As part of Merton’s interfaith week, Muslim Women Merton held our Interfaith Coffee morning on Thursday 15 November.
MWM promoted the weekly ladies coffee morning to ladies of all faiths or with none We enjoyed having the Merton Mayor Councillor Mary Curtin attend and speak at the coffee morning.
We were also pleased to have Councillor Edith Macauley MBE attend and speak.
and was very inspirational to our audience.
We were also pleased to have Councillor Hina Bokhari attend and speak. Councillor Hina Bokhari has attended previous events and was an inspirational speaker at our Parliamentary workshop event.
We would like to thank all the attendees, our volunteers for all their contributions, and
MICC staff who supported us with the use of the upper hall
We would like to thank One you Merton for providing health checks.
A special thanks Evereth Willis from Merton Council for supporting us with the coordination of Interfaith Week
Inter Faith Week’s aims are to:
Strengthen good inter faith relations at all levels
Increase awareness of the different and distinct faith communities in the UK, in particular celebrating and building on the contribution which their members make to their neighbourhoods and to wider society
Increase understanding between people of religious and non-religious beliefs
Merton Mayor Councillor Mary Curtin and Nuhza Ali Chair of MWM
Councillor Edith Macauley MBE
Councillor Hina Bokhari
Mayor Councillor Mary Curtin, Sabah Sufi and Nuhza Ali Chair of MWM
Councillor Edith Macauley MBE and Councillor Hina Bokhari with attendees at interfaith coffee morning