Interfaith working

Working together to promote understanding and cooperation

Interfaith working promotes understanding, cooperation and good relations between organisations and people of different faiths and of no faith. This can be done by providing opportunities to link up and work together. You can find out more on the Inter Faith Network website.

Kent is increasingly diverse and with our diversity comes a tapestry of rich traditions, different learnings and understandings of faith and life. We have provided this information in partnership with the Kent Equality Cohesion Council and the Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education. We hope it will help:

  • develop conversations and networks
  • allow important discussions, events and celebrations to take place
  • support the aim of increasing community cohesion.

Working together

As well as different faith groups working together, there are many organisations who would be interested in connecting more with faith groups. These include:

Coronavirus update

The current coronavirus outbreak presents huge challenges and impacts the lives and work of Kent residents. It is recognised that faith groups and communities provide a vital social network and source of guidance and support during these challenging times.

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has produced guidance focusing on safeguarding in faith based organisations during the outbreak. Go to the SCIE website to view the guidance or a recorded webinar.

Events

Find local events

If you have an event you would like listed, please email PSRPolicy@kent.gov.uk with the details.

Interfaith forums

Existing forums in Kent include:

For more information visit the South East England Faith Forums website.

Faith groups database

We have a database of faith groups in Kent so you can find faith groups and communities in your local area to work together with. If you would like your group to be included in this database register for an account and enter your details.

If the details for your organisation are missing or incorrect, please login or register.