Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of many faiths in community

Check out CIC’s speaker bureau

CIC's Speakers Bureau connects communities in Central Indiana with notable and knowledgeable religious, civic, and academic leaders. We think it's a pretty good line-up.

Art: The Essential Fuel

Klara Zierk reports on an event that spoke to her as a religious studies major and as a human being

Yuval Ron performs

The Yuval Ron Ensemble is coming to Indianapolis January 22 to perform at CIC's Interfaith Banquet & Concert. Get ready for a treat for the eyes, the ears, and the soul.

Women’s Voices from the Middle East

The families of Dina David and Alfan Abdulahad fled Baghdad as refugees. Learn about the many interesting connections shared by Alfan and Dina because of their journey from the Middle East to Indianapolis.

From the All-Faiths Breakfast

CIC Board member KP Singh shared his prayer and images from the All-Faiths Breakfast of November 23rd

“Remembering a Hoosier hero”

Says Charlie Wiles of Abdul Rahman Kassig: "He brought us all together"

Join us at CIC’s First Annual Interfaith Banquet & Concert

Thursday January 22nd — It's the CIC First Annual Interfaith Banquet & Concert. Honor Don Knebel as Interfaith Ambassador of the Year, enjoy internationally renowned musician Yuval Ron. Space is limited so order tickets now.

Religion, Spirituality and the Arts: David Landis – Firefighter and Sculptor

By: Seth Johnson Art has always been on the mind of David Landis. From his time studying at Taylor University years ago to today, the kinetic sculptor’s inventive urges have remained constant. Nevertheless, it hasn’t

CIC Board member Betty Brandt

Betty Brandt is the Director of the Spiritual Life Center at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. They are hosting Celebration of Oneness this Sunday, November 9 beginning at 2pm. Betty’s recent article “Bust Out of

Callie Smith — Art can help bring meaning to faith

"As valuable as interfaith engagement can be for building relationships in a diverse community like Central Indiana, involving the arts opens up even more opportunities for different people to hear and see and understand each other a little better."