The Multifaith Association of South Australia will host “Warming Our Souls from the Heart of Our Faith Traditions” in the Baha’i Centre for Learning, at 275 Flinders St, Adelaide City on evening of Saturday 5th August.
The 2nd Islamic Schooling Conference was held at Mt Lofty on 11-12 July 2017. The focus of the Conference was on curriculum development following the Melbourne Declaration on the Educational needs of Young Australians and the work of ACARA, the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority. There was much in-depth examination of progress towards an Islamic school curriculum for Australia to suit primary and secondary education models, along with appropriate education in Arabic and integration of Islamic faith into the curriculum – the outcome of which is young Australians who contribute to the welfare of Australia by way of industry, productivity, and participation in Australian society.
All Multifaith SA supporters are invited to the 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Multifaith Association of South Australia on Sunday 2 April. The theme is “Hope and Healing”.
The Order of Australia Association will conduct a Multifaith Celebration at the Alan Scott Theatre, Uni SA at the Western Campus, North Terrace on Sunday 6 November at 2:30pm. The theme of the celebration is Living Faiths: Compassion in Action.
The event will take place in the Alan Scott Theatre, Uni SA at the Western Campus,
North Terrace, Adelaide
Order of Australia Association, South Australia Branch
This is a Multifaith Event.
There will be a Multifaith Celebration in Allan Scott Theatre, North Terrace, Adelaide, commencing at 2:30 pm. The Governor and Lieutenant-Governor will be attending. There will be participation from about 8 different faiths. The theme of the celebration is Living Faiths, Compassion in Action!
All Welcome: People of all faiths, families and friends are warmly invited. Uncle Lewis O’Brien AO will give the Welcome to Country offering a Coolamon of Eucalyptus Leaves – a symbol of healing in Aboriginal Culture.
The Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission was established by the South Australian Government on 19 March 2015 to undertake an independent and comprehensive investigation into the potential for increasing South Australia’s participation in the nuclear fuel cycle. It was required to, and did, report to the Governor of South Australia by 6 May 2016. Multifaith South Australia is inviting Faith Reflections on Nuclear on two occasions: October 2nd and October 23, at the Joinery, Franklin St, Adelaide.
The Hindu Council of Australia (South Australian Chapter) will present one conference on Hinduism and Science on Sunday, 31 July 2016 from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM at the Napier Building, – University of Adelaide.
On Sunday 12 June, Multifaith SA is taking part in the Sacred Earth Sacred Trust Thunderclap global event. This is s a worldwide day of Prayer and Action for our People and Our Planet.
Dances of Universal Peace will present “Wisdom of the Desert at The Community Church, Bridgewater, SA, on 16 July. The event will conclude with Sufi-Zikr Dance.
The Multifaith Association of South Australia conducted its Annual General Meeting on 21st Feb 2016. The President’s report gives a summary of the previous year’s activities.
The Multifaith Association of South Australia will hold its Annual General Meeting on Sunday 21 February 2016, 2pm – 4pm at the Joinery, 111 Franklin St, Adelaide. All are welcome.