‘Eternity’ – what’s next?

‘Eternity’ – what’s next?

Join us for an event in Birmingham on April 27th to explore how a knowledge of eternity can help us to live well now.

Eternity, what’s next?

What happens to us after we die? Join us on Thursday 27th April to find out more.

The Centre for the Art of Dying Well and the Institute for Theology and Liberal Arts at St Mary’s University are hosting an interfaith conversation in Birmingham about eternity, and how a knowledge of eternity can help us to live well now.

The venue is Nishkam Centre, 18-20 Soho Road, Handsworth, Birmingham B21 9BH

On Thursday 27th April from 6pm to 8pm, including time for refreshments.

Book online now.

This event is free to attend. Choose from in person or online.

Speakers include:

  • The Most Reverend Bernard Longley, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Birmingham
  • Rabbi Yossi Jacobs, The Chief Minister of the Birmingham Hebrew Congregation, Singers Hill Synagogue
  • Simon Romer, Teacher of Buddhism
  • Anjana Shelat, Midland region coordinator of Hindu Mandir Network UK, Trustee at Shree Laxmi Narayan Temple
  • Dr. Gopinder Sagoo, from the Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewa Jatha community in Birmingham
  • Mohammad Asad MBE, lead Imam at Birmingham Central Mosque
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