Places of Worship Bus Tour: Brimbank Maribyrnong Interfaith Network and Melton Interfaith Network

Places of Worship Bus Tour: Brimbank Maribyrnong Interfaith Network and Melton Interfaith Network

From March 20, 2019 09:00 until March 20, 2019 14:00

At Melton City Council, 232 High St, Melton VIC 3337

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The Brimbank & Maribyrnong Interfaith Network, partnered with Melton Interfaith Network, invite you to:

Tour to Place of Worship | Cultural Diversity Week 2019

Date: Wednesday 20 March 2019        Time: 9am to 2pm
Pick-up Location: 9:15 am board bus at Melton City Council, 232 High Street, Melton, VIC 3337 | 9:25 am bus departs Melton City Council

In 2019 we will partner with the Melton Interfaith Network and organise three bus tours that will take us outside of our municipality to witness the diversity of religious life in Melbourne. Bus tours will be an opportunity to increase you understanding of different faiths and cultures through direct experience.

The first bus tour of 2019 is scheduled during the 2019 Cultural Diversity Week on Wednesday 20th March 2019 between 9am and 2pm.

  • We will visit the Al Iman Islamic College in Melton. The Al Iman College provides Religious Education which instils the values of our Muslim faith in each of the Key Learning Areas. We will be welcomed by the Principal Zulfiquar Ali, staff and students and will enjoy morning tea at the College.
  • The second stop will be at the St Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Melton South. The Parish was established in 1983 and Fr Fabian is the current Parish Priest. We will be welcomed by Aloysius Dacunha who is member of the parish and also secretary of the Melton Interfaith network.
  • We will then proceed to Navan Park in Melton South to enjoy shared lunch and learn about our partners the Melton Interfaith Network. 

Places are limited so please register to attend today by Thursday 14 March 2019 | This is a free event
Contact: Maria Meilak Coordinator | 0409 046 172 | 

This event is sponsored by the grant from Victorian Multicultural Commission.