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Each year, Awareness Sunday acts as a call to people of faith to make a fresh commitment to foster peace in our communities through education and building bridges with our neighbours.

This year, we shall be marking Awareness Sunday on Sunday 25th September. All are invited to mark Awareness Sunday according to their own traditions and beliefs, such as Awareness Friday or Awareness Shabbat.

UPDATE: The Revd Nadim Nassar will be preaching for Awareness Sunday at St. Paul's Cathedral, London. The service begins at 10.30 am and everyone is welcome!

Awareness Sunday 2014

Since 2011, Awareness Sunday has been marked around the world. Here are some of the places that have marked Awareness Sunday:

  • The United Kingdom: including Basildon, Letchworth, Chester, Rugby and London [Westminster Abbey, St. George's Hanover Square, St. George's Bloomsbury, St. Marylebone Parish Church; Holy Cross King's Cross; St Paul's Knightsbridge; London Community Church ; St. Nicholas Deptford];
  • Europe [St. Gallen, Switzerland]
  • North America (United States and Canada)
  • The Middle East (Syria [National Evangelical Church, Lattakia], Jordan [Amman], Lebanon [National Evangelical Church and the Presbyterian Church, Beirut] and Palestine [Nablus]), 
  • Africa (Zambia and Zimbabwe), and 
  • Asia (Mongolia, Kowloon [All Saints Cathedral, West Kowloon] and Hong Kong).Logo