Brimbank Maribyrnong Interfaith Network (BMIN) - Articles of Faith: Collection of Interfaith Stories
Thank you for coming to the Brimbank Welcome Dinner on Friday night. It was an incredibly special night and one that we won't forget any time soon! Thank you for bringing a plate of food to share and for your energy, enthusiasm and big smiles. For those who couldn't make it, we hope you enjoy reading about it and can attend future events.
The dinner was made possible through the generosity of Brimbank City Council and the St Albans Community Centre (STACC), together with partners Brimbank-Maribyrnong Interfaith Network (BMIN) and New Hope Foundation / MiCare. Thank you to all the efforts of the council and STACC staff (in particular Nantiya Balm and Jo Trevathan) and Welcome Dinner Project volunteers.
Thank you also to Uncle Ron Jones, Mayor John Hedditch, Councillors Virginia Tachos and Duyen Anh Pham who spoke, as well as many other councillors for joining us!
BMIN Launched our first video the video 'Articles of Faith'
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Photos from the event will be available soon. Please comment on the album and let us know your experience! You can also like the Welcome Dinner Project Victoria FB page to stay in touch with us.
On Saturday, 20 May 2017 the Brimbank Maribyrnong Interfaith Network visited Bendigo as a part of spiritual exchange program with Bendigo Interfaith Council. A group of around 35 people visited The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion and took part of guided tours around the grounds of the Atisha Centre and the Stupa itself. After lunch the group moved to Bendigo for a guided tour of the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Bendigo. Enjoy the highlights from the visit.
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