Luton Council of Faiths (LCoF) is committed to encouraging and promoting tolerance, respect and mutual understanding among people of all faiths and cultures, both in Luton and beyond. Over the years we have gained significant trust, confidence and credibility in Luton, and work alongside a diverse array of agencies, organisations and community groups in matters relating to community cohesion.
LCoF delivers a number of community events and initiatives including, but not exclusive to, the Annual Luton Peace Walk, musical concerts, public discussions, recreational sport projects, conservation work, public vigils and much much more.
BRINGING SCIENCE AND SPIRITUALITY TOGETHER
In an unprecedented step to mitigate Covid-19 fears and anxieties affecting people’s mental health, Ryad Khodabocus, Head of Community Relations & Development at Luton Council of Faiths (LCoF), and Jolel Miah, Founding Chair of Our Minds Matter have together produced Podcast on ‘Spirituality & Mental Health’ from different faiths perspectives, bringing science and spirituality together.
Digital audio files can be downloaded FREE from https://anchor.fm/ourmindsmatter to listen to guest speakers invited from different faiths, sharing how they apply spirituality to understand and manage mental health and overall well-being.
Daily Lockdown Activities and Mental Health Guidance
Click the links below to view some activity ideas and mental
health guidance. Produced by Luton Council of Faiths.
The 23rd Luton Annual Peace Walk coincided this year with the International Peace Day on 21st September 2019. Nearly 200 people from across different backgrounds joined in visiting St Luke’s Church, Hockwell Ring Mosque, High Street Methodist Church and Al-Hikmah Prayer Hall.