Welcome to Watford Interfaith Association
Watford Interfaith Association (WIFA) is a local interfaith organisation which was established in 1977 and is a member of the Inter Faith Network for the UK.
WIFA welcomes people from all faiths to come together in friendship, to learn about each other's faith and to work together for the well-being of all communities in Watford and Southwest Hertfordshire.
‘Living our Faith, Loving our neighbour’.
‘Faiths Listening, learning and working together’.
Through interfaith dialogue, WIFA promotes tolerance, understanding and mutual respect between people of all faiths. Whatever the differences between the faiths, WIFA believes that based on shared ethical views religious people and groups can work together with great value in service to our wider society.
• Interfaith dialogue meetings on chosen topics, in person or online.
• School assemblies
• Annual gathering for the Week of Prayer for World Peace
• Watford Interfaith Pilgrimage during National Interfaith week.
• Annual Harold Meyer Memorial Lecture
• Sacred Space at the Watford Celebration
• Facilitating Faith Leaders' Forum
• Regular newsletter
• Occasional ad hoc multi-faith gatherings when required.
• Membership of Herts Interfaith Forum
• Participation in Remembrance Sunday Ceremony
• WIFA’s project: ‘Watford Peace Garden’ in Cassiobury Park
‘Watford Interfaith Association’ has a Facebook page, and the ‘Watford Peace Garden’ has its own Facebook page.
WIFA has also a YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZf5E6MJZEEdZrRfqv_uCwA