Ralph Anderson Interfaith Dialogues

The Ralph Anderson Interfaith Dialogues

For nearly 30 years, the Ralph Anderson Interfaith Dialogue series has given our community a platform to hear one another, learn from one another, and connect with one another. The Interfaith Dialogues educate on specific faiths and practices, as well as offering multi-faith perspectives on some of the world’s most pressing religious, political and social issues. The dialogues embody the council’s goals of interfaith cooperation, sharing religious experiences, and discovering unity while respecting our differences. Dialogues are free and open to the public. Join us!

The next Ralph Anderson Interfaith Dialogue will be “To Stay or Leave Our Religious Tradition: A Conversation with Father Roger Karban and Rev. Bill Sasso,” with discussion to follow. Dr. Dale Bengtson will moderate. For more information contact Ken Starbuck at cubrats@frontier.com or (618) 942-3986. Everyone is welcome.

[Ralph Anderson Interfaith Dialogues – A Short History]

[Past Interfaith Dialogues]

[Upcoming Interfaith Dialogues & Events]