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Join the dialogue. Change your life. Transform the world.

People of all faiths and no faith, all spiritualities and philosophies gather in small groups to share a meal and participate in a moderated discussion using a proven model, evoking deep exchanges about lived experiences and the role of faith or spirituality in their lives. Through exploration and dialogue, participants learn about the beliefs and traditions of others within an atmosphere of respect and understanding, and are empowered to stand as witnesses for tolerance.

Since 2011, The Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee has piloted Amazing Faiths Dinner Dialogues with great success. From summer 2013 through spring 2014, a generous grant from the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee enabled the Interfaith Conference to expand the program. Read the About Page and History Page to learn more. You can also see the Amazing Faiths Facebook page for information in the Amazing Faiths community! Click here to Subscribe to our email newsletter. And, click the following links for a brochure or flyer.

For more information, contact Jenni or Tom at or 414-276-9050.

You're Invited!
Upcoming Amazing Faiths Dinner Dialogues

September 7 -- 6-9 p.m., St. Francis
September 14 -- 6-9 p.m., Elm Grove
October 15 -- 4-7 p.m., Milwaukee
October 26 -- 6-9 p.m., Racine
November 14 -- 6-9 p.m., Shorewood

If you are interested in participating, please fill out the one-page Dialogue Participant Information Form for each participant. We will follow up with you shortly after your information has been received.

Be trained as a Volunteer Dinner Dialogue Moderator

(Check back for upcoming trainings)

Moderators are trained to facilitate the proven Dinner Dialogue model developed at Rice University, which involves appreciative listening and cards with thought-provoking questions about the broad themes present in nearly all faith traditions and world views. Moderators ensure that people feel safe in the intimate Dinner Dialogue setting so that they feel comfortable sharing life experience with others. Trainees need not have attended a dinner in order to attend training, but will need to attend a dinner prior to moderating.

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