Hounslow Friends of Faith Group

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Concern for Refugees

Many faith groups and others in the borough are concerned about the plight of refugees and are doing what they can to respond.  Some have made collections for refugees in Calais. Others are considering sponsoring a refugee family from Syria or may be supporting people already here. HFOF Vice Chair Tom Gillum, vicar of St […]

Singing peace with a smile

Over 30 women shared hymns, songs and chants from their faith traditions at a gathering in Feltham on 6th August.  Interesting connections in practice were found.  Many songs offered praise to God, and gave a vision of the oneness of the divine. Singing can bring detachment from the burdens of everyday life and a focus […]

Religious and Spiritual Experiences – what can we learn from them?

Human beings are naturally spiritual, so research shows, and demonstrate this in many different ways, formal and informal. Understanding the different ways this is expressed and how cooperation is necessary between faiths is essential for good community relations. Interfaith groups have their part to play in achieving this. So stated Marianne Rankin, Director of Communications […]

Need for bridge building post EU Referendum

Press Release 3 July 2016 Faith groups pledge to build bridges.   In the wake of the EU Referendum, Hounslow Friends of Faith have made this statement: “Hounslow Friends of Faith (HFOF) at their meeting on 30 June 2016 were saddened to note that following the result of the Referendum to leave the European Union […]



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