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Week of Prayer for World Peace


Wed 18 Oct 2017, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: The Historic Village, Seventeenth Ave West, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: John Hebenton

Tauranga Moana Interfaith Council invites you to take part in the Week of Prayer for World Peace.

The international Week of Prayer for World Peace is coming soon. The Tauranga Moana Interfaith Council invites people of all faiths and no faith, all who have in interest in peace, to join with us in praying for world peace.

We are sponsoring an interfaith event in support of this week. This will be held in The Village Hall at the Tauranga Historic Village on 17th Avenue, on Wednesday 18th October at 7pm, gathering from 6:30pm for a 7pm start followed by light refreshments afterward.

This will be the fourth such event we have held. At each event each of the faiths present have expressed their hope of world peace in a manner reflective of their faith. Last year this included music, prayers, readings and talks on world peace.

World Peace starts at home. These events are designed to help us grow our understanding of each other and the range of faiths present in our city. In doing so we hope to build peace. So please join us on October 18th and join a diverse range of faith groups here in Tauranga Moana pray for world peace.

Please help us promote this important event. I have attached the poster for this year’s event. Please advertise the event to all and sundry.

If you are interested in contributing to the programme please contact John on 021679292

The Tauranga Moana Interfaith Council is a voluntary non-profit association of persons who collectively represent the diversity of religious and faith communities that exist within our wider society.

The Council shall exist to foster mutual appreciation and good relations between these traditions and communities; to coordinate action, and/or to act, on behalf of any or all of these communities in respect of religious issues and relationships to society at large; and to act in an advisory and consultative capacity to the community at large; and to support the New Zealand Statement on Religious Diversity.

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