Faiths Forum for London empowers religious communities representing nine world faiths to work together for a better London.
Network of Faith Communities
We are a widespread network of faith communities which are devoted to working with key stakeholders to influence policy and improve the city's places of worship. Through our work with municipal and nation government bodies along with other NGOs we seek to promote open dialogue and greater faith literacy.
Representing both hundreds of local faith institutions and prominent community leaders in London we bring them together to improve social relations and deliver positive change.
The Nine World Faiths
We provide a platform for London's faith communities and represent nine world faiths namely, the Baháʼí Faith, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Sikhism and Zoroastrianism to share good practice and collaborate with public authorities, corporations and the voluntary sector to improve outcomes for faith communities living in London.
Building Stronger Communities
We believe that robust faith institutions can play a key role in effectively responding to the current challenges within UK society. In light of rising hate crime and community division, exacerbated by recent social and economic crises, we are committed to building strong and resilient communities who can work together to address these challenges and promote understanding.
Resilient and connected communities are a multifaceted support network that can help respond to challenges around isolation and mental health along with financial hardship during the cost of living crisis.