We have been around for the last 40 years to promote 


Dialogue

Understanding

Community Cohesion

 

between people of different faiths and cultures.


“Wolverhampton Inter-Faith..…. established relationships between communities that did not know each other, and built bridges of understanding ……”

The Rt Revd Michael Bourke, Ex-President, IFW

  

 

“Wolverhampton Inter-Faith has been a wonderful example of how human beings of any religious, political or culture experience can advance ……”

The Late Lord Turner of Bilston




"The work done by Inter-Faith has been, is and will continue to be vital to the City.

We must do everything we can to ensure it goes from strength to strength."


Photo of Queen's Award for Voluntary Service


 What We Do (also see ‘Our Activities’)

We bring communities together through annual events such as

Prayers for Peace at St Peter’s Collegiate Church.

Visits to different places of worship both within Wolverhampton and in other cities.

Organise discussions on issues impacting on the local communities.

These events make a positive impact on raising awareness, tolerance and respect between communities.

 

 

We work in partnership with faith organisations in the city, the City Council, the University, the Police, the Probation Service, the Health Service and Compton Hospice.



Link to Inter Faith Network UK website

Click HERE for recent IF Network UK press statements.


We don't have a 'blog' or a facebook page -
See our 'Diary Page' and 'Latest Articles'
to keep up-to-date with us.


Photo of Dinesh Patel

 Dinesh Patel, whose faith led him to work for the victims of 
 Modern Slavery, speaking at the June Bring and Share Lunch. 
 Click the photo to visit the 'My Gateway to Freedom' website. 


Photo of May Bring and Share Lunch

 Rev Teddy Siwila (right) of the Wombourne and Springdale 
 Methodist Churches, talking at the May Bring & Share Lunch 
 about his upbringing and experience as a Minister in the 
 United Church of Zambia. 


Sri Lanka flag

 Interfaith Wolverhampton utterly condemns the atrocity 
 in Sri Lanka.  Click on the Sri Lanka flag to read a message 
 from our Chair, Mrs Parveen Brigue.  A peaceful act of 
 solidarity took place on Wednesday 1st May 2019 
 on the piazza in front of the Civic Centre 

Photo of April Bring & Share

 Hannah Pawley and Debbie Smith at the 
 April Bring & Share Lunch, speaking about 
 Hate Crime and Community Cohesion.  Click the picture 
 to visit the new Wolverhampton Hate Crime website. 


Photo from March Bring and Share Lunch

 Jonathan Crust and accommodation host Julia spoke about 
 the YMCA Open Door Project (providing accommodation to 
 vulnerable young people) at the March Bring and Share Lunch. 
 Click the Photo to visit their website.