The Feast is pleased to announce the details of our latest Training Day.
Are you keen to challenge Islamophobia or poor treatment of any minority group in your community? Do you want to enable young people to live and express their faith well in healthy and positive ways? Are you passionate about empowering young people to be leaders of social change? Do you have problems with diversity in your youth work context? Are you just curious about what The Feast is doing?
The Feast continues to grow as a world leader in interfaith youth work. We receive enquiries about our work almost daily – from across Birmingham, the UK and even from other countries – and we would love many more to join us on this journey. This training day will help you to think about how you can, like The Feast, facilitate young people in dialogue and help them to live and express their faith well.
This training day is open to people of all faiths.
The training will be facilitated by our experienced youthworkers who will be able to share our experience and practice, so that many more can build on our journey.
To book your place on this training course, please contact The Feast using the contact details above. Tickets can be purchased using the Paypal Link below, or by cheque/cash. Please make cheques payable to ‘The Feast Youth Project’.
More details on other training days can be found here.
Terms and Conditions:
We understand that it is sometimes necessary for delegates to cancel bookings due to outside circumstances. To cancel a booking, please contact The Feast using the details above. Cancellations received less than 48 hours in advance, or non-attendance, will still be liable to pay the full event fee, and no refunds will be given.
Whilst we endeavour to deliver our events as advertised, there may circumstances where it is necessary to change venues or other details with minimal notice or, in exceptional circumstances, to cancel an event. In the case of an event cancellation delegates will either be offered an alternative date, a credit note or a full refund of event ticket costs.
The Feast will not compensate delegates for any travel costs associated with attendance at events.
With countries at war with each other and within themselves due to religious differences, The Feast exists to equip Christian and Muslim teenagers to live peacefully with each other, despite these differences. Project Ghana is an interfaith social action project enabling 8 Christian and Muslim youth in the UK to share this learning around preventing and appropriate responses to religious conflict, with teens in Ghana whilst working to sustainably enhance the lives of local children.
Unfortunately all our places are filled, but please visit the Facebook page to stay up to date with the project.