post: Uncategorised 30th April 2019

April: Faraz’s Story

Faraz Ahmed was born to be a volunteer for The Feast. He is the longest standing volunteer and although he has gi...

post: UK, Uncategorised 28th March 2019

March: Bushra’s Story

Bushra (R) accepting The Feast’s Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2015, with Dr Beverly Lindsay OBE (then Deput...

post: Tower Hamlets, Uncategorised 19th June 2018

#JustBecause… giving out free ice lollies to kids from our local secondary school on a hot day

Our friends Charlie and Erin over at Good Shepherd Mission and St Matthew's Bethnal Green started something called #J...

post: Staff & Volunteers, Stories, UK, Uncategorised 30th January 2018

An interview with Andrew Smith, founder of The Feast and author of ‘Vibrant Christianity in a multi-faith Britain’

Andrew Smith is the Director of Interfaith Relations for the Bishop of Birmingham. He previously worked for Sc...

post: Birmingham, Uncategorised 9th July 2017

Amazing week together for US and UK young people

By David Brogan and Salma Hamid “On a scale of 1-10, how comfortable do you feel about meeting new people?” This w...

post: Uncategorised 19th June 2017

The Feast brings surprises to soothe troubled times

What an absolutely rubbish last few weeks!  Today we woke up again to news of another terrorist attack, where the hat...

post: Tower Hamlets, Uncategorised 1st August 2016

Pizza meets interfaith dialogue

This is a guest post from Matt Chisem from XLP. “I strongly feel that it is only when there is a deep understa...

post: Uncategorised 7th June 2016

Young people breaking stereotypes and bringing change

Post written by Steve Stanier, youth worker in Sparkhill. When talking about young people in the inner city, we ar...

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