Worshiping in a time of pandemic poses unique challenges, but our faith communities are finding ways to adapt and maintain connections. Likewise, our social workers of faith are taking the time to reflect on how their practice can dovetail with community traditions to maintain love, friendship and fellowship with those they serve and hold dear.
Asma Ashraf is a newly qualified social worker working for the preparation for adulthood team in Bradford. Previously, she has worked in Leeds as a community support worker.
She has a passion for voluntary work which she hopes to continue alongside her career. in social work.