All workshops are interactive, and provide hands-on learning opportunities.
That Sunday afternoon workshop was the first time I actually got to sit and talk, heart to heart with an Islamic person in my life and it did change my life.
Sippela Lila Bluestone, Rochester NY
Storytelling to Foster Dialogue
Peace can be a risk because we must compromise, go beyond our comfort zones, and venture into the unknown. Experience the storytelling model Noa developed to help build bridges for peace and dialogue in your community. Learn how listening to and telling the story of “the other” can help break through stereotypes and rhetoric as you find compassion and the possibility of change.
Diverse Voices: Storytelling to Build Community
Explore the power of storytelling as a community-building tool. Discover how the experience of telling and being listened to creates a greater sense of trust and connection within our communities and across cultures.
As a result of this workshop my feeling of responsibility to others is stronger.
Deb Bishop, Rochester New York
What teenage participants in an interfaith workshop say:
“It was really fun to get to know everyone. It was also fun to learn about religions and personal experience.”
“This was really cool! I learned a lot about different religions and I became even more steadfast in my determination to change the world.”
Kansas City, KS 2005