The Whitehorse Interfaith Network (WIN) is a committee of volunteers supported by Whitehorse City Council. Its purpose is to promote interfaith dialogue, social justice and harmony to the wider community.
The WIN committee has been active for over a decade and its members represent diverse faith and spiritual traditions. New members are welcomed.
The Network hosts events that focus on the religious and faith dimension of multiculturalism such as tours of worship and public forums to explore the concept of interfaith. Network members participate in multicultural celebrations as advocates for intercultural relationships and understanding.
The Whitehorse Interfaith Network is running the Inclusive Narratives Project, a series of friendly forums about faith and culture.
- Session 1: Sunday 28 August 2022, 2 to 4pm at the Box Hill Community Arts Centre (in-person)
- Topic: Coming together after COVID
- Session 2: Wednesday 21 September 2022, 7 to 8:30pm (online via Zoom)
- Topic: How social media is shaping Whitehorse
- Session 3: Wednesday 19 October 2022, 6 to 8pm at the Box Hill Town Hall – Boyland Room (in-person)
- Topic: Evolving together as a culturally diverse community
Topics to be discussed include coming together after COVID, how social media is shaping Whitehorse and how we can evolve together as a culturally diverse community.
Refreshments will be included at in-person sessions.
RSVP your attendance two-weeks before to each session by completing the form below.