Beyond Tolerance

2018 Dinner Dialogues -Have you ever wanted to know about another culture, religion or race but were afraid to ask? We have the perfect place for you to learn about people from different cultures, ethnic backgrounds and beliefs in a safe friendly environment.

Beyond Tolerance is hosting another dinner dialogue on February 22, 2018. Dinners are held in host homes with 8-10 dinner participants gathering to share a simple meal and engaging in a moderated dialog. If you have attended before we look forward to you attending again. If this is you first time, welcome to a heart warming and learning experience.

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Beyond Tolerance Sermon

Pastor Alan Stucky

Please take a few moments to watch Pastor Alan Stucky’s “Beyond Tolerance” sermon, pastor of the First Church of the Brethren, Wichita.

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Climate Change Is A Civil Rights Issue, 2:00pm, March 6th

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Peace Pole Project and Dedication Ceremony

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Amazing Faiths Dinner participants enjoying
a meal and discussion together.


• The Amazing Faiths Dinner will no longer be in November. Rather it will take place in February, date has not yet been determined.
• New questions will be developed by religious leaders who have participated in the “Beyond Tolerance” pastor/pulpit exchange this fall. Expect some questions to be centered around racial justice issues.
• The dinners will again be designed to help create common understanding and respect between people of all faith and non-faith traditions. Our dinner activities will include;

- Sit down to an evening meal with 8-10 others of diverse beliefs and traditions.

- Explore matters of faith and spirituality through thoughtfully designed discussions.

- Dinners take place in homes of pre-registered hosts.

- Dinners are moderated by trained leaders who ensure a safe and respectful environment.

Our Featured Story

4th Annual Universal Harmony Concert

Last year’s 2014 concert
First United Methodist Church, 330 N. Broadway

Last year’s concert featured Ustad Ghulam Farid Nizami and the debut of his son, Muhammad Faraz Nizami, playing the sitar in public. Performing with the Nizami’s was Wichita’s very own master organist Brett Valiant of First United Methodist church.

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