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Celebrating Silver Sunday in Barnet

Barnet Multi Faith Forum celebrated Silver Sunday with over 300 guests and community organisations and various dignitaries. The celebration got …
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Barnet Homes and Your Choice Barnet support Hate Crime Awareness Week

8-15 October was National Hate Crime Awareness Week and on Monday 10 October, Barnet Council used this platform to launch …
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A BMFF Statement on recent Anti Semitic & Islamaphobic language

The Barnet Multi Faith Forum, the Strategic Voice of the Faith Sector in Barnet is alarmed shocked and greatly disturbed …
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Faith and Belief Groups Participation on Remembrance Sunday

As we mark the centenary of the end of World War 1, the Government is seeking to make faith and …
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Barnet Multi Faith Forum elect Co-Chairs and New Executive members at AGM on 5th July, to progress with an ambitious action plan for the coming year.

BMFF held a vibrant and well attended AGM at Hendon Town Hall, with strong representation from local faith groups, the …
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@BarnetCouncil: This evening a Service Commemorating Her Late Majesty the Queen was held at St Mary’s Church, Hendon. It was attended by many local dignitaries including the @mayorofbarnet. https://t.co/jaoJt2PXxL
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@JulieGittoes: 2/2 Thanks @mayorofbarnet DL Martin Russell (who gave the address), Councillors & colleagues at Town Hall; @bpedmonton, +John, @BMFForum; to @RichmoMusic @choirofstmarys; @clomar & ringers; @rosiefiore & hospitality, wardens & stewards; & to @SMSJ_London @8thHendonScouts & more!
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BMFF and COVID19

Inspector Moseley & Esmond Rosen at The Barnet HMD

Interfaith Bulb Planting and Tree Plaque unveiling 29th October

 

Mitzvah Day Interfaith Cooking @JW3

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BMFF  secretary (Asmina 2nd from left) supporting fabulous Mitzvah Day Interfaith Cooking @JW3

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Tahseen, Councillor Barry Rawlings, Asmina, Vice Chancellor of Middlesex University Tim Blackman and David at the Changing the Culture Initiative event at Middlesex University on 6 June 2019

Pictures from the Big Iftar at the Fatwa Council with the Veterans

Cllr Richard Cornelius Leader of Barnet Council addressing the BMFForum at the IANL Mosque with a message of sympathy for victims of the Christchurch murders

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Statement from Barnet Multi Faith Forum We are saddened at the news that our Queen has died. God rest her soul. In her Christmas broadcasts she regularly revealed the personal Christian faith that guided her life. She showed respect for the different faiths of the world. Our Forum has been always encouraged in its work of promoting interfaith dialogue and action in Barnet by her lead and faith. We pass on our condolences to the members of her family. God save the King ... See MoreSee Less
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