Mayor of Bath invites faiths to gathering
An event to increase understanding of different faiths takes place in Bath next month.
The Mayor's Multi-Faith Gathering is at the Guildhall at 2.45pm on Sunday, February 3.
Mayor Councillor Andrew Furse has invited eight faith communities to explore his theme of office, which is help for so-called NEETs – those not in education, employment or training.
The event, which is open to the public, will begin with a chance to visit display stands and talk to representatives from different religious groups. Five-minute presentations will follow before people share a free buffet.
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Last year there was standing room only and Mr Furse said: "I am hoping for another record attendance. My theme is all about opportunities for our young people and I hope many youngsters and business leaders will come to the Multi-Faith Gathering to see how they can help each other".
The Mayor's Chaplain, the Rev Dr Clive Garrett, will lead the event, which will feature involvement from the group Bath Youth for Christ.