Victoria: Young People of Faith working towards Tolerance and Unity

Kingston Interfaith Network are hosting a Youth Panel Discussion on Faith. A panel of young people will answer questions about their faith and explain why it is an important part of their identity at the Moorabbin Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, on Thursday, 26 July 2018.


Kingston Council supports meaningful interfaith dialogue, while recognizing the integrity of our individual faiths. As a matter of fact the Kingston Interfaith Network Committee has been established by Council to provide a conduit between Kingston Council and the Faith communities within local areas to encourage open communication, interfaith dialogue and partnerships to address the needs of the local communities.

Interfaith dialogue has become essential in order to help more people discover, celebrate and promote the reality of pluralism in our community. It is important that people respect and have appreciation for other’s faith traditions. Promoting interfaith dialogue among young Kingston Committee hopes to build relationships, identify commonly-held beliefs and enhance the participants’ own faith experience.

This event will be facilitated by Committee members who will organise the presentation of the panel, introduce panellists, help with time management, and facilitate an effective discussion of the topic with members of the audience.

Panellists from the following faiths: Islam, Judaism, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Catholic and Hare Krishna.

Refreshments will be provided. All are welcome.

Event Details

Program: Panel Discussion: Coming together as Young People of Faith working towards Tolerance and Unity
Date: Thursday 26 July 2018
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2 Barbara St, Moorabbin
Cost: Free
RSVP: by Friday 20 July 2018 to Elisabetta Robecchi, 03 9581 4783 or
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