Celebration of World Interfaith Harmony (4429)

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2017 United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week activities: (1) Service Project: This event held from 10am to 12 noon on Saturday 4th February 2017 attracted a team of 30 people from different religions in Dunedin to help beautify the Quaker Meeting Place at 15 Park Street. Society of Friends members were present to outline and supervise the service tasks and a great deal was achieved tidying the property garden and building. The Quaker friends were most appreciative of the service project offer by the Council and provided morning tea for the service team. At the close of the service project the Council’s gift of a Kowhai Tree was planted by Chairman David Stiles as a symbol of growing interfaith harmony. There were many comments from those present about it being wonderful to meet and work alongside people of different faiths, often for the first time. (2) 2017 \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Celebration of interfaith harmony\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\' community dinner: The Council expressed its warmest appreciation for …

Celebration of World Interfaith Harmony (8727)

In New Zealandby

2017 United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week activities: (1) Service Project: This event held from 10am to 12 noon on Saturday 4th February 2017 attracted a team of 30 people from different religions in Dunedin to help beautify the Quaker Meeting Place at 15 Park Street. Society of Friends members were present to outline and supervise the service tasks and a great deal was achieved tidying the property garden and building. The Quaker friends were most appreciative of the service project offer by the Council and provided morning tea for the service team. At the close of the service project the Council’s gift of a Kowhai Tree was planted by Chairman David Stiles as a symbol of growing interfaith harmony. There were many comments from those present about it being wonderful to meet and work alongside people of different faiths, often for the first time. (2) 2017 \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Celebration of interfaith harmony\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\' community dinner: The Council expressed its warmest appreciation for …

11th National Interfaith Forum

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The forum was attended by volunteers and representatives from different religious groups, faiths, community organisations and ethnicities to discuss the various issues faced by different belief groups and ways to work together.

Peacenic

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“There are no strangers, just friends we haven’t met yet”   All welcome Bring your lunch | Bring a friend | Cricket & Soccer | Bouncy castle for under 5’s   For further information visit our Facebook page, or email us at peacen[email protected]

“Have faith in the future”

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“Have faith in the future” Dinner 2016 Thursday 4th February 2016 6.30pm -8.30pm Venue : Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Fenton Crescent, St Clair, Dunedin Vegetarian potluck : Bring a vegetarian meal or dessert to share Whānau friendly – face-painting and other activities will be provided Featuring : Guest Speakers : Bokyong Mun, United Nations Youth Otago Regional President, Jinty McTavish (DCC Councillor), other speakers, poetry readings, music and more ! Transport to venue available