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 →

Faith Covenant signed

Sunday, November 18th the Celebrating Faith 2018 event organised by Brighton & Hove Faith in Action took place at Hove Town Hall. This annual event is an opportunity for the faith community within the City of Brighton & Hove to come together and celebrate the various social welfare and community development projects they are engaged... Continue Reading →

Faith Council February Agenda

Brighton and Hove Faith Council 10am – Noon Thursday, 22nd February 2018 St Patricks Church, 1 Cambridge Road, Hove, BN3 1DE (Parking is very difficult in this location; you may wish to consider alternative transport) Theme: Homelessness   Come and hear presentations of what faith groups are doing to end homelessness and rough sleeping in the... Continue Reading →

Funding training success

The BHFA is pleased to report the Communities Fund Grant Workshop for Faith Organisations was a roaring success, with very positive feedback from participants. Attendees were particularly pleased with the quality of the trainers, who they felt explained the complexities of applying for Council funding well and were much better informed and confident in applying after... Continue Reading →

One Voice Statement following Manchester Incident, vigils in the City on 24 May 2017, how to report and access support

#WeStandTogether The Brighton & Hove ‘One Voice Partnership’ reaffirms that communities, council and police stand together in solidarity in our response following the tragic incident in Manchester yesterday.  We do not tolerate violence against innocent people, wherever it takes place. Together we speak with one voice against extremist perspectives and terrorist actions in the city... Continue Reading →

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