1. To advance the understanding of nine major faiths and change attitudes by providing more information and facilitate discussion.
  2. To promote good relations by creating networks and project delivery between different faith communities and wider society.
  3. To help faith groups contribute to social policy areas through being a centre for research, debate and engagement.
  4. To advance leadership, capacity and resilience in faith communities through training and resources.
  5. To tackle hate and extremism through proactive and reactive means.