The Cambridge University Faith Forum (CUFF), with various faith societies as its members, is the second university interfaith society to be founded in the country.
It aims to promote understanding between the faith societies of Cambridge University, encourage communication and cooperation between the faith societies and be a point of contact for faith-related issues in the University community.
The following societies and groups are affiliated to CUFF
CU Bahá'í Society;
CU Buddhist Society;
Chaplaincy to the University Staff;
Fisher Society - Roman Catholic;
CU Hindu Cultural Society;
CU Islamic Society;
CU Jewish Society;
CU Krishna Consciousness Society;
CU Sikh Society;
CU Young Jains Society
CUSU Black Students Campaign;
CUSU Anti-Racism Campaign
We are an official society of Cambridge University and are subject to the rules and regulations laid down by the societies syndicate (http://www.cam.ac.uk/cambuniv/socinfo/)
To view a copy of our constitution (in pdf format) please click here
The CUFF Council is made up of members representing each faith and others that would like to be involved. It works by brining people together to discuss issues that apply to all. The council is also responsible for bringing members of their own faith into interfaith activities and dialogue
If you would like to get involved then just contact us!
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