We acknowledge that there are many different types of interfaith engagement. Our aim is to develop a range of interfaith activities to provide opportunities for our membership to meet people of all faiths and beliefs and to engage our community in building on-going relationships and develop projects of mutual interest for the benefit of all. 

Current Interfaith projects: 

  • Marylebone Foodcycle 

West London Synagogue, partnering with St. Paul’s Church in Marylebone, runs Marylebone Foodcycle.  FoodCycle is an initiative that helps volunteers collect surplus food from supermarkets to then cook free community meals to combat food poverty and social isolation in their local area. We use this food to serve community meals weekly on a Wednesday afternoon and evening. For more information please contact Nic Schlagman 

  • Ma'un - Grenfell Kids Day Camp

This is a joint project with Al Manaar Mosque in Westbourne Park, which has been at the forefront of support efforts for the affected families. We recruit a team of 15-20 experienced youth leaders of mixed faiths and beliefs to deliver a four-day long activity camp based at Al Manaar and includes trips to local attractions. 

Volunteer youth leaders tend to be in the 18-30 age range. 

To get involved please contact Nic Schlagman, Head of Social Action and Interfaith.