Role of churches and mosques extends beyond emotional support as they engage authorities on behalf of people on the ground

Faith organisations are acting as mediators between authorities and people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, as well as providing practical help and emotional support.

Churches and mosques have stepped in to the widening gulf between the community and officials, and some have seen their congregations grow.

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