Join us in ” Coming Together in Kindness” for eVesak 2020, on Mother’s Day to signify the birth of hope and light in the world. Sunday 10 May 2020 from 4 PM (AEST).
COVID-19: Important Information For The Buddhist Community
The outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has created unprecedented challenges for Victoria’s faith communities. Read the most recent update (13 April 2020) for Buddhist organisations in Victoria.
The Buddhist Council of VictoriaThe Buddhist Council of Victoria is a representative body that acts on behalf of Buddhists in the Australian state of Victoria. It is actively engaged in representing the needs of Buddhists to all levels of government, provides speakers for interfaith dialogue and works widely with the community.
Victorians live in a multi-faith community with the opportunity to learn about different philosophies and religious practices, and where the spiritual development of the child is encouraged.
There are volunteer chaplains from several different Buddhist communities and traditions visiting prisoners on a regular and ‘as-needs’ basis. If you are interested in learning more about prison chaplaincy, or becoming involved yourself.
BCV is actively developing chaplaincy and spiritual care services for hospitals and other major healthcare facilities. As we build our Healthcare Chaplaincy capacity additional content will be made available incrementally.
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Email: administrator (at) bcv.org.au
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