This debate, organised by the Baroness Warsi Foundation, the Woolf Institute, and the Von Hügel Institute for Critical Catholic Inquiry, brings together future faith leaders to explore modern places of worship.
Worship, like everything else, evolves over time. In this debate, a panel of young Christian, Muslim and Jewish faith leaders will come together to explore what future congregations and their ministers of religion will need from their places of worship. Discussion will range from the structure and design, the context of living in a pluralist society, and developing interfaith collaboration, inclusive and exclusive spaces and the use of technology.
Rabbi Shlomo Shagalow (Chabad of Cambridge)
Ben Bell (Senior Student, Westcott House)
Isaac Wharton (Novice, Dominican Order)
Shams Tameez (Imam of High Wycombe mosque, graduate of Jamia al Karam, Retford and Cambridge Muslim College)
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