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Enfield Faith Forum

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The Enfield Faith Forum is a multi-faith forum that Enfield Council and Enfield Metropolitan Police Service facilitate for local faith groups to work together and promote peace, mutual understanding and respect. It meets quarterly and discusses issues of concern to local faith communities. View our terms of reference (PDF)

Membership is primarily people of faith and meetings are non-political. The forum is open to all faith leaders and representatives across Enfield, supported by interested stakeholders, and officers from public bodies and local health organisations.

For more information or to become a member of the Enfield Faith Forum complete our expressions of interest form (PDF), or email communities@enfield.gov.uk.  

Our 2019 calendar (PDF) includes the key festival dates for the six main religions in Enfield as identified in the 2011 Census and approved by the Enfield Faith Forum.

Our faith map (PDF) lists the different faith establishments. If you need help making contact with a particular establishment, email communities@enfield.gov.uk.  

We also have information on food banks and free meals for the homeless in Enfield and London (PDF).

Faiths Forum for London

The Faiths Forum for London empowers religious communities to work together towards a better London.

Interfaith Week

Interfaith Week helps to open interfaith activity to a wider audience, and help build good relationships and working partnerships between faiths. Interfaith Week aims to:

  • strengthen good inter faith relations at all levels
  • increase awareness of the different and distinct faith communities in the UK, celebrating and building on the contribution their members make to their neighbourhoods and society
  • increase understanding between religious and non-religious people

Interfaith Week usually begins on Remembrance Sunday and runs until the following Sunday.

For more information, visit the Interfaith Network.

Metropolitan Police Service

Safer Neighbourhoods Teams are a group of Met police officers dedicated to serving your community. Each team is made up of officers based in your area or ward), supported by additional officers from the wider area. To find out more, visit Safer Neighbourhoods Teams Enfield and click on your area.