‘Listening to God and to each other: Prayer and Dialogue’ is the theme of the 2018 Jewish Christian Muslim Association Conference, to be conducted at the Don Bosco Centre, Lysterfield, Victoria on the weekend of 29-30 July 2018.
The JCMA Women’s committee is pleased to invite you to a guided tour of the Islamic Museum of Australia on Wednesday 20 June 2018.
In observance of Refugee Week 2018, The Wyndham Interfaith Network in partnership with Hoppers Crossing Uniting Church and Karen Congregation of the Werribee Baptist Church invites you to their All Saints Film Screening (for) Refugee Week.
The Annual Dinner for the Jewish and Catholic Communities of Melbourne – Featuring a dialogue panel on youth in the life of our faith communities – will take place in the Dining Room at Catholic Leadership Centre on Sunday 17 June, 2018 at 7:00pm.
The Council of Christians and Jews (Vic) presents The Luncheon Club with Dr EMILY FILLER who will address ‘Something Dreadful’: wrestling with the Bible’s most troubling texts. on Tuesday 12 June 2018.
The Buddhist Council of Victoria will celebrate Vesak with several events over the weekend commencing Saturday, 2 June 2018
The Islamic Centre of Victoria hosted its second rural Interfaith Iftar, this year in Ararat, on Saturday 19th May 2018. In partnership with AIWA – Ararat Islamic Welfare Association, 150 guests attended the event.
The Carmelite Centre of Melbourne will conduct A Readers’ Festival of Spirituality: Intersection of the Timeless with Time on Thur 24, Fri 25, Sat 26 May 2018 at the Carmelite Library, Middle Park, Vic.
Bendigo’s Great Stupa of Universal Compassion will play host to the consecration of the Jade Buddha on Friday 18 May 2018; on the days following there will be the Illumin8 festival at the Great Stupa, Bendigo.
The King of Jordan – founder of the World Interfaith Harmony Week initiative at the United Nations – attended the 2018 King Abdullah II World Interfaith Harmony Week prize ceremony at Al Husseiniya Palace and presented awards to the winners. First Prize went to The Interfaith Centre of Melbourne for their event, “Who Are We in a Changing World?”