Tasmanian Council of Churches


Relations With Other Faiths


These links are provided for information only.  The Tasmanian Council of Churches is not responsible for external websites.

Australian Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) seeks to assist Christians and Jews in Australia to a better understanding of each others faiths 

Australian National Dialogue of Christians, Muslims, and Jews seeks to provide opportunity for the national bodies of each faith to come together to build understanding and harmony in the Australian context

JCMA - The Jewish, Christian and Muslim Association, which seeks to strengthen understanding among members of these three faiths in Australia

National Day of Unity, observed on 25 October.  This was an initiative of Jewish, Christian and Muslim leaders.  The initiative was started in Sydney in 2014, in response to growing reports of discrimination, violence and rising tensions within the Australian community.

Religions for Peace Tasmania (RfP Tasmania) is dedicated to promoting peace and strives also to create multireligious partnerships to confront the world’s most dire issues, including stopping war, ending poverty and protecting the earth

Uniting Church Working Group on Christian-Jewish Relations, a ministry of the Synod of Victoria and Tasmania, seeks to promote a better understanding of Judaism among Christians

Uniting Church Working Group on Relations with Other Faiths, a ministry of the Uniting Churchs national Assembly, works in the area of relations between Christians and those of all other faiths