Bristol Multifaith Forum 2012

We are working with the Forum to try to secure funding to conduct a faith audit in Bristol.

Faith communities are throwing open their doors this weekend, offering the public the chance to visit places of worship and meet members of the congregations.

In all, 16 churches, mosques, and temples and other places of worship will be taking part in Diverse Doors Open Day, which will be held on Sunday, September 14 from 11am until 4pm. The event is being organised by Bristol Multi-Faith Forum in conjunction with the city council’s Equalities and Community Cohesion Team.

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The day is intended to complement Doors Open Day which is being held the day before on Saturday, September 13.

Councillor Peter Hammond, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Cohesion and Raising Achievement, said: “Bristol boasts a rich mixture of faiths which contribute to the quality and the diversity of the social, cultural and spiritual life of the city.

“Diverse Doors Open Day offers a great chance to all of us to find out more about one another and the different faiths to be found in Bristol.”

Further information on participating places of worship can be found by emailing info@bmff.org.uk.

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