Barnet Multifaith Forum
Exciting News - Calling all 16-25 year olds.
Be part of the Barnet Multi Faith Youth Forum.
THURSDAY 11 APRIL 2019
6.30pm - 8.30pm
We are inviting young people aged 16-25 years old, living, studying, working and worshipping in Barnet to represent their faith community and to be part of the Barnet Multi Faith Youth Forum.
The Barnet Multi Faith Youth Forum aims to be representative of the all the diverse faiths within Barnet.
On Thursday 11 April, we are holding an initial session for the young people of Barnet to come together to begin to set some key visions for the BMFYF and what purpose the forum can serve for building a stronger and cohesive community.
The Youth Council of the Faith and Belief Forum will facilitate the session.
If you are interested to attend or would like to find out more, please contact Tahseen Mehar email@example.com 07956 972 972
Es Rosen the chair of BMFF said that “whilst there appears to be a very worrying level of hate developing within in our society, in this part of North Finchley and for the whole of Barnet tonight we are publically demonstrating, our sense of togetherness.
This Iftar, celebrating the ending of a Muslim fast day, sends out such a hugely important message for us to be here together, and it is genuinely informative, enjoyable and exciting experience that we have created.
We have fashioned a bridge for different communities to explore this space, in which our commonalities are highlighted, our differences celebrated and human connection has been forged. A space in which, ALL faiths can be proud and confident of our traditions.”
We come together to engage in dialogue which aims to promote social cohension and oppose, prejudice, injustice and bigotry
We upload the right to practice our religion, faith and customs in safe neighbourhoods
We advocate to preserve ensure the values of freedom of expression are safeguarded
We aim to build bridges of trust and confidence based on greater understanding and knowledge of each other's faith, beliefs and customs
We ensure that faith communities have a voice in relevant matters effecting issues of faith and belief in the Borough
We support social action projects designed to enhance the environment and living conditions of all in the Boroughs
We recognise that volunteering is the life blood of communities upholding civic responsibility.
We celebrate that thousands of different people from different backgrounds willingly and freely give of their time and energy
If you wish to know more of what we do or would wish to volunteer your skills please tells us more by
Contacting Es Rosen - BMFF Chair & Interfaith Rep for Woodside Park Shul