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. To be involved visit mycommunitylife.com.au
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:
- panel discussions
- 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 contact our Community Development Officer on 9581 4783.
Kingston Interfaith Network Committee
The Kingston Interfaith Network Committee has been established by Council to provide a conduit between Kingston Council and faith communities within local areas to encourage open communication, interfaith dialogue and partnerships to address the needs of the local communities.
The Kingston Interfaith Network Committee is open to representatives from all recognised faith organisations. Members are appointed for a period of two years with an option for a second two year period. Council will open nominations to the Committee publicly through advertisements in Kingston Your City, local newspapers, Council’s website and notification to key stakeholders.
For more information contact Elisabetta Robecchi, Community Development Officer on 9581 4783 or email email@example.com
Interfaith dinner to prevent family violence, Tuesday 26th November 2019
The Social Development Team, with the support of Kingston Interfaith Network Committee, will host a panel discussion on the role of faith organisations in preventing family violence.
A buffet dinner will follow the discussion. The event is free, but guests are encouraged to bring a gift card as a donation for the victims of family violence living in crisis accommodation in Kingston (grocery/supermarket fuel card suggested).
Book a place
RSVP by 15 November 2019