He said the dinner groups that meet on Nov. 1 are going to be encouraged to meet again in February.
I attended one of the first Amazing Faiths dinners in 2008 in northwest Oklahoma City and met other Christians as well as Jews and Muslims. The meal was delicious and the discussion, led by a trained facilitator, was illuminating.
I'd like to think that my dinner partners and I got to know each other beyond the boundaries of polite conversation and faith.
Singh said that is the idea.
Sharing a meal together is one of the best ways to get to know someone. Through Amazing Faiths, it also is a good way to learn about your neighbors whose faith is different from your own.