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Welcome to Bolton Interfaith Council [BIC]

"Working towards building trust and understanding between all our diverse communities"

The mission of the Bolton Interfaith Council is to promote harmony, understanding and co-operation between all members of the Bolton community, especially with regards to issues that relate to faith, belief & working together as one community.

The Bolton Interfaith Council's (BIC) management committee consists of representatives from the three main faith groups and other community members. BIC is a member of the national Interfaith Network- UK and works with Bolton Council as well as community and voluntary sector.
As we approach the New Year of 2017 with renewed hope and energy to further build upon the good work we have done over the years. The strength of our work lies in "working, supporting and sustaining partnerships" - which is vital if people of shared vision for community peace, harmony, mutual respect, tolerance and building trust work together.

The role of interfaith is to bring people together - regardless of any differences through various events and projects to celebrate the diversity we have in our towns and country. Interfaith work - through dialogue, discussion, respect and education is of huge importance in today's troubled world. Hence projects like the faith trails, Young Ambassadors, Networking forum and others have immense value in community cohesion.

With support from our partners, places of worships, schools, volunteers and many individuals, we hope to be more progressive in our work.

Our main contact
Chan Parmar Strategic Officer
Bolton Interfaith Council
The Bolton Hub
1 Bold Street
01204 546110 & 07533021028
CHARITY No. 1117651

Peace Prayer for Victims of Westminster London to be held at Swaminarayan Mandir - Deane. Everyone Welcome. Please click here to view Poster.

Photos from recent events are in "Photos from our community events". Please click here to visit Photos page.

Unfortunately there has been an increase in Hate Crime recently with abuse insults, comments and graffiti at places of worships and aimed at individuals. BIC along with many of our partners wish to condemn such behaviour as any kind of Hatred has no place in our society".

"We would love to hear from you - your views matter to us:- either comments, compliments or suggestions - regarding this BIC website; as well as the community cohesion work of the Bolton Interfaith Council."

VCS Getting Active in Bolton - from the grassroots up!

Working Partnership Links:
Bolton Christian Community Cohesion
Bolton Council of Mosques
Bolton Hindu Forum
Bolton Town Centre Chaplaincy

For more information on our events and activities you can now follow us on our facebook page:


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