The Bradford Faith Trail takes place on the first Saturday of the month between March and October and provides a wonderful opportunity for people to step inside five places of worship, discover something about the different faiths they represent and learn more about Bradford’s local communities, cultures and faith heritage.
For May’s trail Bradford Cathedral have brought it online so those interested in discovering more about some of the faith buildings in the city can explore highlights of the trail from the comfort of their home. Posts will appear on the cathedral’s social media and blog, in real-time, in a special ‘Faith Trail Online’.
The posts will include photos, facts and comments assembled by those who organise the monthly Faith Trail.
The Trail begins at St. Peter’s RC Church at the top of Leeds Road at 10.15am, works its way down Leeds Road stopping at the Abu Bakar Masjid, the Shree Lakshmi Narayan Hindu Temple and the Guru Gobind Singh Ji Gurdwara, where everybody enjoys a vegetarian lunch. It finishes around 3.30pm after a tour of Bradford Cathedral.
You can follow the online Faith Trail by visiting the cathedral’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts between 9am and 3:30pm on Saturday 2nd May or by looking out for the posts at bradfordcathedral.blog/blog. The hashtag #FaithTrailOnline can be used on Twitter and Instagram to see the updates as well as comments from those taking part in the online trail.
You can find out more about the Faith Trail by going to bradfordcathedral.org/visit/faith-trail/.