Cross Cultural Dinners & Neighbor Nights

Every other week during the school year, Cross Cultural Engagement hosts a free dinner, open to all Baylor students, staff, and faculty that features international cuisines. Cross Cultural Engagement Ministry Associates and student leaders do all the cooking and normally feed anywhere from 100-200 students. Often, they partner with different student organizations or community partners to discuss different cultures and stories from students while sharing a meal of different cultural cuisines around a table with our neighbors. These dinners are a wonderful time of fellowship and delicious food!

Each week alternates between a dinner and a 'neighbor night.' At the dinners, one student or community member shares stories from their life, bringing their culture and experierces to us all through storylistening. During the neighbor nights, a panel of students or community members join us to discuss the similarities and differences across cultures and religions.

Check out the

FALL 2016 Calendar of Events

and come hungry and ready to meet someone new!