From 3:00 pm until 5:00 pm
Interfaith Forum of Greater Dayton / [email protected] +1 937-912-5965
Each member of the interfaith panel will discuss the topic from the perspective of their religion for approximately five minutes. Following the panel discussion we will ask the members of the audience to establish a group of six to eight people who they are meeting for the first time, gather around a table, and share their religion’s approach to community building.
Dine and Discuss: Community building is frequently developed around a communal meal. If you would like to bring a side dish to share, please exclude pork or shellfish. Should you decide to bring a dish that is representative of your religion please be prepared to share information during the ‘table discussion”.
Please bring a list of ingredients in your homemade food for the benefit of those with dietary restrictions. We will place this list in front of the food you brought to share.
This timely topic follows the celebrations and reflections after Dr. Martin Luther King Day when we remember his call to create a beloved community.
Our goal is to create a beloved community and
this will require a qualitative change in our souls
as well as a quantitative change in our lives.
~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.