The Interfaith Centre of Melbourne invites you to the Night of the Winter Solstice on Sunday June 21st at St John’s Church, Essendon.
Interfaith Gathering on the Night of the Winter Solstice
The Interfaith Centre of Melbourne would like to invite you to an Interfaith Gathering on the Night of the Winter Solstice. An evening of beautiful music, chants and candle lighting. Experience mystical and transformative insights into your life’s journey.
Venerable Chang Ji is an ordained nun under Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association in the Chinese Mahayana tradition of Buddhism. She is the representative of the organization to the UN and is committed to teaching the tenets of contemplative action to young adults worldwide and has led many workshops and meditation retreats to this effect.
Dr Alexander John Shaia is a spiritual director, educator, psychologist and passionate professional speaker travelling internationally, lecturing and leading retreats and workshops. Alexander’s groundbreaking insights into the four gospels in Heart and Mind offer a profound template through which to navigate life.
Cath Connelly is considered one of Australia’s leading Celtic harpers. She performs and leads workshops throughout Australia and frequently performs internationally in Ireland and the USA. Cath’s music melds contemporary spirituality with the ancient Celtic harp tradition. Cath is a qualified spiritual director and Co-Director of the Living Well Centre, for Spiritual Directors, Malvern.
Event: Interfaith Gathering on the Night of the Winter Solstice
When: Sunday June 21, 2015
5pm: Social Gathering and Refreshments in Hall 6pm -7.15 pm: Interfaith Gathering in St John’s Church
Where: St John’s Uniting Church – Corner Mt Alexander Road and Buckley Street, Essendon
More information: Reverend Helen Summers Phone: (03) 9650 7163 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Proudly supported by St John’s Uniting Church, Dharma Drum Mountain Melbourne Chapter and Quadrato