The 6th Annual General Meeting of the Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia [JCMA] was held on November 21st 2013.

Some forty people heard JCMA’s Patron, Sir James Gobbo AC CVO deliver a thought provoking message entitled:

“JCMA AGM Multicultural Australia Its Links with Multifaith Australia

Sir James highlighted the importance of faith as being an essential part of the […]

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JCMA Women’s “A Taste of Faith” Forum – Sunday June 16 2013 – Paddy O’Donoghue Centre, Noble Park

At taste of Faith forum on June 16 drew a good crowd of mostly women from the three Abrahamic faiths to the Paddy O’Donoghue Centre in Noble Park.
Speakers from each of the three faiths talked warmly and informatively about the customs and food from within their particular faith.  While speaking from a personal perspective […]

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Message from New President of JCMA – Riad Galil

It was pleasing to see so many old and new friends at our AGM. JCMA is growing with confidence. Thank you to all members who attended. I trust that you had a good evening, particularly when Elsedeaq committee decided to treat us to a banquet instead of the promised ‘light supper’. […]

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You are invited to attend the Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the 24th of November at 6:45pm.

Guest Speaker at the AGM will be Mr Chin Tan, the new Chairperson of the Victorian Multicultural Commission who will be speaking on the vision of the Commission and his role as […]

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JCMA Membership Drive

Hi everyone.

My name is Paul Gardner and I’m the chair of the JCMA Membership Committee.

Perhaps you are already a financial member of JCMA, in which case, thank you for your support. You don’t have to read the rest of this post, but if you’re a really enthusiastic supporter of JCMA, feel free to forward […]

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