Hounslow Friends of Faith Group

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Joint Interfaith Iftar

HFOF and Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust held a jointly organised Iftar on Thursday 7th April. Thanks to the generosity of West Thames College the Joint Iftar was held in the beautiful Music Room and Winter Garden Room of Spring Grove House. About fifty people representing most of the faith communities in the borough, West London Humanists, […]

New Patrons of Hounslow Friends of Faith

Ajit Singh MBE and Prem Sondhi were appointed as Patrons on 18th November 2021 at the Hounslow Friends of Faith Interfaith Week meeting held in Hounslow House. Both have given longstanding support to Hounslow Friends of Faith and to promoting interfaith harmony.

Boost your immunity

Hospitals, GPs and pharmacies in North West London are responding to the urgent need to offer all adults the Covid booster vaccine following the emergence of the Omicron variant of Covid-19. It is clear that two doses of vaccine does not prevent spread of Omicron as well as it does for the other variants. However, […]

Covid-19 Vaccination

Anxious or unsure about being vaccinated against Covid-19? Here is a link to videos of NHS staff urging acceptance of the covid-19 vaccine in many different languages: https://www.england.nhs.uk/london/our-work/covid-19-vaccine-communication-materials/

Response to recent terrorist attacks

Hounslow Friends of Faith endorses the following statement of the Inter Faith Network for the UK made on 30th October 2020 We condemn in the strongest terms terrorism and other acts of violent extremism.  They have no place in a democratic society. We deplore these fundamental acts of inhumanity and our thoughts and prayers are […]


Hounslow will be hosting a Mobile Testing Unit for coronavirus testing for keyworkers and residents at Grasshoppers’ Rugby Club, Osterley, on Tuesday 23rd June and Wednesday 24th June 2020.  Mobile Testing Units are an essential part of the national testing programme as they offer pedestrian appointments as well as drive-through appointments.   You must register via the gov.uk portal […]

Response to the Terrorist Attack

Hounslow Friends of Faith endorse the following statement: Our thoughts and prayers are with all affected by the terrorist stabbing attack in Reading on Saturday, in which three people were killed by the attacker and others injured, including those who responded to it with such bravery. We condemn in the strongest possible terms terrorism and […]


Councillor Katherine Dunne, Cabinet Member for Communities and Climate Emergency at Hounslow Council, published this statement on Tuesday 2nd June: “We are deeply saddened ​and angered by the death of George Floyd and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family. For this reason we will be lighting up Hounslow House in purple this evening […]

Act of Committment

At the turn of the Millennium the faith communities of the UK developed this Act of Commitment. The interfaith group, Hounslow Friends of Faith, continues to share and commit to the same aims. The Act of Commitment In a world scarred by the evils of war, racism, injustice and poverty,we offer this joint Act of […]

An important message on funerals

Father Luke Miller, Anglican Archdeacon of London, Chair of the Faith Cell of the London Resilience Strategic Coordination Group writes: When a loved one dies it is very important to know that they are being treated with dignity and respect. All those involved in the death management process are aware of this and, in particular,  […]

Isis Terrorist Attack on Sikh Worshippers in Kabul, Afghanistan on Wednesday 25th March 2020

In these challenging times for us all it is shocking to hear of this terrorist attack on innocent Sikh worshippers and mourners and although we cannot physically gather together to show support and solidarity let us hold our Sikh brothers and sisters in our thoughts and prayers. Words taken from a Press Release | March 26, […]

Interfaith Week Meeting

Hounslow Friends of Faith arranged a most thought provoking evening at the Baitul Wahid Ahmadiyya Mosque, discussing: “Life after Death?” with speakers from the: – Humanists UK – Christian Coptic Orthodox church – Brahma Kumaris – Ahmadiyya Community This was part of National Interfaith Week 2019 which took place from 10th – 17th November this […]

Annual Report (from 1st July 2020 – 30th June 2021)

During the last year many members of local faith groups joined in volunteering to support the general community by helping those shielding or isolating with shopping, prescriptions and transport to appointments, also by supplying food banks, food parcels, hot meals, sewing scrubs, raising money for the NHS and offering their premises as vaccination centres. Throughout […]