Southampton Council of Faiths
Southampton Council of Faiths ( SCOF ) was set up in May 2001 to promote understanding between faiths in the city. It represents the faith community in dialogue with public bodies - Police Service, Fire Service, Health service ...
Seven faiths are represented on the council which meets about eight times a year. Each faith; Bahai, Buddhist, Islam, Christian, Hindui, Judaism and Sikhism nominates up to five representatives to the council.
The council discusses issues of mutual concern and recognises the importance of overcoming ignorance and fear.
The Southampton Council of Faiths are individuals who care passionately about trying to develop and understanding of each others faiths and practices in the city of Southampton and surrounding area.
We believe that if we can break down the barriers that appear to divide us we can truly work towards a world where peace is possible in the future. we have already seen some amazing results when people have come together to recognise disasters around the world.
SCOF organised a memorial event following 9/11 in September 2001 and a united response to the tragic tsunami in the Pacific Ocean after Christmas in 2004.
SCOF and SIFL rely on donations for their work. If you would like to be informed about SIFL activities and meetings please go to our web-site at www.southampton-faiths.org or send an email to email@example.com
Our Vision: Chair - Carol Cunio
To create a formally recognised forum in which people representing the diversity of the faith communities of Southampton and its surrounding areas, could have their views represented and ultimately recognised as a valid contribution to the political, economical , social and moral welfare of the city.
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Chair of SCOF Carol Cunio
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FOR MORE INFORMATION
Chair: Carol Cunio
Secretary: David Vane
c/o 135 St Mary Street
Tel 07545 982838
SCOF is a registered charity and relies on volunteers to orgnise and run events and administration . I f you would like to donate to SCOF please contact on the above number.
Some SCOF members sit on SACRE and are faith advisors to the Mayor of Southampton!