The one Harrison refers to is the one that I mentioned in my previous post. It
was supposed to be 100 but due to the fact the pope was in Washington at the
same time only about 45 came.
As mentioned it was the most poignant and productive open space I have been
involved with. There were some very deeply held beliefs that were discussed
openly. Ecumenists by definition, are folks that should/are open to finding
common ground amongst all the various truisms and universalisms amongst their
various faiths. Although all were Catholic or Protestant, we did have some
Christian scientists and others who hold differing beliefs than the other sects.
Nick, glad to discuss further if helpful.
> On Sep 19, 2016, at 4:30 PM, Harrison Owen via OSList
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Doubtless there multiple experiences… but the last one I heard about was a
> gathering of 100+ for a multi faith / ecumenical gathering sponsored by the
> National Council of Churches. Of course there was also the time that Michael
> Pannwitz and I took on 250 very senior Rabbis and Imams from all over the
> world. Got real exciting, and it all worked.
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> From: OSList [mailto:oslist-boun...@lists.openspacetech.org] On Behalf Of
> Nick Heap via OSList
> Sent: Monday, September 19, 2016 11:49 AM
> To: Open Space List
> Cc: Paul Gateshill
> Subject: [OSList] Open Space and Interfaith
> Hi All
> I was wondering if anyone has used Open Space to facilitate Interfaith
> dialogue. It might be between people of different faiths or between people
> working with those of different faiths (or both). I work with a local
> Interfaith group and we are planning a public meeting for up to 250 people.
> We're at the beginning of thinking about it, so any experience or ideas you
> have would be very useful.
> I've had a quick search of the archive but found nothing relevant.
> Best wishes,
> Nick Heap
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