The Boroondara Interfaith Network invites you to join us online to hear from representatives from different faiths share their perspectives on caring for our environment in a time of change. This is an online event on Tuesday, 24 August commencing at 6:00pm
The Boroondara Interfaith Network invites you to join us online to hear from representatives from different faiths share their perspectives on caring for our environment in a time of change.
The session will be hosted by Professor (Hon) David Karoly FAA, University of Melbourne, internationally recognised expert on climate change and climate variability.
David will be joined by:
- Kerman Buhariwala, Zoroastrian Faith and member of the Shirdi Sai Sansthan Temple, Camberwell
- Fr Brendan Reed, Parish Priest from the catholic parishes of Camberwell, Balwyn Deepdene and Surrey Hills Wattle Park
- Rabbi Jonathan Keran Black from the Leo Beack Centre for Progessive Judaism in Kew and joint founder of Greenfaith Australia
Everyone is welcome to attend this free event but bookings are essential.
Come along to build interfaith connections and learn about other religions, faiths, traditions and cultures through our shared responsibility of caring for our environment.
The link to join us will be shared when we receive your registration.
If you have further queries or to request access requirements, please call 9278 4938 or email@example.com
About this event
Program: Faith and Our Environment
Host: Boroondara Interfaith Network
Date: Tuesday 23 August 2022
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm AEST
Location: Online event
RSVP: Register online at Eventbrite