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Local Inter Faith Groups

North West

Details of groups listed on these pages were correct as at 30 April 2024 when IFN’s outward facing work ceased. Details are no longer being kept up to date and are included for information only.

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Altrincham Inter Faith Group

Blackburn with Darwen Interfaith Forum

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Blackpool Faith Forum

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Bolton Interfaith Council

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Building Bridges in Burnley

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Building Bridges Pendle - Interfaith Community Project

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Building Bridges Preston

Bury Faith Forum

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Cumbria Interfaith Forum

East Meets West – Women of Faith Together (Lancaster)

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Faith Network for Manchester (FN4M)

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Faiths United (Tameside)

Greater Manchester Faith Community Leaders

Inter faith activity in Lancaster

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Inter Faith Isle of Man

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Lancashire Forum of Faiths

Liverpool Faith Leaders’ Group

Manchester – Local Branch of the Council of Christians and Jews

Merseyside – Local Branch of the Council of Christians and Jews

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Muslim Jewish Forum Greater Manchester

Muslim-Christian Forum (Bury)

North Manchester - Local group of Nisa-Nashim

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Oldham Inter Faith Forum

Oldham Women Growing Together

Rochdale Multi-Faith Partnership

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Salford Interfaith Network

Sefton Faith Network

South Manchester – Local Group of Nisa Nashim

Stockport Inter Faith Group

Stockport Multi Faith Network

Warrington Council of Faiths

West Cheshire Inter Faith Forum

This page lists alphabetically all local inter faith organisations in the UK known to the Inter Faith Network. The majority of these are multi-faith organisations, but the listings also include some groups which focus on relations between two or more particular faiths, including local branches of national bodies such as the Council of Christians and Jews.