Free SAFE security advice event in the next month.

Register to join any of the FREE security awareness webinars.

  • 11th May at 7pm, The Government’s proposed Protect Duty (Martyn’s Law) (The government is consulting on legislation that would oblige places of worship to implement security measures to protect against terrorist attacks):
  • 12th May at 7pm, Hate crime and your community (How to deal with racial and religious hatred – especially in the digital age):
  • 19th May at 2pm, Past terror attacks – lessons learned (The phases of an attack and how we can learn from past incidents to foil future attacks):
  • 26th May at 7pm, Basic security (An introduction to security for places of worship and faith communities):
  • 2nd June at 7pm, Introduction to the SAFE programme (How the SAFE programme can help you improve the security of your community and place of worship):
  • 9th June at 7pm, Event security for your community (Appropriate security measures to ensure the safety of large numbers of people):
  • 16th June at 2pm, Organising security (Security and risk management, and how to develop a security plan):

A statement from IFN following the death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Dear IFN member,

The death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh – a statement

Following the sad news about the death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the Co-Chairs have issued, on behalf of the Board, the following statement:

On behalf of the Board of the Inter Faith Network for the UK, we express our great sadness at the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and extend our deepest sympathies to Her Majesty The Queen and to the Royal Family. 

The tributes from those of many faiths that are today being shared are a testimony to the wide appreciation among the UK’s faith communities of his life of service and the significance of faith within that.

Among Prince Philip’s many achievements through the years has been the consistent encouragement of inter faith dialogue – both through the conversations and conferences at St George’s House Windsor and through foresighted initiatives focusing on issues such as faith and international business ethics and religion and the environment. 

We express our great gratitude for the significant contribution of Prince Philip to the development of inter faith understanding and cooperation for the common good: one that is of ever greater importance in our increasingly diverse society and interconnected world.

The Rt Revd Jonathan Clark and Narendra Waghela, Co-Chairs, Inter Faith Network for the UK

If you wish to share a link to this statement, it is at:

Passing of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

The BMFForum are saddened to hear of the passing of Prince Philip.

Our thoughts and condolences are with Her Majesty the Queen and all the Royal Family as well as the commonwealth family and the world which He served.
We join the country in mourning and will find a way of paying our full respects as a community in due course.
Esmond Rosen President AND the executive of BMFF 

Tragedy in Israel

To the Ambassador of Israel in the UK, to the President of the Board of Deputies and to the President of the Barnet Multi Faith Forum.

On behalf of the executive and members of the Barnet Multi Faith Forum we send you this message:-

The tragedy at the Lag b’Omer celebration on Mount Meron has been such a shock and we learned of it with such sadness. We want to offer our faith and prayers to all the families of those who lost their lives, to the injured and to all involved. We are mindful of Israel’s mourning at this time and extend our sympathy to our Jewish friends throughout the world.

We send you our care and respect

Anthony Clark – for the executive of Barnet Multi Faith Forum