FAITHS in Huddersfield plan to mark their differences and similarities in a series of events in Kirklees.
The Yorkshire and Humber Assembly was set up two years ago to promote, lobby and fight for a better deal for the region.
It now wants to set up a regional faiths forum to give religions a voice on decisions about their lives and communities.
The assembly is planning a series of information events across Yorkshire, including one on March 16 at the National Children's Centre, New North Parade, Huddersfield, from 6pm to 8pm.
Also in March, people in Kirklees will have the chance to learn about different faiths.
There will be four events covering six religions - Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, Hinduism, Judaism and Buddhism.
They will be held on March 9 in Huddersfield Town Hall at 12.30pm and 6pm, and on March 23 in Dewsbury Town Hall, at 12.30pm and 6pm.
Each event will be opened by the Mayor of Kirklees, Clr Barbara Allonby, and will include manned displays and presentations of individual faiths.
Panels of religious representatives will be on hand to answer queries and food will be provided.
The scheme is being organised by Huddersfield and North Kirklees Interfaith Councils as part of a huge Government drive towards acceptance of different religions.
Mel Garside, of the Huddersfield Interfaith Council, said: "This is a great opportunity to open people's eyes to the reality of other faiths."