in Articles November 12, 2018

Things You Didn’t Know About World War 1

Sunday marked the centenary for World War 1 Armistice and you probably saw a lot of information about The Great War online, as well as heard a lot of similar stories being told. Here at Faith Forums, we thought we’d do something a little different and dig up some untold stories from deep in the… Read more

in Articles October 12, 2018

Grenfell Community Recipe Book Celebrates the Unity

For her first solo project as The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle is championing a charity cookbook inspired by women affected by the Grenfell fire. Together: Our Community Cookbook features over 50 recipes from across the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and beyond, and celebrates the power of cooking to connect us to one another. In… Read more

in Articles October 8, 2018

Exploring The Beauty Of Britain’s Oldest Mosque

In 1889, Dr Gottleib Wilhelm Leitner constructed the first purpose-built mosque in Britain. The Shah Jahan Mosque, located in Woking, Surrey, is replete with intricate design, grand minarets, and bold flourishes across the place of worship. It is currently the only Grade 1 listed mosque in the UK. While it is aesthetically beautiful, the story… Read more

in Articles May 25, 2018

Ramadan 2018: Diversity Is the Key to Community Success

Ramadan is well upon us, which means that here at FFfL we are enjoying a period of self-control, religious observance and charity. It’s also a time that we reflect upon what we are thankful for. For us, that includes being thankful for living in a diverse, tolerant society that accepts everyone into the community –… Read more

in Articles June 21, 2017


The Rise of Interfaith Solidarity on Social Media

 For many Christians, Lent is a time for reflection, prayer and self denial. ‘I’m giving up XYZ for Lent’ is a typical refrain heard during the period, as people abstain from their vices to reflect the 40 days Jesus spent fasting in the desert. In an excellent show of interfaith solidarity, the last few years… Read more