Create Dialogue - Resources
When we gather together over a shared meal, it allows us time to learn from one another and find common ground. As leaders, many of our events incorporate food, but how often is it just pizza from the local restaurant, or some other dish that is affordable and easy to deliver? By taking the time to craft meaningful conversation topics and inviting participants to bring a dish that represents their background, dinner dialogues can become fertile ground for building relationships.
Resources For Your Dialogue Toolkit
These resources give any student leader or interfaith group a great start.
Speedfaithing is a short and sweet way to present your religious or philosophical values in a safe space.
A Helpful tool for designing interfaith activities for your campus type.
Facilitate an activity to help find shared values and learn about diverse ideologies and their practices.
Lead interfaith dialogue and conversation around shared values.
Video Explainer - Defining Interfaith Leadership and Religious Pluralism.
Video Explainer Understanding interfaith heroes and becoming an interfaith leader.
Some additional advanced student resources to use in your planning.
Podcast – Learn about how food can be a great way to learn about religious values.
Use this worksheet to understand yourself and your campus better.
A how-to guide in hosting a potluck dialogue where everyone on your campus can bring their own beliefs to the table.
Effectively assess the impact of your hard work with these tools