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Kingston Interfaith Network

The Kingston Interfaith Network meets several times a year to learn from each other, create connections and have conversations between different faith groups.

Many events and activities are organised throughout the year for our network members to be involved in visit: 



Our Vision Statement

Kingston Interfaith Network celebrates the commonality and diversity of our spiritual communities by:

  • encouraging understanding and respect between peoples of all faiths and cultures
  • affirming spiritual and religious freedom
  • working towards peace, compassion, and equality within our local community

Fulfilling Our Vision

The Network shares and engages with the community by being involved in:

  • celebrations
  • events
  • gatherings
  • conversations
  • learning and education
  • community consultations and representation

Anyone with an interest in interfaith is welcome to become a member of the Kingston Interfaith Network. Members of the Network receive information and have the opportunity to be involved in interfaith events and activities.

To become a member of the Network, complete the registration form in the Related Information section on this page.

Kingston Interfaith Advisory Committee

The Kingston Interfaith Advisory Committee is a group of people nominated to represent their faith group on the committee. The Committee works in partnership with members of Council’s Community Engagement Team to provide a link between Kingston Council and faith communities. This relationship encourages open communication, interfaith dialogue and partnerships to address the needs of our local communities.

The Committee works together to fulfill the vision statement of the Interfaith Network. It meets monthly and collaborates on a range of projects that involve the Kingston Interfaith Network and the broader community. Events have included an interfaith stall at the Globe to Globe World Music Festival, a tree planting day for National Tree Day, and  highlighted by a range of speakers.

The Committee is always interested in hearing from community members who would like to be involved in interfaith planning for Kingston.

For more information about Interfaith in Kingston, contact 9581 4783 or email

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