Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Giving Tuesday 2020

The CIC will not be participating in Giving Tuesday this year.  If you would like to donate on #GivingTuesday, we would like to direct you to the great organizations below. To learn more or donate to these


Statement In Support of Cooperative Faiths

In this time when so many are divided by politics and mere perceptions, we seek to lift up and magnify those who work to find common ground, as well as those who celebrate our


Become an IEC AmeriCorps Host Site Today!

Join CIC Program Director Aimee Formo for a very brief presentation on AmeriCorps and the process for becoming a service site.  Potential sites can ask questions or get help devising a service description in


Tune in to WFYI on December 27th at 4PM

The CIC will have a one-hour Interfaith special program! To Know Your Neighbor – Celebrating Religious Diversity in Indiana Did you know that there are over ten unique faith traditions and a myriad of religious denominations


Watch the Festival of Faiths

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnS_sLXEjVshQ9RhzKJVPVw Festival of Faiths The Festival of Faiths is live! We appreciate all of your support and patiently waiting to view the Festival. We would like to thank our Sponsors & Exhibitors, WFYI, and the


Interfaith Digital Dialogue

This summer promises to be like no other. Many of us are staying in our own space, not sure how to venture out. Are you yearning for new connections? Is it time to see the world in new ways?




THE PRACTICE OF ISLAM IN AMERICA BOOK STUDY – A YEAR OF LEARNING, CONNECTION & FUN

13 Thursdays, Jan 7 – Dec 16, 2021, 7-8pm, via zoom, registration required, https://www.stlukesumc.com/page/711?GroupId=102134 Please secure your own book. The Practice of Islam in America, edited by Edward E, Curtis IV, introduces readers to the ways in which


Handbook of Help for Mental Health Now Available Online through Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Mental Health Cluster led by area churches

Led by area churches, the Mental Health Cluster for the Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood followed up the first week of October’s observance of National Mental Illness Awareness Week by announcing that A Handbook of Help for Mental