Nathan - Grand Iftar Feast

  • March 19, 2024 5:45 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Multi-Faith Centre (N35)

    170 Kessels Road
    Nathan, Queensland 4111
Ticket Price Free This event is now over
Description

Griffith Chaplaincy is also hosting this event at our Gold Coast campus. find more info HERE

Join us for an evening of warmth and togetherness at the the GUMSA x Chaplaincy Annual Grand Iftar, where all Griffith University students and staff are invited to experience the rich hospitality of Ramadan as Muslims break their fast and celebrate unity and solidarity within our community.

Commence the evening with a prayer for Maghrib, followed by Isha and an optional Taraweeh prayer for those who wish to participate. You will also be provided with delicious food and desserts, as well as inspiration talks by faith leaders. Test your knowledge and have fun with interactive Islamic trivia on Kahoot. And finally, support a worthy cause by contributing to our fundraiser to raise money for Palestine.

Don't miss this opportunity to come together, celebrate diversity, and experience the spirit of Ramadan. Register now to secure your spot at this free event!

 

 

Date & Time

Tue, Mar 19, 2024 5:45 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue Details

Multi-Faith Centre (N35)

170 Kessels Road
Nathan, Queensland 4111 Multi-Faith Centre (N35)
Griffith Chaplaincy

We are the Chaplaincy service for Griffith Univerisity students in Queensland. We aim to Transform students experience by providing opportunity for personal and spiritual growth and the well-being of every Griffith student.

Griffith Chaplains core value is that everyone matters. we understand that:

 

- Everyone hits tough times. Whatever you are facing, Chaplains are an open and non-judgemental space to talk through what is on your mind and heart. No religion required.

- Everyone is spiritual. No one has it figured out. Chaplains are trained to help you explore the spiritual questions, hopes, doubts, and longings that you might have, regardless of your religious background.

- Everyone needs to belong. Chaplains provide opportunities to connect with a wide range of religious and non-religious groups on and off campus to help you build community and discover belonging.