Living in British society with people of all faiths and none, it is imperative that we learn about one another, respect each other’s beliefs or non-beliefs, and strengthen community relations.
The Muslim Council of Britain supports a number of interfaith initiatives throughout the year and advocates for increasing participation of British Muslims in interfaith work in local communities nationwide
Interfaith Week 2020: Pilot Mosque-Church Conversations
As part of the most recent Interfaith Week, 8-15th November 2020, the MCB supported a pilot mosque-church conversation programme together with colleagues across different Christian denominations and the Christian Muslim Forum.
Useful Interfaith Links:
- National Interfaith Week
- Practical Pointers for Interfaith Dialogue (PDF)
- Teacher Resource for 11-14 Year Old Pupils on Inter Faith
- Near Neighbours
- Christian Muslim Forum
- Muslim-Jewish Relations Introductory Course
- Scriptural Reasoning resources
- Youth Inter Faith Activities Guide
- Press Release: Muslim Leaders’ Visits to Places of Worship: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
- #VisitMyMosque Campaign Website
Webinar: Faith Buildings During Lockdown
As part of the Open House London festival, the MCB hosted an online interfaith panel in September 2020 exploring how faith buildings and their congregations have adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We were joined by Revd Sally Massey (St Paul’s Bayswater and Kensington United Reformed Churches), Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg (New North London Synagogue), Sufia Alam (East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre).