Welcome to the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network (MPIN)
The Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network (MPIN) is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2008. MPIN's mission is to promote understanding and respect amongst religious and spiritual communities in the Mornington Peninsula and surrounding areas, fostering a peaceful coexistence.
The Interfaith Festival is the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network's annual gathering. This gathering allows religious and spiritual organisations with an opportunity to display their practises, customs and beliefs.
The Land is Sacred. The Land inspires us. The Land’s beauty and majesty moves us in awe, wonder and reverence. Yet we often treat the Land as an object instead of an integral part of ourselves. The Aboriginal people have always known and treasured the wisdom of this Ancient Land and humanity’s vital connection to it.
Would your school or organisation like an opportunity to take a Tour to Places of Worship and learn more about the beliefs, practises and customs of local faith traditions?
Would you like an opportunity to hear a Spirituality Talk from a prominent speaker on topics such as 'Environment & Spirituality', 'Overcoming Fear & Depression', 'Women & Spirituality', 'Mindfullness', 'Christian Mysticism' plus other related topics?