The Australian Christian Mediation Community will conduct a program called Meditation as pivot for Inter Religious Dialogue and Inter Spirituality on 22 February at the Living Well Centre in Malvern.
The Australian Christian Meditation Community will conduct a program on Meditation for Inter Religious Dialogue and Understanding of Human Spirituality Friendship, Dialogue and Spiritual Communion, on 22 February 2014.
- Ven Toby Gillies, Buddhist monk, Tibetan Tradition
- Swami Atmananda, Shiva Yogi, Hindu Tradition
- Fr Michael Mifsud, Oblate monk, Camaldolese Benedictine Tradition
The ACMC is part of the World Community for Christian Meditation (WCCM), an ecumenical community led by Fr Laurence Freeman OSB. Its Mission Statement (1991) forms part of the WCCM Constitution accepted by all national communities:
To communicate and nurture meditation as passed on through the teaching of John Main in the Christian tradition and in the spirit of serving the unity of all.
The ACMC does this through a National Council and Executive, 440 groups around Australia, annual programs of events by State and National committees, a borrowing library, online bookshop, quarterly Newsletters to some 3000 meditators, international CDs to group leaders, websites and schools initiatives. There is no membership fee to belong to the Community but an annual donation is gratefully received.
What: Meditation for Inter Religious Dialogue and Understanding of Human Spirituality Friendship, Dialogue and Spiritual Communion
When: Saturday 22 February, 10am-4pm
Where: Living Well Centre, St George’s Anglican Church, 296 Glenferrie Road, Malvern
Cost: $20 donation will be appreciated
More information: bring lunch to share. Tea/coffee provided.
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