Interfaith Matters Forum: May 2020: Exploring the Baha'i faith
27 May 2020 5:30pm - 7:30pm
The Baha’i faith: How old is it? What are the roots of this religion?
These questions, and many more will be discussed at the Interactive and Interfaith Matters Forum via Zoom to explore the Baha'i faith.
Liellie McLaughlin will be the host, with presenters: Angela Christie, Tom Price and Mahboobeh Aryanpad, sharing some personal insights into how they discovered the Faith and what attracted them to a Faith that they describe as having brought joy, comfort and peace of mind to more than 6 million people from all parts of the world.
The event will kick-off on at 5.45pm on Wednesday, 27 May, to enable all participants to be welcomed and in time to hear the Recognition of Country at 6 pm and the Introduction of the speakers. During the following hour participants (who have registered via Eventbrite), will be able to hear the stories and insights from practitioners of the Baha'i faith, and all will be invited to explore the contents presented in respectful ways, as we represent many faiths or none, and the unique faith stories of people in our community are validated and honoured.
Early (written) questions are welcomed via email.
Please contact Liellie McLaughlin if you are interested via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or to share your questions or ideas.
Interested people (limited to 20 participants) are invited to register via Eventbrite
URL: eventbrite.com.au/e/105196850612 by 26 May and post early questions.
(The Interfaith Matters Forum meet monthly, to hear, share and discuss a variety of faith traditions. Respect, Interest and Community-Connections are the signature aspects of this group, who usually meet monthly at Hope’s café, to share a meal and listen to a wide variety of faith expressions).
For more information
Contact Liellie McLaughlin