Tisna Sanjaya will be participating in Art is a Prayer on the forecourt and steps to the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne, 27 February- 3 March, 10am -4pm, daily. He will be joined by the Jeprut Community from Bandung, Indonesia, an art movement group.
The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) called upon all Imams across Australia “to unite firmly against the extremist group ISIS and their deviant understanding of Islam.” and to be “to be the best practising examples of what it means to be an Australian Muslim.”
A seminar on Islam and Environmental Stewardship was held on 19 February at Holland Park Mosque. This was an initiative of a small group from the Brisbane Muslim community who felt the need to consider starting a conversation—and potential future action—on the view of our faith on issues of climate change that are impacting our environment and our role as stewards on earth.
On Sunday 19 February 2017, the Victorian Government released its Multicultural Policy Statement and supporting campaign Victorian. And Proud of it. There is much in this campaign which supports social cohesion, multiculturalism and builds on the strengths of engagement with multifaith communities and their Interfaith Networks.
The Uniting Church Carlton – Church of All Nations – will celebrate their 50 Year anniversary with a service and forum, Who Do You Say I Am: Identity, Multiculturalism and Christianity in Contemporary Australia on Sunday, 5th of March.
The National Council of Jewish Women of Australia (Victoria) would like to invite you to their Women’s Interfaith Model Passover Seder 2017 to be held in North Caulfield on Monday 27 March 201
Religions for Peace is the largest international coalition of representatives from the world’s religions dedicated to promoting peace founded in 1970. In Australia, Religions for Peace is established with Branches and affiliates in every state. It is rapidly becoming the peak interfaith organisation of Australia. Membership is open to all persons of goodwill who seek peace around the world and who seek to build cooperation, harmony and understanding between the religions and faith groups in Australia.
The Interfaith Centre of Melbourne invites you to Interfaith Service for UN World Interfaith Harmony Week 2017, Love of God and Love of the Neighbour at Toorak Uniting Church on Sunday 12 February 2017.
Greetings of peace! At the moment we are celebrating UN World Interfaith Harmony Week, at a time when we are facing many challenges to the Interfaith movement. As you will see from the items in this newsletter, however, there is great enthusiasm to meet those challenges. Our gathering for February will be in collaboration with the Multicultural Council of Tasmania on the evening of 23 February 2017.
World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW) couldn’t have come at a better time. With the recent US travel bans against countries that are predominantly Muslim and persecution of faith groups including Christians at an all-time high; it sometimes feels like there is a war on religion as a whole.