The Victorian Interfaith Networks will conduct a grassroots conference on Sunday, 28 October at the Fitzroy Town Hall, Melbourne.
As rebel forces and the Syrian army continue to engage in deadly combat in the suburbs of Damascus, Mother Agnes Mariam will give a talk at Kildara College, explaining the issues.
Speakers from five different religions will reflect on the idea of ‘grace’ in their tradition and deepen our understanding of the theme of God’s self-giving to human beings and our giftedness to each other.
Faith 2 Faith Art in Public Spaces Exhibition March 2013 is an event that exhibits the artwork of professional and non-professional artists who live, study, work or play in the municipalities of Brimbank.
Habitat Uniting Church is conducting an An exhibition of icons about festivals shared between Orthodox, Catholic and Reformed Christians.
The Multifaith Multicultural Youth Network (MMYN) is inviting applications for its new term in 2013.
A three day residential leadership training program for young leaders of a variety of faiths will be held in Kyneton, Victoria, during February, 2013.
The B’nai Brith Anti Defamation Commission aims to promote respect and justice and oppose racism and hatred. They run many programs one of which is a Multifaith Future Leaders Program.
The Council of Christians and Jews (Victoria) presents a Religious Forum on Same Sex Marriage. Six representatives from a variety of religious streams will discuss their denomination’s view on same sex marriage.
Venerable Thich Tinh Dao is the Abbot of the Monastery at Linh Son Buddhist Temple in Reservoir, Melbourne.
The annual Children and Spirituality Symposium will be conducted at Parkville on Friday, 7 September 2012.
‘Listening to the Land’ is an initiative of the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network to bring people from all religious and spiritual backgrounds together to connect, or reconnect with the Land and be moved to care for it.
Lajna Imaillah Victoria (Women’s Axiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association) is organising a women’s only event to promote Integration and dialogue, which brings together religious communities, parliamentarians and civics to share their thoughts on the promotion and establishment of peace in the modern world.
The Growing Banyan Tree
Prof. Des Cahill, Chair, Religions for Peace Australia, delivered a keynote address, The Growing Banyan Tree at the recent AGM of the Buddhist Society of Victoria. Professor Cahill presented a series of key challenges to the Buddhist Sangha in Australia and how it may play a vital role in the development of Australian Asians.
The Order of Australia Association in conjunction with Mornington Peninsula Shire will conduct a mulitfaith service called Celebration of Community.
Professor Francis X. Clooney will deliver a public lecture on ‘Engaging the Inter-religious Possibilities of the Twenty-first Century’ at the Australian Catholic University, Melbourne Campus, on Wednesday, 25 July 2012.
The Cardinia Interfaith Network Proudly Present: A Taste of Faith at Pakenham Hall, Victoria.
Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Festival: The Wisdom of Indigenous Faiths
Date: Sunday June 3, 2012 Time: 12.30pm – 6pm
Location: Mornington Community Theatre Wilsons Rd, Mornington (Melways Ref: 145 E2)