Is Scotland a tolerant country for people of faith? What has been the experience of Christians and Muslims?

Join us for a fascinating insight into life as a person of faith in Scotland in 2022, as our speakers lay out the obstacles, opportunities and share the story of 'My Faith in Scotland'.

Share your own experience at this event in which people of all faiths and none are warmly invited.

My Faith and Scotland takes place in the Canon Coban Hall at the parish of St John Cantius & Nicholas, 34 West Main Street, Broxburn on Saturday 10 September, 11am to 3pm. See here for map.

Register on our Eventbrite page here.

- Father Tony Lappin - Catholic priest at St Joseph's Parish, Peebles.
- Mohammed Ashman - Blackhall Mosque, Edinburgh.
- Sheila Anderson - Penicuik Trinity Community Church.

Fr Jeremy Bath, parish priest at St Philomena, Winchburgh, and St John Cantius & Nicholas, Broxburn. He is the Vicar Episcopal for Ecumenism & Interfaith Dialogue for the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh.

Event organised by the Commission for Ecumenism & Interfaith Dialogue of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh.