19 February 2013

A coalition of organisations and individuals from across Victoria have come together to reaffirm, in a joint statement, their support of Victoria’s multicultural and multifaith community.

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On Friday 1st of February 2013, 70 people from various religious and spiritual traditions gathered for morning tea at Queens Hall Parliament House to celebrate the United Nations Interfaith Harmony Week.

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On December 21st 2012, 200 people from various religious and spiritual backgrounds came together at Catani Gardens in St Kilda to celebrate Global Healing Day, an event organised by the Planetary Healing Artists Association of Australia.

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GECC – Gippsland Interfaith completed their first year with a spectacular Interfaith activity in Morwell recently. Entitled a “Taste of Faith”, the  various faith traditions of Gippsland were invited to demonstrate how food plays an important part in their worship practice.

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The Moonee Valley Interfaith Network said goodbye to 2012 with their end of year celebration on Thursday the 13th of December - an evening of delicious food, inspiring conversations and connection with the Interfaith community.

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On Friday the 26th of October 2012, the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network (MPIN) hosted a silent retreat at the Brahma Kumaris Retreat Centre in South Frankston. The theme of the retreat was “One World: People of many faith traditions coming together in shared prayer and meditation to reflect on compassion and peace.”

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Docklands could become home to Australia’s first public multifaith facility.

In August, Places Victoria called for expressions of interest from parties interested in developing a place of worship in Docklands. The Faith Communities Council of Victoria (FCCV) is currently preparing its expression of interest, outlining a plan to build a multifaith facility.

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On behalf of Victoria’s faith communities, we, the members of the Multifaith Advisory Group (MAG) and the Faith Communities’ Council of Victoria (FCCV), join together to voice our support for Victoria’s Muslim community.

We deplore any activities which seek to ridicule and denigrate people on the basis of their religion and beliefs and express our unequivocal support for the Victorian and wider Australian Muslim communities as they are confronted by such activities.  

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