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.
The Multifaith Association of South Australia extends an invitation to all interested persons to join its Annual General Meeting on Sunday 21 February 2016, 2pm – 4pm at the Joinery, 111 Franklin St, Adelaide. All are welcome.
Join us to build a dynamic interfaith community in South Australia. The programme for 2016 is designed to engage all faith communities at every level.
- Monthly events around set themes such as: compassion; welcoming refugees; acts of charity; building communities; meditation traditions; studies on spiritual leaders; applying our faith in daily life.
- A Regular Multifaith newsletter – share your expertise, your thoughts, what is happening in your faith community, write an article.
- Revitalisation: to build a dynamic, purposeful association that engages with all our communities; with a structure/operations that support these aims.
- Fund-raising activities, for the Multifaith Association and for charity.
- . Regular meetings with faith leaders around SA to establish relationships and
work together to promote interfaith harmony.
Election of Committee
Speakers and afternoon tea (provided)
Nivy Balachanadran is the Regional Co-ordinator of the United Religions Initiative, Southeast Asia and the Pacific chapter. Nivy has been involved in local and international interfaith work for several years. She first came to know of URI through Australia’s premier interfaith youth organization InterAction which she co-founded 2009.
Philippa Rowland is an agricultural scientist who spent the last 12 years working on community solutions to climate change. Philippa went to Paris last December as a community delegate to COP21. She will speak to us about her personal experience and the growing role for faith voices in the climate debate.
The Joinery is a space for South Australians to come to connect and create a better
future together. Our community is joined by a love for nature and sustainable living. It’s here we can
show, share and live the positive change we all want. For more information, see http://www.thejoinery.org.au/
The Joinery is located next to the Adelaide Bus Station.