[Resource] Dinner Dialogue Guide: Restoring Relationships After the 2016 Election

 
Following the 2016 Election season, URI North America and Interfaith Works of Central New York worked together to create a facilitator guide aimed at “Restoring Relationship After the 2016 Election.” This guide is meant to be used over dinner and around a dialogue table with participants of diverse backgrounds and viewpoints. You can view this resource on GoogleDrive by clicking here.

Muncie Interfaith Fellowship Annual Interfaith Dinner

Muncie Interfaith Fellowship Annual Interfaith Dinner

Muncie Interfaith Fellowship Annual Interfaith Dinner

The Muncie Interfaith Fellowship Cooperation Circle had over 90 people attend our annual Community Interfaith Carry-in Dinner. The topic for the evening was “Justice.” We began with opening prayers from the Jewish, Christian and Islamic traditions. Then after everyone enjoyed dinner, individuals representing the Hindu, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Quaker, Muslim and Baha’i traditions presented their sect’s views on “justice.” George Wolfe, who is the chair of the Muncie Interfaith Fellowship, introduced the topic as it relates to Peace Education, and served at the “MC” for the evening event.