An amazing and unique event occurred last night at the at this incredible youth centre of, Unitas Youth Zone in Barnet.
The first ever Barnet Multi Faith Youth Forum event was organised to celebrate Interfaith week with various mixed sports activities, music and palm printing, culminating in an open mike happening. Consisting of faith readings, dancing, poetry, an emotional witness account of international visit to a conflict area and extraordinary singing, the evening was a brilliant success. The Unitas hosts provided a magnificent venue and atmosphere with the Faith Forum guests supplying a sumptuous feast of fruits, halal vegetarian, samosas, bhajis ,parathas, pakoras and platters of delicious mixed kosher bagels.
The special faith space was opened, in which the youth forum members had spent numerous volunteering hours to decorate and welcoming, for all at the centre members to use in quiet contemplation.
Barnet Youth Faith Coordinator Tahseen Mehar praised the vibrant enthusiasm and passionate eagerness of the group to work together and BMFF Co Chair Es Rosen was full of pride for the confidence exhibited by of all who participated and who had the courage to stand up in public, for their faith and belief. Organised by and for young people this wonderful event, showed how inspiring it is when we can all come together to have fun and to learn from one another. With over 600 events taking place all around the country to celebrate Interfaith week, he claimed that this event showed how much our future was in such wonderful talented and determined hands.
Es also thanked Barnet Council and Near Neighbours and especially Tony Lewis, Unitas Zone Director for supporting this event.