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Wolverhampton Inter-Faith Group was
founded in 1974, “to provide education of all forms, aimed specifically at the
production of knowledge and understanding of the beliefs and practice of
religious faiths, with the purpose of the enhancement of harmony within the
Borough (now City) of Wolverhampton.”
We are now in our 27th.
year, with a wealth of experience in spreading information on differing faiths
and communities; encouraging schools and community groups to join in festivals,
take part in social and cultural events, and visit each other’s places of
With some 35 faith communities
worshipping in the city, Wolverhampton is an ideal place to learn about faith
and religion in a multi-ethnic society.
Each year many schools make return
visits to the various Churches, Temples, Gurdwaras and Mosques, showing a new
generation of children how their neighbours worship.
Due to the interest shown by schools
and colleges from outside Wolverhampton, we decided to extend this service to
all schools and groups within a day’s travelling distance.
As a result, we are delighted to have had visitors from Redditch, Bromsgrove, Tamworth, Ross-on-Wye, Kidderminster and Powys, and to have received enquiries from Staffordshire, Shropshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
We are able to offer Schools,
Colleges, and other Interested Groups, escorted visits to various Places of
PARKING is available at most
places of worship.
If you are interested in booking a
visit, or simply require further information, please contact The Administration
From our extensive network of contacts
and members, we can provide individuals who are prepared to visit schools,
colleges and interested groups or bodies, to give lectures, tutorials and
general information on particular faith communities, including:
Our Office and Resource Centre also
contains information on many other different faiths, including:
Slides and Tapes.
©2001 Wolverhampton Inter Faith Group
Last modified: June 09, 2001