• Our latest e-bulletin – published Friday 14th September 2018

    We publish regular e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Friday 14th September 2018. 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 at johanna@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk.

    Read the e-bulletin here

  • Our latest e-bulletin – published Tuesday 14th August 2018

    We publish regular e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Tuesday 14th August 2018. 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 at johanna@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk.

    Read the e-bulletin here

  • May 2018 – Bristol Walk Fest: Multi Faith Trail

    This free event took place from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm. People could walk the whole trail or join one or more parts of this trail, visiting the Bristol Hindu Temple, the Bristol Bahai Centre, the Bristol Central Mosque and the Bristol and West Progressive Synagogue.

    Each visit lasted roughly 45 minutes and walks between venues were about 10 to 20 minutes long.

    Start Location: Hindu Temple – 163 Church Road, Bristol, BS5 9LA

    End Location: Bristol & West Progressive Synagogue, 43/47 Bannerman Rd, Bristol BS5 0RR

    Distance: 2.5 miles

    Duration: 1 hr walking/4 hr event in total with visits

    Joint organisers were Bristol Multi Faith Forum and Inner City and East Bristol Health Team

    It was really well attended, with 18 to 24 walkers joining, including the then Lord Mayor, Councillor Cleo Lake.

    The majority of walkers had no faith, 3 “kind of” and none of the walkers had been into the Bahai centre or other venues before.

    Some comments

    ·         “It’s the first time in my life I’ve seen a Torah”

    ·         Especially a Torah from that survived the 2nd world war!”

    ·         “It has been really informative and healthy at the same time”

    ·         “It was really fascinating to learn and visit different religious buildings and learn about similarity (in faiths), we need to keep such connections”

    ·         Excellent, would be nice to see more young people during term”

    ·         “ Thanks very much for oyur hospitality and presentations, I would definitely encourage others ot participate in future events”

    ·         “Really interesting introduction to different faith communities. A chance to wander some little known streets too”

    See photos from the day here

    See our poster here

    See the Trail details here

  • Our latest E-Bulletin – Published Wednesday 14th March 2018

    We publish regular e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Wednesday 14th March 2018. 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 at johanna@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk.

    Read the e-bulletin here

  • Our 2017 AGM & Conference: ‘The Role of Faith Communities in Tackling Hate Crime’

    Our annual conference looked at ‘The Role of Faith Communities in Tackling Hate Crime’. It was held on Tuesday 21 November 2017 at Barton Hill Settlement and our key note speaker was Alex Raikes, Director (Strategic) of SARI. You can see a gallery of photos from the event here . You can read our latest Annual Report for the year 2016 – 2017 here. Full notes from the Conference will be available here shortly. For any further information please contact our Development Officer Lily Khandker: info@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk or call 07789 040267 (mobile)

  • Our 2017 AGM & Conference: ‘The Role of Faith Communities in Tackling Hate Crime’

    Our annual conference looked at ‘The Role of Faith Communities in Tackling Hate Crime’. It was held on Tuesday 21 November 2017 at Barton Hill Settlement and our key note speaker was Alex Raikes, Director (Strategic) of SARI. You can see a gallery of photos from the event here . You can read our latest Annual Report for the year 2016 – 2017 here. Full notes from the Conference will be available here shortly. For any further information please contact our Development Officer Lily Khandker: info@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk or call 07789 040267 (mobile)

  • Our latest e-bulletin – Wednesday 15th November 17

    We publish regular e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Wednesday 15th November 2017. 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 at johanna@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk.

    Read the e-bulletin here

  • The Role of Faith Communities in Tackling Hate Crime

    Join us at our AGM and Conference to explore The Role of Faith Communities in Tackling Hate Crime. Tuesday 21 November 2017 from 4pm to 7pm.  (tea/coffee from 3.30pm & refreshments at 6pm). At Barton Hill Settlement, 43 Ducie Rd, Barton Hill, Bristol, BS5 0AX.  To book a place at the AGM/Conference please contact our Development Officer Lily Khandker: info@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk or call 07789 040267 (mobile)

  • Our latest e-bulletin – Sunday 15th October

    We publish regular e-bulletins – with information on events, resources and funding. Read our latest edition, published on Sunday 15th October 2017. 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 at johanna@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk.

    Read the e-bulletin here

  • Our latest News Magazine

    We produce twice yearly reviews of all our work. Read about some of what we’ve been up to over the last few months in this Spring 2018 News Magazine. It covers some of our activities during the winter and spring months – and there are lots of lovely photos.

    See the News Magazine here

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