On 27 30 November, a banner of unity will be taken around major places of worship of different faiths in the city. On the Sunday evening it will be presented to the Mayor as a pledge to the city of the peace and unity of all faiths.
"We welcome all to come and be part of this demonstration of unity." says Clive Gregory, Bishop of Wolverhampton.
The banner "Together We Can Conquer Hatred" will be carried across the major faith centres of Wolverhampton on November 27-30.
The Bishop of Wolverhampton, Clive Gregory, was inspired by reading a joint letter by the families of murdered hostages Alan Henning and David Haines, that called for a single act of unity that draws people together."
Christians, Muslims, Jews, Sikhs, Buddhists are among those coming together in unity. It is an Inter Faith Wolverhampton initiative, with support from Near Neighbours Black Country.