Events & Retreats
Muslim Women & Spiritual Revival in Australia
Conversations of insights and knowledge with women from the Islamic faith
Three Muslim women will open the event sharing insights from their spiritual experiences and Islamic culture. The dialogue will continue with a mutual exploration of how the quest for meaning and deep connection has many facets. This quest is nurtured by religious frameworks and it also at times, transcends them.
This event is open to men and women of all ages.
There is no charge for this event but please let us know you are coming. Donations may be offered on the day if you wish.
A wonderful afternoon tea will be served. Please RSVP by Friday 12 August
Street parking is available. Riverwood station (Airport and East Hills line) is less than a minute's walk to the centre.
If you would like to share a ride to Riverwood for this event please let us know when you RSVP.
Background to the event
As a result of the Eremos event, Exploring the Religious Conflicts in Syria and Iraq, on 3 April this year, a desire emerged within Eremos to mutually explore spirituality and culture with our Muslim brothers and sisters. We aspire to deepen our connection with people of the Islamic faith and contribute to a growing understanding between all people within Australia. Both the Al-Ghazzali Centre and Eremos are committed to greater harmony and co-existence through the act of appreciating diverse religions and cultures.
Our dialogue partners for this event are women associated with the Al-Ghazzali Centre, a Learning Centre for Sacred Islamic Knowledge. They graciously offer their hospitality for the afternoon.
• Come if you want to better appreciate and understand the Islamic faith.
• Come if you would like to be inspired by women who are able to articulate how their faith, culture, and identity are integrated in their lives.
• Come if you want to reflect on your own spiritual journey and the longings of your heart.
• Come to participate in growing greater levels of consciousness and transformation in our community.
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