Our Cup of Tea

Building interfaith friendships

Building interfaith friendships

It was a huge honour to be elected Chair of the Forum this month. I really look forward to working with the Core Group to clarify our vision and action-plan for the year ahead soon.

Meanwhile, check out our new twitter account @WF_FaithForum and consider sharing a pic of you and a friend from another faith having tea together with ‪#ourcupoftea
My imam friend @qarimahmoodraja & I just had ‪#‎ourcupoftea‬ ‪#‎hopenothate‬ and spoke together about how we can work together to support those living in the camp at Calais.
Peace to all, Canon Steven Saxby.

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