St Michael’s Uniting Church, 120 Collins Street, Melbourne
Ongoing Interspiritual Gatherings online, for prayer, music, poetry, and the wisdom of the great traditions.
‘Spectrum of Enlightenment’ How a little light can dispel much darkness: the lights of Channuka
Guest Speaker: Rabbi Laibl Wolf, Dean, Spiritgrow – The Josef Kryss Centre
13th December 2020
‘Transforming Obstacles Into Seeds of Awakening’
Guest Speaker: Chi Kwang Sunim, Abbess of Kinglake Seon (Korean Zen) Centre
1st November 2020
‘The Spirit of Guidance as Friend’
Guest Speaker: Murshida Nuria Daly, The International Sufi Movement in Australia
27th September 2020
‘Uncertainty and the Possibilities of Hope’
Guest Speaker: Swami Sunishthananda, Vedanta Centre of Melbourne
13th September 2020
Listening to the Statement from the Heart
Over twenty representatives of Religious and Spiritual Organisations and their Communities attended this special 2019 UN World Interfaith Harmony Week event
Listening to the Statement from the Heart, in the spirit of
Love of God and Love of the Neighbour or Love of the Good and Love of the Neighbour
Sunday 17th February, 2019.
St Oswald’s Anglican Church, 100 High Street, Glen Iris, Melbourne, VIC Australia
World Interfaith Harmony Week Webinar Series
Throughout 2019, the Parliament will be convening successful interfaith organizers to share World Interfaith Harmony Week experiences in order to help individuals, organizations, and organizers around the world as guests of the Parliament’s World Interfaith Harmony Week Webinar Series.
On Winning 1st Place
Hosted by the Parliament of the World’s Religions
Monday February 11, 2019 1pm AEDT
Rev. Helen Summers representing the Interfaith Center of Melbourne, first place winners of the 2018 World Interfaith Harmony Week, share the inspiration for their event, what their success has meant for their center, and what they hope for their future and the future of WIHW in Australia.
Rev. Helen Summers, Founder & Director of the Interfaith Centre of Melbourne
Swami Sunishthananda, Vedanta Centre of Melbourne
Rabbi Jonathan Keren-Black, Australian Religious Response to Climate Change
The Interfaith Centre is active in the creation and participation of educational and cultural programs for people of diverse religions and spiritualities – to understand each other – as well as for the wider community who might be interested in learning more about ‘the other’ and developing their own spiritual life.