A council of religious, business, civic and academic leaders that works to anchor support for interfaith dialogue into the institutional structures of the region.

The Council seeks broadbased support for interfaith dialogue in the community.

Participants with the Council on Dialogue have the additional opportunity of learning in dialogue with each other, and then taking the benefits of that dialogue into the various parts of the community in which they live and work.

A special function of the Council on Dialogue is also to serve as a bridge between the study of religion in the academic world and religious life in the larger society.

If you wish to support of participate in The Council on Dialogue please contact us.