AN INFORMAL AND GROWING NETWORK OF PEOPLE

IN AND AROUND SALISBURY WITH OR WITHOUT RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION

Working for peace with justice and reconciliation in Israel/Palestine 

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NEXT EVENTS

29 NOV-4 DEC 2022

ST THOMAS'S CHURCH

ST THOMAS'S CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL

Celebrate the run-up to Christmas by visiting

St Thomas's Church where SCIP will be displaying a Christmas tree to raise awareness of justice and peace initiatives in the Holy Land.

St Thomas's Church

St Thomas's Square

Salisbury SP1 1BA

Please click here for more information.

1 DEC 2022

FRIENDS OF BETHLEHEM UK

THE ALROWWAD BETHLEHEM DANCE GROUP

Dancers from the Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem visit the Cathedral as part of their UK tour of 'The Camp's Gate', a powerful performance of music, theatre and traditional Palestinian dabka dance.

2.15pm & 3.15pm

Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury SP1 2EF

Performances included in general Cathedral admission. 

For more information please click here.

6 DEC 2022

SARUM CONCERN FOR ISRAEL/PALESTINE

FROM ADVENT TO CHRISTMAS: AN ALTERNATIVE CAROL SERVICE

Help support SCIP in its work supporting justice and peace in Israel/Palestine by joining us for an alternative carol service with special messages from Bethlehem led by Canon Jonathan Herbert.

6:00pm

United Reformed Church

30 Fisherton Street

Salisbury SP2 7RG

Zaytoun stall and Palestinian refreshments to follow.

"Peace is not the product of terror or fear. Peace is not the silence of cemeteries. Peace is not the silent result of violent repression. Peace is the generous, tranquil contribution of all to the good of all. Peace is dynamism. Peace is generosity. It is a right and it is a duty."

 

Archbishop Oscar Romero