Opportunities to discuss matters of common concern in an open and friendly environment.
Informative presentations by member communities about the basic tenets of their faith.
- Tours of places of worship in the
Knox City Council area to
learn about their significant aspects.
The Knox Inter-faith Network supports strongly the ability of all people in the Knox area, as well as in Melbourne, Victoria and Australia more broadly, to have a free choice of faith, which includes the ability to choose to follow no faith. Consistent with this, the Network supports strongly and unanimously the following statement made by the Faith Communities Council of Victoria.
One of the photos used in the photographic exhibition which celebrated the 10th anniversary
of the Knox Inter-faith Network, which ran during 2013-2014.
the Knox Inter-faith Network at the April 2006 meeting, along with
Mayor David Cooper and Councillor Monique Davey of Knox City Council
All members of the Knox Inter-faith Network mourn the sudden passing of Cr. David Cooper
The Network passed a condolence motion at its February 2015 meeting.
The Knox Inter-faith Network at the 2011 Knox Festival: adult visitors seeking information about the Network while children guests drew, coloured in a calendar or made an origami peace crane
The Knox Inter-faith Network was present at the 2014 Knox Multicultural Festival in March 2014.
The Knox Inter-faith Network was incorporated on 11 January 2010. (Incorporation # A0053991N)
The Network is also registered with an Australian Business Number. (ABN 38 675 921 814)
A downloadable overview of the Knox Inter-faith Network can be found here.