The purpose of the Surrey Interfaith Forum (SIF) is to harness and build on the work that has been carried out during the pandemic with faith leaders and partners to support the communities of Surrey.
The SIF will bring the strength of faith communities together, make the best use of collective resources and work in collaboration, strategically with partners, on priorities for Surrey’s communities in delivering the 2030 Community Vision for Surrey.
- To increase the understanding and awareness of faith and beliefs
- To enhance dialogue, connections, and community cohesion
- To coordinate activities and resources leading to efficiency and wider benefit to communities
- To create conduits through ‘trusted voices’ and support with important messaging to communities
Surrey Muslim Association – a platform of Mosques in Surrey
Lord Lieutenant of Surrey and DL Shahid Azeem
Representatives from other faiths and organisations may be invited to attend, as and when appropriate.
Surrey Faith Links has the secretarial role, supported by the High Sheriff’s Office, Dean’s PA and Surrey County Council.
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