To build an inclusive and welcoming community for all citizens of Halton through education.


To promote greater awareness, understanding and respect amongst all people of our increasingly diverse community.


(hosted by the Halton Multicultural Council)


Friday, June 28th – 4pm to 8pm


Milton Sports Centre off Derry just west of Ontario St./Reg Rd. 25.


Family FUN activities, food, live performances, information booths and more. InterFaith Council has a booth too! Look forward to seeing you!

Celebrating FAITH and CULTURE


Monday, August 5th (CIVIC HOLIDAY), 12pm – 4pm


Central Park Bandshell, 2331 New Street at Drury Lane, Burlington
(on New Street just west of the Guelph Line)


Live performances (at the bandshell), plus a BBQ, ethnic cuisine, free food, faith and community booths, and family activities (south of the Bandshell) . For more information visit  oneburlington.net,  Instagram @OneBurlington,  Twitter @OneBurlington.


Religious groups in Halton join hands to sponsor Syrian

Christians, Jews and Muslims don’t always share a common cause, especially in the Middle East…

YIELD Program

Youth Interfaith Education Leadership Development Program

It is our hope that students will learn about and celebrate the diversity of our community, and …

The Golden Rule

The Golden Rule

The Golden Rule of treating others the way we would like to be treated, which is shared by all religions, is a primary example that demonstrates this principle.

First Interfaith Peace Camp in Halton a big success

During the inaugural session of the Halton Interfaith Peace camp, which took place in Oakville from July 9-13, 2018, campers came to Shaarei-Beth El synagogue to learn about Judaism.

The Interfaith council of Halton has in its mission the goal of bringing people of different faiths together for education and fellowship, but it was even more important after the shooting at a mosque in Quebec in January of 2017.