The NZ Interfaith Group welcomes you in the spirit of
understanding and cooperation between all of the faiths in Aotearoa New
The NZ Interfaith Group has evolved from a variety of interfaith groups that
have been active in different parts of New Zealand over the past 20 years.
Members of many faiths are represented in these various groups, that have come
together in an annual forum for the past few years.
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Mercy Spirituality Centre and Auckland Inter-Faith Council invite you to a new event based on Abraham, a connecting ancestor for Jews, Christians and Muslims alike.Guests from the three Abrahamic traditions will open a discussion to enable us to learn from each other's perspectives.This is an event for participants who have open hearts and minds and want to interact with like-minded individuals from other faiths.What: Panel discussion eventWhen: Tuesday 26 June, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PMWhere: Mercy Spirituality Centre, 104 The Drive, Epsom, AucklandCost: Free -- koha welcome
Wellington Interfaith Council warmly invites you to attend the 12th National Interfaith Forum - 28-30 July 2018. The theme is We are the World and focuses on how we use our faith values to make this world a better place.
There will be Forums for Youth (12 yrs to 25 yrs) and for women and men. The Forum will be hosted by Parliamentary officials on the Monday.
The prices are as follows: - Youth attending Saturday forum is free but if they attend the other events it is $20 for Sunday and Monday.- For all adults it is $50 for 3 days.- We can offer limited airport transfers on Saturday morning 28th July before 9am.
RSVP to email@example.com and you have the option of registering online or on 28th July at National Library.
Details of the programme are available as a PDF here.
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Over 100 people celebrated the United Nations Interfaith World Harmony Week in the Queen's Gardens in Nelson on Sunday 4 February, organised by the Interfaith Council of Nelson-Tasman. It was also the perfect opportunity to honour Dr Margaret Belton. She is a highly respected retired medical doctor with a long history of service to the Nelson community. Margaret is a long serving member of the National Council of Women representing the Baha’i Faith. She has organised numerous World Peace Days, World Religions Days, International Woman's Days, Race Unity Days (She was one of the founding member of the Multicultural Council in 1991.) and other United Nations Days, seminars and events. She is the author of a book entitled 'Millennium Stardust- Making Peace Inevitable' and very much loved by her community and all of those she has supported for many years. HarmonyGardenParty ToPayTribute.pdf
Toronto - acclaimed
the most diverse city in the world and home to six million
Canadians - has been chosen as the host city of the 7th Parliament of the
World’s Religions, to be convened from 1 to 7 November 2018.
More than 10,000
people will participate in the 2018 Parliament, which will last for
seven days and comprise more than 500 programs, workshops, and
dialogues, alongside music, dance, art and photography exhibitions, and
related events presented by the world’s religious communities and
historic 1893 World’s Parliament of Religions in Chicago, modern
Parliaments have attracted participants from more than 200 diverse
religious, indigenous, and secular beliefs and more than 80 nations to
its international gatherings in Chicago (1993), Cape Town (1999),
Barcelona (2004), Melbourne (2009), and Salt Lake City (2015). These
Parliament events are the world’s oldest, largest, and most inclusive
gatherings of the global interfaith movement. Professor Mark Toulouse,
Co-Chair of the host committee, believes that “the selection of Toronto
was a perfect match for the Parliament.”
More information is available here.
Welcome to the Wellington Council of Christians and Jews. Our council brings together Christian and Jewish Communities in a common effort to overcome the evils of prejudice, intolerance and discrimination between people of different of religions and ethnicity. We are affiliated to the New Zealand Council of Christians and Jews, and the International Council of Christians and Jews http://www.iccj.org/.
Here on our web site, you can find out more about the council, join the CCJ, download publications, listen to recordings of our past public meetings, or contact us.
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