Stay tuned for details about the 2014 Dinner Dialogues…

Gathering in homes of volunteer hosts who offer a meal and hospitality, participants of many and different faiths engage in groups of eight to ten in relaxed, friendly, and facilitated conversation. People of any faith or spiritual tradition – and also those who do not identify with any particular tradition – are encouraged to participate, as each person in conversation respects the dignity of others and seeks understanding.

Rajinder Bains, Dinner Dialogues Planning Committee Chair, characterizes the program this way: “The Dinner Dialogues are not a way of promoting our faith, or defending our faith, or even about comparing faiths, but an opportunity to deepen respect for others as we learn how each of our faiths has been a source of guidance and inspiration.”

There is no cost to take part in a Dinner Dialogue. Shortly before the event registrants will be contacted by the host with directions to their home. Local area travelling preferences or restrictions, and any special meal needs, will be accommodated.

 


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