Leadership Bridge Event 
The South Carolina Dialogue Foundation had a wonderful day at The State House in Columbia on February 27th. We hosted a group of college students from Clemson, Furman, Greenville Technical College, North Greenville University, MUSC, College of Charleston and Allen University read more...

Distinguished Speaker Series 
On Wednesday February 26th, the Greenville SCDF office hosted Dr. Ori Z. Soltes, Goldman Professorial Lecturer in Theology and Fine Arts at Georgetown University Department of Theology, DC He gave a very fascinating lecture on the historical background of Mr.Fethullah Gulen's connection with Sufism, Plato and Plato's critical thinking . read more...

Table of Abraham 
On February 6, forty-one Jews, Christians and Muslims excitedly began a year-long dialogue journey together by participating in the first gathering of their Table of Abraham. The goal of Table of Abraham is to build a relationship of understanding between the three major Abrahamic religions read more...

Dialogue Night Programs
On Tuesday February 4th the Greenville Office hosted Dr Ron Romine as our speaker for our Dialogue Night. All participants received a handout from Dr Romine, A Brief History of Religion and the Constitution. And our Columbia branch hosted a Dialogue night with Dr. David Linnan.He started his informative speech about the origin of the Constitution and the 1st Amendment as it relates to religion: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. read more...

Future Leaders Dialogue Dinners
The Foundation hosted 5 dinners Future Leaders of Dialogue Dinners across South Carolina incorporating over 20 Universities and Colleges. The Students and Faculty came together to discuss the topic of Social Media. Please click "Read More" to see pictures and read about each one.Read more...

Annual Dialogue Dinners
The South Carolina Dialogue Foundation hosted their third annual Dialogue Dinners in September, 2013 This years dinner was themed "Altruism: The Selfless Concern for the Welfare of Others" which coincides with the Year of Altruism Movement throughout South Carolina. Read more...

Distinguished Speaker Series          The South Carolina Dialogue Foundation hosted its Distinguished Speaker Series on September 16-18 in Charleston, Clemson, Columbia and Greenville respectively.Speaker Dr. Dogan Koc, Executive Director of the Gulen Institute at the University of Houston, delivered his lecture... Read more...

Whirling Dervishes of Rumi           The Whirling Dervishes of Rumi finished up their South Carolina Performances with their last performance held at Furman University's McAlister's Auditorum, It was a great evening with a great turnout, over 1,200 people attended in three cities, for such a wonderful performance of Sufi Music, Calligraphy and...Read more...

Turkish Cooking Class                     The South Carolina Dialogue Foundation's Greenville Office hosted it's first Turkish Cooking Class, teaching the Turkish way of makin Humus.... Read more...

Thanksgiving Programs
This year the Foundation hosted 2 thanksgiving programs; Thanksgiving in Abrahamic Religions, Greenville SC and Reflections on Thanksgiving, Columbia SC. The Panels consisted of speakers that did a wonderful job discussing what Thanksgiving meant to them and their faith/organization. read more...

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