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”Dublin City Interfaith Forum shares deep sympathies and solidarity with people of Paris. We join them in praying for those who lost loved ones or were injured, and we continue to stand side by side with them in our firm commitment to a free and peaceful world.”

Interfaith – An Exploration

An opportunity for young people from different faith backgrounds to come together and explore possibilities of interfaith cooperation, to develop positive, meaningful relationships across differences and to foster appreciative knowledge of other traditions.

DCIF Peace Day Celebration
Sunday 27th September 2015 | 14.00 pm

DCIF marks the UN International Day of Peace 2015. Leaders and members of many of the different faith communities in the city will gather together to express our common commitment to peace and to celebrate the diversity of our traditions.


Theme for the Day this year is “Justice” and the programme will consist of readings from the different Faith traditions on this theme interspersed with music (details on events page).

Creating inclusive communities 
where all belong and contribute

Dublin City Interfaith Forum is a network of people from different Faith Communities in Dublin. Our aim is to create awareness and dialogue through relationships that nurture harmony, respect and understanding.

Supporting and organising interfaith gatherings and activities in Dublin City.

DCIF seeks to provide the space and opportunity for Faith Communities to build relationships with and between Dublin City communities, statutory and voluntary organisations and the residents of Dublin City.

Working and networking with and within many World Faiths present in Dublin City.

Dublin City Interfaith Forum draws its membership from the following Faiths currently active in Dublin City: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism.

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