Source: BBC News
The first interfaith week is being held in England, to strengthen relations and awareness.
The government - which is supporting the event - said it hoped religious communities could help tackle problems such as the environment and parenting.
Communities Secretary John Denham said the co-operation of faith groups played an important role in reducing tensions amid provocation by extremist groups.
Events will include football matches that could pitch vicars against imams.
A wide range of activities will bring together people from the main religions in England between 15 and 21 November.