Interfaith meeting to mark Hiroshima anniversary, London

September 21, 2015

South London, 25 September 5.30pm:  the Youth Ministry of The Church of The Lord (Prayer Fellowship) Worldwide and ICAN UK are holding an interfaith meeting to mark the 70th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with a particular focus on the role of young people as key actors in advocating for a ban on nuclear weapons.

The meeting is expected to bring advocates together from diverse faith background in London including British Quakers, Soka Gakkai Buddhists, Pax Christi (Catholic), Lutheran Church of Great Britain, Christian CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament), Council  for African and Caribbean Churches and the United Aladura Churches.

Everyone is welcome – please come along to the Provincial Headquarters of The Church of The Lord (Prayer Fellowship) Worldwide, 25 Surrey Square London SE17 2JU(off Old Kent Road) for 5.30pm on Friday 25th September.

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