Hume Interfaith Network
Over the past twelve years, Hume Interfaith Network has worked with Council and has shared with others their knowledge and experiences in strengthening social justice, deepening mutual respect and promoting community participation and wellbeing.
Aims of the Network
Our basic aim is to create an opportunity for people of different faiths and cultural groups to meet and learn from one another and to contribute to the health and well-being of the broader community.
We recognise that each group has a unique story and a unique value for our community. We aim to celebrate the rich diversity as well as identify common threads which may be a basis for unity.
The group is inclusive and open to leaders and representatives of faith and cultural communities who accept the basic understandings and purpose of the Network.
When we meet
The Network meets bi-monthly on a Thursday evening from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at the Council Office, 1093 Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows. Additional meetings are held if required.
For more information on the purposes and objectives of the Network, download the Hume Interfaith Network Brochure 2013.pdf
Download the Hume Faith Directory 2013.pdf
The Venerable Judi Pollard
Chairperson, Hume Interfaith Network
Phone: (03) 9309 5061
Mob: 0402 268 001
Community Development Officer - Southern
Social Development Department
Hume City Council
Phone: (03) 9205 2200