Bristol Diverse Doors Open Day

Sunday 19 November

Bristol, UK. 7 places of worship in the Faith Trail and many others as part of the Diverse Doors Open Day.

Bristol Multi-Faith Forum (BMFF) is organising this year's Bristol Diverse Doors Open Day on Sunday the 19th of November 2023 from 9 am to 5.30 pm. The event is part of Inter Faith Week 2023. Bristol Diverse Doors Open Day celebrates the religious diversity of Bristol, giving communities the chance to experience and learn each other’s cultures and beliefs; and offering the opportunity to visit a range of places of worship and discover many faith communities that exist in Bristol.

The Diverse Doors Multi-Faith Trail will start at 9 am on Sunday the 19th of November from the BMFF office. The address is: Bristol Multi-Faith Forum, Barton Hill Settlement, 43 Ducie Road, Bristol (BS5 0AX). The event will finish by 5.30 p.m. The Faith Trail will pass through a Buddhist shrine, a Greek Orthodox Christian Church, a Seventh Day Adventist Church, a Muslim Mosque, a Sikh Gurudwara, a Jewish Synagogue, a Hindu Temple, and a Bahai Centre. BMFF will arrange a scheduled tour providing minibus transport for people who have signed up for the tour in advance, for a small donation.

More details of the Multi-Faith Trail and Diverse Doors Open Day will be updated through the BMFF website by the 15th of November. We request all those who are interested, to join this year’s Diverse Doors Multi-Faith Trail. Seats are limited on the tour. Please email to book your seats in advance.

Event held by Bristol Multi-Faith Forum
Venue accessibility
Event categories Arts/culture/music, Celebration or festival, Education/learning, Open door day, Pilgrimage walk/faith trail, Visit to a place of worship
Important information Open to all who wish to promote community cohesion and social harmony. Older persons, community leaders, university students, and other youngsters who have shown interest in inter faith and inter cultural activities are welcome.

Bristol Multi-Faith Forum always requests guests and community members to respect and follow the customs and practices of the visiting place of worship.

Bristol Multi-Faith Forum also focuses on peace and harmony amongst communities and efforts to support the distressed people affected by the war.

The Multi-Faith Trail will be led by Cllr Tom Aditya, Chairman of the Bristol Multi-Faith Forum, and will be joined at various venues by faith leaders, as well as by His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant, the Lord Mayor, the Executive Mayor, the Police Commissioner, councillors, civic dignitaries, various community leaders, and people from different walks of life.

Bristol Multi-Faith Forum would like to take this opportunity to invite you and your friends, family members, and colleagues to join us and taste the various flavours of the different faiths in Bristol on the 19th of November. Let’s celebrate Inter Faith Week in harmony.

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