A PROJECT which aims to teach children and adults about different faiths will be launched in Huddersfield tomorrow.
A group of churches and faith centres will offer learning packages to local schools.
Interfaith Kirklees is paid for by the Home Office and will be launched at Huddersfield Town Hall at 6pm.
The Rev Catherine Ogle, Vicar of Huddersfield and chairman of the project steering group, said: "This is an exciting project in which to be involved.
"It has brought together many partners, who are working together to promote understanding of the different faiths and greater harmony in our communities.
"The integrity of each religion is respected."
The places of worship involved include Huddersfield Parish Church, Dewsbury Minster and the Hindu Society of Kirklees and Calderdale.
Also taking part are the Hanfia Institute in Huddersfield, Masjid-e-Noor in Batley and Vajrapani Budd- hist Centre, Hudders- field.
Sikhs are represented by the Shri Guru Singh Sabha Temple and Guru Nanak Sikh Sangat Temple in Huddersfield.
The scheme is being overseen by Kirklees Racial Equality Council.
Project manager Terry Murnane said: "The vision for this project is really ambitious. It's about enabling children and adults to gain an understanding of the different religious traditions."