Join us to celebrate LIVING THE CHANGE together at the Multicultural Hub, Melbourne, on Sunday 14th October 2018 where we will be working together towards creating a flourishing world for all. We gather as members of diverse faith communities and those who care for our planet to share our stories of change, transformation, and regeneration. Living the Change is brought to you by Australian Religious Response to Climate Change, Religions for Peace Australia and United Religions Initiative.
St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne – At the 10.30am service on Sunday 6 August – will mark the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima with a special Peace Day commemoration. There will be a vigil at the Cathedral in the afternoon and a talk on disarnament and peace at the Unitarian Church.
24 April: Yom Ha’Shoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) is a day set aside to remember the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust or Shoah. Many Australians with Jewish ties or heritage observe Yom Ha’Shoah. It commemorates the lives and heroism of Jewish people who died in the Holocaust between 1933 and 1945.
On the morning of 21st September, the Melbourne community and it’s leaders will come together to wake up for peace and proactively support the UN International Day of Peace, along with millions around the world.
You are invited to join this event and create silent, powerful intentions of peace and goodwill – on one day, for one purpose – and as one community at Deakin Edge, Federation Square, 7.45-8.30am.
The SoFiA Network promotes the open exploration of religion, spirituality and meaning. ‘Sea of Faith’ is not a church, but a network of people who are seeking a radical reappraisal of past religious traditions in order to meet today’s spiritual challenges. The Network affirms the continuing importance of religious thought and practice even though it acknowledges that religion, like art and poetry, is a purely human creation.
SAVE THE DATE and join us at #IllDineWithYou on Monday 29 February, an interfaith and intercultural open-air dining experience and actively support our vibrant diverse communities. Enjoy an inspirational evening along our spectacular eighty-metre dining table in the heart of Melbourne.
We would like to invite you to attend Paths to Change – A Conference for the Refugee Sector organised by Road to Refuge in partnership with Amnesty Refugee Network Victoria. The conference will be held on Saturday 27 February at The University of Melbourne.
Darebin Intercultural Centre will host a moderated discussion on the settlement of Refugees in the northern suburbs of Melbourne at the Town Hall, Gower St, Preston on 25 February 2016.
A Liturgy with Bishop Vincent Long and Action in Solidarity with the 267 people who face possible return to Nauru will be held at St Patrick’s Cathedral, East Melbourne on Tuesday 16 February, 11am-12 noon.