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Keighley Faith Trail aims to teach about religions
8:00am Wednesday 4th September 2013 in News
Places of worship in will open their doors this month for a town’s second Faith Trail.
Keighley Interfaith Group is organising the event to let townspeople learn more about major religions.
The first Faith Trail was held in March this year and attracted about 16 people.
The new trail, on September 28, begins at 1pm at Keighley Shared Church, and other buildings will open at half-hour intervals.
The trail involves the Madina Mosque in Spencer Street (1.30pm), St Anne’s Roman Catholic Church on North Street (2pm), Jamia Markazi Mosque in Emily Street (2.30pm) and the Buddha Land Buddhist Centre in Lawkholme Crescent (3pm).
Refreshments will be served from 3.30pm in the Buddhist Centre’s World Peace Cafe.
More information from (01535) 601499.