Women’s Interfaith Network is an inclusive women’s organisation, bringing people together for over 20 years across England.

Our grassroots social groups welcome those of all faiths and no faith to build connection in their local area, as well as wider-reaching project work.

We are committed to building a better, more inclusive society through promoting friendship and embracing difference. Building friendships and solidarity between women is at the heart of what we do. We use the power of these connections as a foundation for creating positive change in local areas across the country. WIN has no political or religious affiliations and we aim to provide a welcoming space for all women.

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"Through my involvement with Women's Interfaith Network, I have met some amazing and strong women from whom I have learnt so much. They have made me realise how much we all have in common and how our differences are to be celebrated and not feared. It is only through dialogue, understanding and respect that we will begin to build a better future."

Lady Gilda Levy, WIN Chair and Co-Founder

"When four of us met 10 years ago to start our East Sussex WIN group, we knew it was going to be something special. We were women of different ages, backgrounds and faiths. Since then, our group has grown and flourished. We are interested in each other, concerned about each other when life gets difficult and always look forward to being together. The differences between us are an enrichment not a barrier, it’s a connection that is very precious and gives me hope.”

Lucy, East Sussex WIN

“Through dialogue, understanding and respecting each other’s culture, religion and traditions, I have found many similarities and few differences. I have made many friends amongst my fellow WIN members and feel empowered to contribute to greater unity, peace and harmony within our diverse communities.”

Sudarshan, Gants Hill WIN

"My experience with WIN has been hugely rewarding. Through my involvement with WIN, I have gained a family of sisters that truly support, nurture and care for each other, but whom also want to make a difference in our community. Furthermore, the diversity and breadth of our wide membership means we get to experience a wide range of expressions of faiths and none from a huge cross section of the community.”

Averil, Waltham Forest WIN