Somali Bravanese Welfare Association

Religion and Culture

Religion and Culture

Facilitating spirituality and community

The modern world is increasingly becoming aware of the incredibly important impact of spirtiuality upon the mental and even physical wellbeing of a person. 

At SBWA we have created an environment where people can satisfy their religious needs in a safe, open, and free community setting alongside their friends and family

Religious activities

At our centre we currently host Friday prayers for the local Muslim community

interfaith Dialogue

We are also engaged in interfaith dialogue, as a means of promoting peace, stability, and inter-community engagement. This is so we can work with others to combat negative stereotypes across the spectrum, and to narrow divides between different faiths and cultures.