Love Your Neighbour campaign Week of Kindness launch

Friendship with other faiths

Birmingham is one of the most diverse cities in the UK, full of people with different backgrounds and beliefs. There are large Muslim, Sikh and Hindu communities here, as well as Jews, Buddhists, Jains, Zoroastrians and other faith groups.

Our interfaith work aims to build bridges between people of different faiths so we can listen and learn from one another. Some ways in which this happens include:

  • The Feast: where teenagers of different faiths come together at events to talk, have fun and make friends.
  • Love Your Neighbour: a campaign set up by the Church of England – Birmingham and the Birmingham Humanists which encourages everyone to reach out and do something kind to others
  • The Birmingham Conversations: a space where people of different faiths can talk about issues to do with faith and our city.

Have a look at our Resources Hub to find out more about interfaith projects and activities.


Interfaith News & Events

​Interfaith Walk & Study Visit 18 August 2019 ​Interfaith Walk & Study Visit

Developing renewable power, building community and preserving the natural environment

Environmental  Iftar at St Peter's Church
4 June 2019
Environmental Iftar at St Peter's Church We have held three iftars at St Peter’s in Hall Green since 2015 and each one has been thoroughly enjoyable and memorable. An iftar is the meal held every evening at the end of a ...
Community cohesion in Birmingham
24 April 2019
Community cohesion in Birmingham Reflections on a six-week internship in interfaith work in Birmingham.
#WeStandTogether
25 March 2019
#WeStandTogether Members of Diocesan Synod joined with Sikh and Muslim community leaders in Smethwick in a show of solidarity
Encountering Our Muslim Neighbours 13 October 2018 Encountering Our Muslim Neighbours

Extending the hand of friendship and love to our Muslim neighbours in Europe today

Church of England schools line up for awards: Christ Church Primary School in Sparkbrook shortlisted
21 June 2018
Church of England schools line up for awards: Christ Church Primary School in Sparkbrook shortlisted Two Church of England schools are in the running to become Primary School of the year, as the 10th national School Awards take place in London on Friday night (22 June).