E-Bulletin from 2nd June

We have started publishing fortnightly e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Tuesday 2 June. 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…

Mental Health Care and Faith Communities

At our next Forum Open Meeting on Tuesday 9th June we will be discussing and exploring issues around ‘Supporting Mental Health Care: How Can Faith Communities And Health Professionals Work Together?’ This is an open meeting and all are welcome to attend. We will be exploring: * How does a person’s faith affect the way…

Most recent E-bulletin – 15th May

We have started publishing fortnightly e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Friday 15 May. 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…

General Election 2015

It’s not worth voting! – True or False? With this question open for discussion 14 people from 3 different faith communities within the city of Bristol sat down together to talk about being involved in politics in the run up to the General Election. At the meeting, organized by the Bristol Multi Faith Forum, on…

Our first E-Bulletin

We have started publishing fortnightly e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our first edition, published on Friday 17th April. Please do 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…

BMFF News Magazine April 2015

Our latest news magazine is available to read online or to download. In this month’s edition we say goodbye and thankyou to Farzana Saker and welcome our new Development Worker. There are articles on Islamophobia, Remembering the Bosnian Genocide and the Organ Donation Conference, amongst others. There is also information on upcoming events. If you would like to…

Sincere condolences to the family of Becky Watts

The Bristol Multi Faith Forum, representing the network of people from all different faith groups in the city, offers sincere condolences to the family of Becky Watts. The death of a loved daughter is hard enough to bear. The circumstances and crimes that brought about Becky’s death are horrific. It is hard to understand how…

‘Remembering the Bosnian Genocide’ HMD Event

As part of Holocaust Memorial Day we held an event ‘Remembering the Bosnian Genocide’ on Thursday 5th Feb 2015. It was a free event to remember the victims of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides, with particular emphasis on the Bosnian Genocide. Our VIP speakers were Lord Paddy Ashdown and and Stephen Williams, MP. Candles were lit to remember all…

Read our January 2015 News Magazine

Our latest news magazine is available to read online or to download. In this month’s edition there are articles on community engagement, the new Multi Faith Support Service that is being piloted in Bristol’s Civil Justice Centre, a series of events held in the autumn called Two Sided Story, amongst others. There is also information on upcoming events. If…

‘Telling Real Stories of Faith Communities in Bristol’

This was the title of our 2014 AGM and open meeting. It was focussing on ‘Them’ and ‘Us’… how to tell real stories of the Faith Communities in Bristol. Unfortunately our speaker Tim Pemberton was unable to attend and we couldn’t arrange another speaker despite our best efforts. However, under the direction of our Chair Tracey Lewis,…