The Dialogue Project was born out of a desire to expand our efforts to promote respect and understanding through dialogue, education, and collaboration. Created in October of 2017, The Dialogue Project currently includes three main programs: Dinner Dialogues, Faith in Our City, and Vital Conversations with the Community. The Dialogue Project provides opportunities to learn about Houston’s diverse faith communities, engage with people from diverse backgrounds, share your own experiences and listen to the experiences of others.
Interfaith Ministries’ department of Interfaith Relations and Community Partnerships has been helping our community to learn about each other through programs designed to bring people of different faith traditions and no faith together for dialogue. The goal of The Dialogue Project is to create a deeper understanding of Houston’s religious diversity and help people and organizations navigate the complexities of an increasingly diverse community.
Thank you to the Interfaith Ministries’ Multi-Faith Council, The Eleanor and Frank Freed Foundation, and Bridgeway Capital Management for sponsoring the Interfaith Relations and Community Partnerships’ Dialogue Project.