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This area of activity has not only concentrated on the development of a healthy relationship with people of diverse faiths but also presenting a deeper and intellectual grasp of the Islamic faith. LCM’s active involvement with local and county wide interfaith based groups, councils and forums has provided a strong foundation for the goals of such interfaith activities to yield productive outcomes.
A major conference held on the theme: ‘Family Values in the 21st century: Christian and Muslim perspectives’. The Anglican-Muslim Group (of which LCM is a member) under the banner of ‘Building Bridges’ hosted this event. This was the fourth such conference hosted by the Anglican-Muslim Group, a manifest indication of their continued growing relationship and a determined focussed approach to make Faith perspectives a major constituent of public debate and issues of common concern.
LCM Sends a Letter to the Saudi Embassy in London Following Recent Umrah Visa Changes
LCM Condemns Woolwich Murder Along with Diocese of Blackburn
Muslims of Lancashire Condemn Killing of UK Soldier in Woolwich
LCM Writes to the Dept. for Education