of CofE, the church of All Saints' in Ascot Heath was
consecrated in 1864. JIMAS was kindly invited to it
a group affiliated to it, and took part in a very
warm, respectful and beneficial dialogue on Islam
on October the 8th 2006 in All Saints' Hall.
photos of the two hour session is provided below.
You can see a bigger version by clicking on them.
Peace Education Network (ASPEN) began meeting prior to this
country’s last conflict, euphemistically termed by the UK media
Gulf War 2. It has been constituted as an independent voluntary
organisation. It aims to build upon the tremendous concern felt
by everyone about the war in Iraq. People worldwide, particularly
the young, have woken up with a renewed intention to engage
In peace building, by resolving conflict, and the group aims
to actively promote peace and understanding through educational
visits to schools, informed debates, entertaining neighbours
with hospitality teas or lunches so improving relationships
where we live.
group meets formally every quarter and plans to invite experienced
peace activists to inspire us. Strictly speaking it is not
a Christian only group although many of its members worship
at All Saints Church. It is not a political organisation only
humanitarian. If you wish to join you will be most welcome.
more details or to join the mailing list please contact Mrs.
A Yarwood 01344- 621167 or Rev. Lynn Trainor 01344-885754.
good selection of books including copies of the noble
Quran and biographies of the blessed Messenger was given
as a gift which was gratefully accepted by ASPEN.