Faith Communities Council of Victoria
Established in 2010, the Faith Communities Council of Victoria (FCCV) is Victoria’s umbrella multifaith body. FCCV was created to contribute to the harmony of the Victorian community by promoting positive relations between people of different faiths and greater public knowledge and mutual understanding of the teachings, customs and practices of Victoria's diverse faith traditions.
FCCV produces a monthly e-newsletter, titled Many Faiths, One World, which contains information on upcoming multifaith/interfaith events in the State of Victoria and news from around the world. If you would like to subscribe to this free e-newsletter click here.
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Monash Interfaith Gathering: Mental Health - A Multicultural Perspective
The Annual Forum of the Monash Interfaith Gathering was held on the 5th of September at the Clayton Theatrette. This year's theme was 'Mental Health - A Multicultural Perspective'. The forum was well attended by a cross section of the community, including people from various faith and ethnic backgrounds as well as members from the allied medical profession supporting mental health.
Frankston Interfaith Network: Unveiling Peace Plaque at Community Garden
Frankston Interfaith Network’s Peace Day celebrations with Joy of the Earth Community Gardeners on Sunday 22nd September was a beautiful, shining example of how two very different communities can come together to celebrate in harmony and peace.
Casey Interfaith Network: Respect Paves the Way to Tolerance
26 September 2013 - Berwick News
RESPECT was the key word at the Casey Multi-faith Network’s sixth annual gathering earlier this month. The night, held at Nossal High School, included a range of performances from various international and religious groups as each person involved learned more about other cultures, and continues to do so.
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