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Faiths in the forest

Faiths in the forest

Faiths in the forest

Epping Forest District Museum puts on its first online exhibition in partnership with Chabad Lubavitch Buckhurst Hill and the British Jewish community.

The exhibition contains photographs of annual Jewish holidays, menorah lighting services from across the district and snapshots of Jewish life, all selected by members of Chabad Lubavitch Buckhurst Hill.

View the display

Visit in person:

  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39 – 41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday and Friday to Saturday 10am to 4pm. Closed Thursday and Sunday
  • Free entry

The photographs will be on display until Saturday 29 April 2023.

Chabad Lubavitch Buckhurst Hill

Chabad Buckhurst Hill gives Jewish people of all backgrounds the chance to experience Judaism in a fresh environment and learn more about their Jewish roots, tradition and culture.

The museum team has collaborated with Chabad Lubavitch Buckhurst Hill on a number of projects over the last few years, including the ‘The Boys: Holocaust Survivors in the Epping Forest District’ exhibition and Inter Faith Week 2021.

For more information visit the Chabad Lubavitch Buckhurst Hill website

The Essex Faith Covenant event

On Tuesday 8 November, Epping Forest District Museum hosted the annual Essex Faith Covenant (EFC) event.

This event gave faith leaders and public services the opportunity to come together to strengthen community cohesion, network and celebrate the work taking place in the district and across Essex.

A celebration of cultural diversity

Ivor Moody, Vice Dean and Canon Pastor, Chair of the Mid-Essex Inter Faith Forum and Chair of Essex Mind and Spirit said:

The event was a microcosm of everything for which the EFC stands; hospitality, inter faith networking, interaction with public services and a celebration of cultural diversity.

The museum opened its doors to illustrate, through its imaginative and innovative displays, how an organisation can positively impact on the area it serves, by showcasing so much about what has formed the character and identity of such a rich and vibrant community.”

Essex Faith Covenant

The Essex Faith Covenant, the first county-wide Faith Covenant in the UK, was launched in October 2017. It continues to drive the partnership between faith communities and public services through a set of principles that guide engagement, improve relationships and promotes open and practical working.

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