A sign, badge, object etc. which is used to show, simply, a deeper, religious or spiritual meaning, eg. the cross/crucifix symbolises Jesus' death for mankinds sins, as does the bread and wine (Christ's body and blood) in the communion service.
A group of people who are joined together because they share someting in common which gives them a sense of belonging. This could be a religion or a church; or a town or ethnice minority.
Sharing one's beliefs with other in hope of converting them. Methods could include personal conversation, knocking on doors or events at a church, eg. Seeker Service, or an Alpha Course.
To have trust or confidence. Religious faith is a conviction that there is a God and that living for Him is important. Believers feel this gives meaning to life.
The sense of who you are; attitudes, character and personality. People's beliefs re often important in giving them their identity, belonging to god and a religious community such as a church os mosque.
A form of spiritual journey. It may visit the places here a religion began, eg. Bethlehem where Jesus was born, or Jerusalem where he died and rose again. It may strengthen people's faith and make it seem more real.
Something to be revered or respected above other things. It will be something that people are reluctant to see changed. It may be seen as special because of a link to god.