SEEFF supports and brings together the interests of faith communities; non-Faith organisations and regional bodies, to promote mutual Faith understanding and engagement for the benefit of the whole community.

SEEFF helps to encourage and enable Faith communities in the South East England region to:

  • Help to make the case for public funding to support the work faith groups undertake for the benefit of local communities.
  • Works with Faith Groups to foster greater understanding and spiritual awareness.
  • Offer welfare, support and education services to local communities, particularly communities suffering poverty and deprivation.
  • Work together to develop and share experience, practice and learning, for the benefit of local communities and for the Faith communities.

SEEFF Annual Conference 2019: save the date

“We have 12 years to save the planet”

Monday 16th September 2019

10.30 am – 3.30 pm (Registration and refreshments from 9.30 am)

University of Surrey, Guildford.

An amazing line up of speakers.

More information to come soon…


SEEFF Statement on the NZ Mosque Terror Attacks


A new resource by the Interfaith Network UK – 

Looking After One Another: The Safety and Security of our Faith Communities

Screen Shot 2017-09-14 at 09.32.49Practical pointers for responding jointly to attacks on places of worship; working for calm in times of tension; and working to build and strengthen good inter faith relations.

This document is published by the Inter Faith Network for the UK (IFN) in partnership with the Department for Communities and Local Government, the Home Office, the Crown Prosecution Service, the National Police Chiefs’ Council and the National Fire Chiefs’ Council.

The document contains guidance on responding jointly to attacks on places of worship; working for calm at times of tension; and working to build on and strengthen existing good inter faith relations. It contains material about how and where to report hate incidents, cyber-attacks, and actual or suspected terrorist activity; where to find information on strengthening the security of buildings; and where to find information about working to build – and strengthen – good inter faith relations locally.

These practical pointers for responding in solidarity have particular resonance at the present time when there is a need to watch out for the wellbeing of any groups who may be targeted because of terrorist actions which claim, or are perceived by some, as having a link to them.

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