Casey Multi-Faith Network: Monthly Meetings
Casey Multi-Faith Event: Annual General Meeting
Tour to Places of Worship: Orthodox Church and Islamic Mosque
Tour to Places of Worship: Islamic Museum and Anglican Church
Casey Multi-Faith Exhibition: Meet the Artists
About Casey Multi-Faith Network
Since its inception in 2006, the Casey Multi-Faith Network has been working to promote positive relations between people of different faiths.
The Network has also been working on removing misconceptions and breaking down barriers to create peace, harmony and understanding between people of different faiths and the wider community.
The Network supports the right of individuals to practice and promote their personal beliefs but encourages them to come together to focus on what unites them whilst also acknowledging their differences.
The Network is a voice of people of faith in face of fear, ignorance and intolerance, who wish to work together to attain common objectives such as peace, unity, friendship and benevolence.Read more...
On a cold morning of Thursday 16 June 2016, twelve women from different faith and cultural backgrounds embarked a bus tour organised by the Casey Multifaith Network. It started of sunny but as the day progressed the clouds settled in and then it started pouring by the mid afternoon.
The Safe Schools program, and some of the resources used by that program, have recently been the focus of considerable controversy.
On Thursday 19 November 2015, the Casey Multi-Faith Network hosted a luncheon to mark the White Ribbon Day held around the globe to raise awareness about the issues surrounding violence against women.
On Tuesday 11 August 2015, the Casey Multifaith Network hosted a tour to places of worship. 25 people attended the tour which covered places of worship in two municipalities: City of Casey and City of Greater Dandenong.