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Havering Interfaith Forum comes together in Romford to celebrate National Interfaith Week

PUBLISHED: 15:00 23 November 2018

Picture supplied by Sidra Naeem (Muslim Speaker & secretary on HIFF & Chaplain) & shows Tariq Mahmood (Vice Chair of Havering Islamic Cultural Centre & representative on HIFF) giving trophy to John Lester (Chair of HIFF).

Picture supplied by Sidra Naeem (Muslim Speaker & secretary on HIFF & Chaplain) & shows Tariq Mahmood (Vice Chair of Havering Islamic Cultural Centre & representative on HIFF) giving trophy to John Lester (Chair of HIFF).

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Last week, religious communities from across Havering came together to celebrate National Interfaith Week and celebrate their shared beliefs.

Havering Interfaith Forum (HIFF) participated by hosting a discussion evening on the topic of “What Does Our Faith Say About The AfterLife?” with contributions from the Christian, Jewish, Islamic and Baha’i Faiths. T

his took place at the Havering Islamic Cultural Centre in Waterloo Road, Romford.

An award was presented to John Lester, HIFF chairman, for his dedication to the forum and support at other Interfaith events for numerous years.

The evening ended with a hot pizza supper and an interactive question and answer session.

The next HIFF is on Wednesday, February 20, on the topic of “How Are Sins Forgiven in Our Faith?” and will be held at the Havering Islamic Cultural Centre, 91 Waterloo Road, Romford at 7.30pm.

All are welcome.

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