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.  

On Friday September 14th, around 25 people gathered at the Cobbers statue located at the Shrine of Remembrance, in the beautiful botanical gardens. The Interfaith Prayer Service was in commemoration of for young people who’ve lost their lives to drugs, suicide or neglect.

The third event of the Boroondara Interfaith Network’s 2012 calendar focused on the theme of our shared social values and issues as a society and diverse community. A diverse group of participants from the interfaith network, local community and Swinburne community gathered to share this important conversation with the presenters and each other.

On Saturday 1 September 2012, Lajna Imaillah, the Women’s Auxiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Victoria, organised an Interfaith Peace Symposium lunch at Ahmadiyya Community Centre in Langwarrin.

Listening to the Land and listening to indigenous elders has, since the founding of the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network in 2008, been an integral part of the network's vision. Four times a year, in conjunctions with the four seasons, we walk sacred places on the Mornington Peninsula. We are nurtured by the land and we receive life from the land. There are many cultures and many religions but there is only one earth that we belong to.

The Multifaith Multicultural Youth Network (MMYN) is inviting applications for its new term in 2013.  The MMYN is a group of highly capable, engaged and enthusiastic young people from diverse cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds, who gather regularly to advise the government on issues affecting Victoria's multicultural youth and work on projects that build community harmony.

On Thursday 19th July,  46 people enjoyed a tour to three Places of Worship. The group were members of the Casey Multi-faith Network, a Probus Club, Casey U3A (University of the Third Age) and other members of the public.

The Pakenham Hall came alive on Sunday July 1st, when the Cardinia Interfaith Network celebrated their first public event, "A Taste of Faith", attracting more than 100 attendees.

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