‘Food Poverty’ – Bristol Multi-Faith Forum Open Meeting – 27th September

Our next Open Forum Meeting is on Tuesday 27th September 2016  at 6.30pm to 8.30pm (Vegetarian refreshments available from 6pm) at the Barton Hill Settlement, (4th Floor Terrace Room, ) 43 Ducie Road, Bristol, BS5 0AX. The topic is ‘The role of Faith Communities in alleviating food poverty’ with speakers from the Bristol Council of Mosques, FoodCycle…

Latest E-bulletin – published 1st September 2016

We publish regular e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Thursday 1st September 2016. Please contact us with any news or information that you would like to have included in future editions. Please forward this to anyone who may be interested in being added to our email list. Send any event information to…

Terror attack in a Catholic Church in Rouan, France. 26.7.2016.

A few words from our Chair…. We hear news of another dreadful act of terrorism in France enacted by people claiming to be motivated by a religiously identified group. Expressions of horror are voiced by people across Europe and beyond. How do we begin to challenge such violence and the people who both inspire and…

Latest E-bulletin: Wednesday 13th July

We publish regular e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Wednesday 13 June2016. Please contact us with any news or information that you would like to have included in future editions. Please forward this to anyone who may be interested in being added to our email list. Send any event information to me…

Following on from the Referendum vote…

On Thursday 7th July people of different faith communities in Bristol got together to talk about the result of the EU membership referendum result. It was a lively meeting where we talked about the ways in which some in our communities had experienced increased tension and incidents of low level  hate crime. We encouraged faith…

News Magazine July 2016

Our Summer News Magazine is out. Have a look to keep up to date with some of the activities we have been involved with over the past few months. Read about our partnership work, hustings , Race Equality in Nature Conference and our Faith Trail.      To read it click here  

Open Letter on Hate Crime

In the wake of the EU Referendum, Avon and Somerset Chief Constable Andy Marsh and PCC Sue Mountstevens have written an Open Letter. They say they want to take the unusual step of writing an open letter to reassure our communities that they will do everything they can to keep them safe. Read the full letter by…

Some words from our Chair following the referendum vote

The referendum on the UK membership of the European Union resulted in a ‘Leave’ vote. Personally, I am very sad. I know that there are others who see this day as a positive step. The challenge is how shall we pull together now to make something robust, positive and helpful from the situation we have…

Latest e-bulletin: 21 June 2016

We publish regular e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Tuesday 21 May 2016. Please contact us with any news or information that you would like to have included in future editions. Please forward this to anyone who may be interested in being added to our email list. Send any event information to…