Interfaith Youth Circle
A movement for a more compassionate world
Transforming the lens through which everyday people view different religions and beliefs
Crucial, challenging and potentially controversial conversations made possible
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Attend our various events, such as our monthly Scriptural Reasoning (SR) sessions! We cover a multitude of intersectional issues that are fascinating to discuss and share ideas about.
Get familiar with what it takes to build friendships across faiths and beliefs - learning how to disagree better is a skill that takes practice. Some might find that it's second nature, while others might find that it requires a shift in mindset.
Express interest in becoming a facilitator with us, and you can undergo a training process! However, we would like to have you participate in several SR sessions first.
26 Feb, 1.30pm at OnePeople.sg
Charity is a voluntary act of giving help and its concept is prevalent in most, if not all, faiths. When trouble arises, it becomes a uniting force, bringing out our inner humanity. It puts us in a quick motion to render help as soon as possible.
How then do we foster the art of giving voluntarily? How do the different faiths define charity?
Let us explore the concept of charity within various scriptures and how it's practised by believers.
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Our coverage on CNA
Global terror groups are training their sights on Southeast Asia, with calls being made for Muslims to take up arms and fight in Marawi and Rakhine.
Sujadi Siswo finds out how Interfaith Youth Circle engages a diverse community like Singapore regarding issues of faith.
Jump to 06:00 & 14:08 of the video
Our coverage on Detik
In Jan 2021, a 16-year-old boy was detained after allegedly planning to attack two mosques in Singapore. He had been inspired by the Christchurch terror attack in New Zealand; one of the worst mass shootings in their history.
How can we address the rise of online radicalisation among the youths of today? Interfaith Youth Circle weighs in on the subject, together with one of our very own youth participants (proud!).