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The Christian Muslim Forum is built on friendship between a group of Christians and Muslims, showing how faith is a catalyst for good relationships and welcomes the ‘other’. This friendship began with a small group of Muslims and Christians working on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Initiative in Christian-Muslim Relations. This grew from Archbishop Carey’s comments in 1997, “For the sake of the health of this country, we need to find ways in which members of our two communities can meet regularly together in a more structured way than has been possible up to now.” His remarks were received warmly and positively by leaders of the Muslim community, leading to the Initiative’s Listening Exercise between 2002 and 2004.

This link takes you to the Listening team’s report, presented to Archbishop Rowan Williams in July 2004 04-06-18_Archbishops_Initiative_Report.pdf

The Christian Muslim Forum is made up of members of the Muslim and Christian communities - Sunni, Shi’a, Anglican, Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, Methodist and Coptic Orthodox - and includes various traditions, Evangelicals, Deobandis, Barelwis, Sufis. We believe that:

the time is right for Christians and Muslims to develop strong and committed relationships
we can work together for the benefit of both faith communities and wider society
faith is a resource for peace, conflict resolution, understanding and the valuing of all human beings
friendship between people of different faiths is encouraged by our traditions

The Christian Muslim Forum is built on friendship between a group of Christians and Muslims, showing how faith is a catalyst for good relationships and welcomes the ‘other’. This friendship began with a small group of Muslims and Christians working on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Initiative in Christian-Muslim Relations. This grew from Archbishop Carey’s comments in 1997, “For the sake of the health of this country, we need to find ways in which members of our two communities can meet regularly together in a more structured way than has been possible up to now.” His remarks were received warmly and positively by leaders of the Muslim community, leading to the Initiative’s Listening Exercise between 2002 and 2004.

This link takes you to the Listening team’s report, presented to Archbishop Rowan Williams in July 2004 04-06-18_Archbishops_Initiative_Report.pdf

The Christian Muslim Forum is made up of members of the Muslim and Christian communities - Sunni, Shi’a, Anglican, Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, Methodist and Coptic Orthodox - and includes various traditions, Evangelicals, Deobandis, Barelwis, Sufis. We believe that:

the time is right for Christians and Muslims to develop strong and committed relationships
we can work together for the benefit of both faith communities and wider society
faith is a resource for peace, conflict resolution, understanding and the valuing of all human beings
friendship between people of different faiths is encouraged by our traditions

The Christian Muslim Forum is built on friendship between a group of Christians and Muslims, showing how faith is a catalyst for good relationships and welcomes the ‘other’. This friendship began with a small group of Muslims and Christians working on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Initiative in Christian-Muslim Relations. This grew from Archbishop Carey’s comments in 1997, “For the sake of the health of this country, we need to find ways in which members of our two communities can meet regularly together in a more structured way than has been possible up to now.” His remarks were received warmly and positively by leaders of the Muslim community, leading to the Initiative’s Listening Exercise between 2002 and 2004.

This link takes you to the Listening team’s report, presented to Archbishop Rowan Williams in July 2004 04-06-18_Archbishops_Initiative_Report.pdf

The Christian Muslim Forum is made up of members of the Muslim and Christian communities - Sunni, Shi’a, Anglican, Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, Methodist and Coptic Orthodox - and includes various traditions, Evangelicals, Deobandis, Barelwis, Sufis. We believe that:

the time is right for Christians and Muslims to develop strong and committed relationships
we can work together for the benefit of both faith communities and wider society
faith is a resource for peace, conflict resolution, understanding and the valuing of all human beings
friendship between people of different faiths is encouraged by our traditions

The Christian Muslim Forum is built on friendship between a group of Christians and Muslims, showing how faith is a catalyst for good relationships and welcomes the ‘other’. This friendship began with a small group of Muslims and Christians working on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Initiative in Christian-Muslim Relations. This grew from Archbishop Carey’s comments in 1997, “For the sake of the health of this country, we need to find ways in which members of our two communities can meet regularly together in a more structured way than has been possible up to now.” His remarks were received warmly and positively by leaders of the Muslim community, leading to the Initiative’s Listening Exercise between 2002 and 2004.

This link takes you to the Listening team’s report, presented to Archbishop Rowan Williams in July 2004 04-06-18_Archbishops_Initiative_Report.pdf

The Christian Muslim Forum is made up of members of the Muslim and Christian communities - Sunni, Shi’a, Anglican, Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, Methodist and Coptic Orthodox - and includes various traditions, Evangelicals, Deobandis, Barelwis, Sufis. We believe that:

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