Midday Interfaith Dialogues are opportunities for interfaith dialogue on a range of religious and social issue topics. A guest speaker will start with a presentation and discussion continues in small groups.
October 2018 Midday Interfaith Dialogue
The Decline of Christian Churches
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul
1671 Summit Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55105 (View Map)
A Conversation with Jean Hopfensperger, writer for the StarTribune and author of the series on the decline in Christian Churches in Minnesota. Christian churches are declining in Minnesota. Why? How is your community experiencing this decline? What’s to be done about it?
Free and open to people of all faith traditions. Beverages and light refreshments provided; bag lunches welcome. Limited to first 30 to register with firstname.lastname@example.org
See more of our past Midday Interfaith Dialogue topics.
Past Video Recordings
- May 2018: Poor People’s Campaign: An Interfaith Informational Forum (watch video)
- April 2018: Mysticism in the Abrahamic Religions (watch video)
- March 2018: How Are/Could Religious Institutions Respond Effectively to the Challenges of the 21st Century? (watch video)
- November 2017: Offering Effective Public Leadership as a Religious Leader (watch video)
- October 2017: Addressing Gun Violence from Religious Perspectives (watch video)
- February 2017: The Next Generation and the Interfaith Future: Nurturing Deep, Broad, and Open Faith in Youth and Young Adults (watch video)
- March 2017: Sanctuary: Multi-religious Understandings and Actions (watch video)
- April 2017: Eliminating Anti-Judaism from the Christian Story (watch video)
- May 2017: Complex Spiritual Identities in Individuals, Families, and Religious Communities (watch video)