Our Next Event:
WGT: Faith and Wellbeing - Date: Tuesday October 12th 2021
Women from different faiths describe the support offered by their communities.
Venue: Queen Elizabeth Hall, West St. Oldham OL1 1UT
6.30pm Prompt - Start
Food and refreshments will be provided.
The venue is Covid-19 compliant and we will be following all guidelines and restrictions.
Inside Stories: Introducing Places of Worship
A set of videos for schools, exploring what goes on in 4 places of worship: A Christian Church, a Hindu Temple, A Mosque, and A Synagogue.
Evaluation of Oldham Interfaith Forum Project for Building Good Community Relations - Download the document (pdf)
An Oldham Poem by Rev. Howard Sutcliffe, as read at the Oldham Festival of Light 2017
Links to Information about Covid -19 Vaccines
Links to a range of information relating to faith and health matters during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Our Aims and Objectives
- To foster mutual understanding.
- To facilitate co-operative action.
- To be a representative voice for faith communities in Oldham.
- To relate to other inter-faith initiatives.
- To be autonomous and non-party political.
- To work for and from mutual acceptance, without compromise to the beliefs of members.
Oldham Interfaith Forum upholds the right of each individual to live by her/his faith. We believe that all faith groups have a part to play in promoting community cohesion.
Membership is open to faith communities which have a place of worship in Oldham. Currently, faith communities which take up those places are from Christian, Muslim and Hindu backgrounds. Members from other faiths who do not have a recognised place of worship in Oldham can be co-opted onto the Forum committee.