We are shadows
We are shadows

 

As this sundial says, we are but shadows. Where can we find light, understanding and a firm foundation for this life?

This month we should have had our Easter party in Hanbury Hall. Sadly, due to Covid-19, we couldn’t do so. However, here is a link to some reflections about Easter and what is means:

And, if you have some time, why not try this simple quiz which we have had at previous Easter events: Easter Quiz

We often have a stall at local fairs in the summer, including Boishaki Mela:

Here’s last year’s Christmas Party, with good food and a short talk on the birth of the Messiah…20161210_191706

…and the odd silly hat from a Christmas cracker:

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In addition to our regular weekly events (below), we also run tours at the British Museum, looking at artefacts which help to authenticate the Taurat and its history. A short booklet plus a copy of the Taurat is provided. If you’d like to come on one, please let us know. Here’s one candidate for the Pharaoh in Hozrot Yusuf’s time:

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We also have the run the following events:

English Classes for Women (with female teachers), Wednesdays

Learn to Read and Write Sylheti Nagri, on request

Bengali Film Afternoons, Thursdays 2.30-5.30pm

Points of View Tea & Discussion, Fridays 2-3pm

Studying the Injil, once a month, Sunday from 3pm, contact us for further details

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Downstairs, classroom layout, for English & Nagri

If you’d like more information about these meetings please come in to the shop or use the Contact Us page. We look forward to seeing you.

 

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Downstairs, discussion layout

These are some of the events we have put on in the past to help us find light and life:

 Stories of the Prophets – readings and interactive discussion

History of the Scriptures – multimedia presentation

Tawrat Shorif – an introduction

Dinner and Discussion – social and philosophical topics

Study space
Some of the study space downstairs