Building good inter faith relations and promoting cross-faith cooperation was once seen as a marginal pursuit – an ‘added extra’. Today. there is increasing recognition that it is vital to the wellbeing of our society.

Effective engagement between people of different backgrounds contributes to the development of a peaceful and just society in which people of different faiths and beliefs coexist harmoniously and work together for the common good.   The kind of principles of engagement encouraged through IFN and its member bodies can be found in its code,  Building Good Relations with People of Different Faiths and Beliefs.

The SNU supports Interfaith week and encourages its Churches to be actively involved in promoting Spiritualism and Interfaith meetings in their area.