Chair’s address at OneVoice Vigil for solidarity with Muslim Community

At Hove Town HallFaith and community leaders gathered outside Hove Town Hall to speak in solidarity with the Muslim community locally and globally in response to the New Zealand mosque shootings in ChristChurch. Geoff Raw, CEO of the Brighton & Hove City Council gave the opening speech and introduced the speakers, Imam Muhibur Rahman, Shah... Continue Reading →

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Notice of solidarity Vigils and BHFA news

Dear friendsA number of vigils are being held across the city to remember those killed or injured in the attacks on the two mosques in New Zealand and the incident on Sunday in Stanwell, Surrey. It is also an opportunity to remember all those killed or injured elsewhere in the world in similar violence, e.g.... Continue Reading →

#WeStandTogether

From "ONE VOICE" in Brighton & Hove Communities across Brighton & Hove stand together as One Voice Following the incident at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in New Zealand early this morning, the city’s One Voice Partnership strongly condemns this act of violence on innocent people. We do not tolerate violence against... Continue Reading →

Press Release New Zealand Mosque Shootings

From the Acting Chair of Brighton & Hove Faith in Action & The City of Brighton & Hove Faith Council, The Most Revd Dr Jerome Lloyd, Titular Archbishop of Selsey For immediate publication "Brighton & Hove Faith in Action the multi-faith charity and facilitator of the city of Brighton & Hove’s Faith Council representing over... Continue Reading →

Faith Council Agenda 14th March 2019

Please find attached the Agenda for this week's Faith Council meeting on Thursday, March 14th from 10am at Brighton Congress Hall (Salvation Army, map and address below). There is some limited parking at the rear of the hall or on-street parking on Union Road along the top of The Level. All major bus routes converge... Continue Reading →

“The Power of Stories” CFHP workshop…

In February a small but lively and engaged group of representatives from different faith communities converged at Brighton Salvation Army for a workshop delivered by leading interfaith charity The Faith & Belief Forum. The purpose of the workshop was to prepare prospective panellists for a School Assembly Faith Tour as part of the education development... Continue Reading →

Young Voice Hate Project

New project tackling hate People aged 18-30 are invited to join the new Young Voice social media project . We are looking for people who would like to work with us to put out positive messages to celebrate our diverse communities, build cohesion, and stand together against all forms of hate. Participants will receive two... Continue Reading →

Notice: Faith Council Meeting 17 Jan

Notice of the next Brighton & Hove Faith Council.  It will be held at the Salvation Army, 10 AM on January 17th 2019. Map below. Agenda to follow. We would love to see you. We will be looking more closely at homelessness provision, the on-going crisis and how the faith community can play a role.  Please do come... Continue Reading →

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