Interfaith Work

Interfaith Dialogue among people of different religious communities is more needed today than ever before. We at the Bolton Council of Mosques are a key part of the Bolton interfaith council attending meetings with the other main faith communities in Bolton - Christian Churches and Hindu Forum. Supporting programmes and events to celebrate not just religious festivals but the diversity of Bolton that helps bring people together are some of the activities we are involved in.

The day to day work we provide looks at how best to ensure the wider community is engaged and involved. Some of the work we deliver on a regular basis and are involved in are as follows.

  • Mosque visits to schools, Local Authority staff, other organisations that request.
  • Part of the "Unity in Diversity" BWFC led community cohesion project.
  • Designed and Developed the Virtual Interfaith Trail
  • Delivery of Training and programmes promoting interfaith and community cohesion.
  • Regular attendance to the Interfaith Council meetings.
  • Virtual Mosque Tour



MOSQUE VISITS
Interfaith Work

Mosque Visit

 
Learning From Your Mosque Visit
Interfaith Work
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Mosque Visits
Interfaith Work

Mosque Visits: January 2008 – Present

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Virtual Interfaith Trail
Interfaith Work

The Virtual Interfaith Trail allows you to explore the buildings of worship for three of Bolton's religions. You can explore a Church, a Mosque and a Temple.

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Virtual Mosque Tour
Interfaith Work

The Mosque is a focal point for the Muslim community. After home and workplace it is the most frequented place for a Muslim. The Mosque primarily is a place of worship, but also serves as an education centre for all members of the family and has many other functions.

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The Bolton Council of Mosques (BCoM)