A group of women in the UK is bringing together two religious communities to develop “more understanding and respect” between the faiths. Nisa Nashim is a network for UK Jewish and Muslim women, which focuses on building friendships based on similarities rather than differences. The organisation’s Wessex group, which formed in 2016, has more than […]
JCMA Child Safe Policies
JCMA aims to provide children and young people with a positive and enriching environment that promotes their safety and wellbeing. As part of this commitment, we have developed a Child Safety Code of Conduct for our organisation and have policies that guides our staff and volunteers on how to behave with children […]
Come along on Sunday 22nd October and spend an afternoon walking together in friendship and goodwill between a mosque, synagogue and a church. Starting at the Albanian Mosque in Carlton North we will walk together to the East Melbourne Hebrew Congregation Synagogue, then walk across the road to St Peters Eastern Hill Anglican Church. We will start with […]
At Evensong 5.10pm in St Paul’s Cathedral August 29th, in renewing the commitment to an Anglican – Uniting relationships there is a Service to accept and recognise a new document for use in churches. Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne, The Most Rev. Dr. Philip Freier, and the Moderator of the Synod of Victoria and Tasmania, […]
The JCMA conference 2017, ‘Faith and Society’ is held in a relaxing environment conducive to both personal reflection and warm, open meetings and discussions.
Who is it for?
• JCMA conferences are intended for people of all ages who are members of one of the three Abrahamic faith communities, Judaism, Christianity and Islam and is supported by […]