willto be given in Launceston and Hobart in early to mid September by the Reverend Professor Elizabeth MacKinlay. Elizabeth has committed herself to the research of and teaching about the spiritual care of the elderly in all the stages of an elder’s life.
The Emmanuel Pastoral and Spirituality Centre of Launceston conducts a walk the labyrinth on the last Sunday of each month at 3 PM.
The next meeting for Religious for Peace Tasmania Branch will be held on Tuesday June 11 2013 at noon-1.00pm at the Fifty and Better Centre, 108 Bathurst St, Hobart in the downstairs room.
Buddha’s Birthday will be celebrated at University of Tasmania Multifaith Centre on Saturday, May 25th, 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. The celebration is provided by Buddhism@UTas and the Tasmanian Buddhist Chaplaincy Support Group.
Bruny Island (Tasmania) put on a perfect autumn day for festival goers at Nayri Niara Festival, or the Good Spirit Festival.
Religions for Peace Tasmania completed Harmony Day Walk through the area burned by the Dunalley Fires.
Honouring our Pilgrimages and Sacred Journeys was the theme of the World Interfaith Harmony Week celebration in Hobart, Tasmania at Alexander House, Sandy Bay.
Religions for Peace Tasmania will organise a Harmony Day Walk through the area burned by the Dunalley Fire.
Religions for Peace Tasmania Branch has been invited by the Human Rights Week Committee to organise an Interfaith Gathering to celebrate Human Rights Week 2012.
Religions for Peace Australia will be celebrating World Interfaith Harmony Week in Tasmania with a Day Retreat on Tuesday 7 February from 10am-4.00pm entitled ‘Sharing our spiritual Journeys: an interfaith gathering of peace‘.