The Melton Interfaith Network, in partnership with Foundation for a Drug-free World, present a seminar on Faiths Unite Against Drugs on Wednesday 2 May 2018 at 11am.
The Hume Interfaith Networks will undertake a tour of the Daham Niketanaya Buddhist Temple Tour, Yuroke, Victoria, on evening of 28 April, 2018. The bus pickup point will be at the Hume Learning Centre.
Two years ago, Australia’s first-ever Royal Commission into Family Violence shone a bright light on a dark secret. The Victorian Government has undertaken manifold strategies to address family violence and has committed $1.9 billion – for family violence than every single previous Victorian Budget combined. Faith based communities and Victoria’s Multifaith Advisory Group have also instituted family violence working groups to provide solutions.
St Paul’s Cathedral and Pax Christi Australia collaborate to provide an Ecumenical Service of Lament, Repentance and Hope for the Centenary of the First World War at St Pauls Cathedral, Melbourne at 11AM on ANZAC Day, 2018. The Preacher for this year’s service will be Fr. Claude Mostowik, MSC.
The Ballarat Interfaith Network will conduct a visit the Our Lady Ta’ Pinu Shrine at Bacchus Marsh on Saturday 14 April from 9:30am to 2:40pm.
The Brimbank Maribyrnong Interfaith Network will participate in Victoria’s Open Mosque Day and conduct a tour of the Australian Islamic Centre of Newport on Sunday 15 April 2018.
Wyndham Interfaith Network will conduct a Youth Leadership Camp at Queenscliff, Victoria from Tuesday 10 April until Thursday 12 April 2018. The camp will be facilitated by Victoria Police, Wyndham Community and Education Centre and The Gandhi Experiment.
The Wyndham Interfaith Network will conduct a Places of Worship tour on Tuesday 17 April, departing from the Uniting Church in Werribee.
The Sonder Collective is a collaborative youth and young adults ministry initiative – acting in collaboration with Murrumbeena Uniting Church, presents Men of Faith – hearing from five men and how their faith impacts and shapes their lives.
Each year, the King of Jordan on behalf of UN World Interfaith Harmony Week allocates prizes to the most effective event for World Interfaith Harmony Week, the first week of February, every year. This year, for 2018, the Interfaith Centre of Melbourne has won the First Prize.