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1st Standing Together Clergy Informal

On Thursday, May 2nd the first multi-faith Clergy Informal "Standing Together" took place at A Taste of Sahara Restaurant on Western Road. Sponsored by Brighton & Hove City Council through the Faith Council's "Combatting Faith Hate Partnership" the event invited clergy and faith leaders from across the city to meet each other in an informal... Continue Reading →

Faith Hustings success!

The Faith Hustings at Brighthelm saw eight local election candidates for the City Council pledge their support for the city's diverse Faith Community. After a period of reflection led by faith leaders and a two minute silence remembering the victims of the Sri Lanka bombings, the evening's discussion began with candidates sharing their thoughts on... Continue Reading →

BHFA Newsletter April 2019

Dear Friend! As this newsletter and various news reports reflect, "hate" is becoming a particular issue in our society today.  The terrible attack on the mosques in Christchurch, NZ last month, though occurring thousands of miles away, had a significant effect on the hearts and minds of people of faith all over the world, not... Continue Reading →

Register to vote!

Local elections take place in Brighton & Hove on Thursday 2 May 2019. Make sure you prepare ahead so you are registered to vote, know what you need to do on the day and to apply for any postal or proxy votes if you are unable to get to your polling station. Who can vote... Continue Reading →

Faith Hustings 2019

An opportunity for people and faith communities to question election candidates on the issues important to them… About this Event On Sunday 18th November 2018 at Hove Town Hall a "Faith Covenant " was signed between Councillor Dan Yates (Leader of the City Council) with the unanimous support of the political parties and representatives of... Continue Reading →

BHFA Clergy Standing Together

Brighton & Hove Faith Council's Combatting Faith Hate Partnership's "Standing Together" Informal is a new bimonthly opportunity for clergy and faith leaders in the city to meet informally, socialise and get to know each other. Funded by the City Council, the purpose is to enable faith leaders to discuss internal or external stresses upon their... Continue Reading →

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