Woking 's Most Senior Faith Leaders Meet at Britain 's Oldest Mosque

Monday, September 17, 2012 - 16:54

An article from The Woking Review 5 February 2011

To mark United Nations' Inter-Faith Harmony Week, Woking 's most senior faith leaders met at Britain 's oldest mosque in Maybury. Christian and Muslim community leaders met with with the Bishop of Guildford at the Shah Jahan Mosque on Monday to strengthen religious and cultural harmony for all in the borough. They were all invited by Imam Hafiz Hashmi, the head imam at the Oriental Road mosque. The meeting was run in conjunction with the charity, Woking People of Faith and the Bishop ol Guildford 's Christian Muslim Forum. Those who attended heard about the work of the charity and the forum. Charrman of People of Faith of Woking Rev Richard Cook Bishop of Guildford Christopher Hill Prof Muhammad Nasim, Altaf Hussain, Ray Morgan, Imam Hafiz Saeed Hashmi and Bishop of Dorking Ian BrackLey. Picture: Grahame Larter. Source: Woking Review 5 February 2011

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