Religious Architectures’ Futures


Baroness Warsi’s Initiative

We’re back on the road again! On 13 September, our ‘Modern Places of Worship’ debate series will make its second stop in Woking.

As home to the Shah Jahan, the UK’s first purpose-built mosque, we know Woking will form the perfect backdrop to explore the past, present and future of religious architecture in the UK.  Our debate chair, Baroness Warsi, will be joined by panellists from the world of architecture, faith, sports, local government and academia.  And you’re invited!  Join us for this free event at 4pm, HG Wells Conference Centre in Woking.

Unable to make this debate? Don’t worry, we’ll also be visiting Birmingham, Liverpool, Cardiff, Glasgow, Cambridge, Belfast and London. Follow us @WarsiFdn for more details and dates.

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