OneCommunity
Impact Of Islamophobia On Singapore's Multi-religious Social Fabric
What is Islamophobia? Is it warranted and fair? And if not, what can we do about it sensibly? Join us this Saturday, 20th October, for an informational talk on the impact of Islamophobia on Singapore with likeminded people on this topic.
We Are What We Eat by Common Senses Common Spaces
Food is a common and critical need for all man, and an especially common fondness of all Singaporeans - regardless of race, age, gender, religion and profession. While families feast to familial bonding and festivities, food also helps foster friendships, facilitate familiarity, flank formalities and fulfil fellowships. Yet, food have forced friction, fracture and fallout due to fallacies, foolishness and fake news. Food can unite and divide Mankind. Four healthcare and wellness practitioners of different faiths – Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Islam, will share on common dietary habits and benefits, and unique dietary requirements, based on science and spirituality.
Geylang Serai IRCC, Masjid Khalid, Heart Of God Church Blood Donation Drive
Everyone can save lives regardless of race, culture and religion. Through the simple life saving act of blood donations, you can make a difference to those in need. The Geylang Serai IRCC Blood Donation Drive is spread-headed by Geylang Serai IRCC and jointly organised by Masjid Khalid and Heart of God Church. Programme 10.00am: Arrival of donors for registrations / Medial review and blood testing 11.00am: Arrival of GOH – Associate Professor Fatimah Lateef 11.10am: Speech by Masjid Khalid and Heart of God Church Organising Chairmen / Presentation of Certificate of Appreciation to Organisers and Supporters 12.30pm: Lunch for Volunteers and Guests 4.00pm: End of Programme See you there!
Holy Smoke Interfaith Dialogue by Common Senses Common Spaces
Common Senses for Common Spaces (CSCS), returns with another unique interfaith forum. The CSCS dialogue series seeks to facilitate exchanges and expand common spaces to deepen mutual understanding and appreciation, hence respect and trust. In the spirit of the Hungry Ghost Festival, as we approach a month filled with smoke, we bring to you Holy Smoke!which delves into the uses and symbolism of incense in various religions. Religious or spiritual practices involving incense originates in antiquity. From Europe to Asia, and across the Pacific, subscribers of faiths globally believe that incense fumes mark prayer, respect or sacrifice to the heavens, deities or ancestors. While incense fumes act as a purifying and soothing element in faith, it is sensed as a polluting element and discomfort to some. ‘Holy Smoke!’ discusses the ‘Senses and Spirituality’ of incense burning and offerings across communities. We seek the privilege of your presence, to join host Dr Mohamad Maliki Osman, Mayor of South East District and Senior Minister of State for Defence and Foreign Affairs, at the interfaith gathering.
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