Interfaith Partnership has set expanding the opportunity for interfaith dialogue as a priority. Rabbi Mark Shook recently invited all in our community to an Interfaith Dialogue Meeting to explore how we create, improve and support interfaith dialogue groups.
Those gathered helped generate a sense of all the different kinds of interfaith dialogue available already in the St. Louis community. One important point became particularly salient: interfaith dialogue is not a one-size-fits-all format. We seek to resource the existing groups and meet the desires of the interfaith community by creating new groups.
To support this endeavor, we will offer a quarterly publication about interfaith dialogue. The first edition is now available here!
You may also be interested in learning about St. Louis’ existing dialogue groups. Those are listed here on the website. If you are part of a dialogue group that is not listed or is listed incorrectly, please email Leslie Heberlie at email@example.com.