The LSE Interfaith Forum brings together all the LSE SU Faith Societies with three purposes:
1. to generate cohesion between groups on campus
2. to promote a dialogical approach to faith in the modern world, between faiths and with secular disciplines
3. to collaborate in shared concerns, particularly in the pursuit of justice and peace.
As well as organising events and workshops within the School, each year in Interfaith Week the Forum takes part in visits to local primary schools to promote interfaith understanding.
The Interfaith Forum oversees the practical running of the Faith Centre and its members commit to the ethos of the Centre in the Faith Centre Covenant.