Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of many faiths in community

Watery music (almost) on the Spiritual Trail

We sought a water-themed day to celebrate peace with song on the spiritual trail and we were not disappointed!

Our prayers for the Jolliff family

One of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation's best friends is Mel Jolliff, who run the Indiana Interchurch Center. Mel was one of CIC's first Board members. On August 8, Mel's father passed away.

Music + Water + Spiritual Trail

August 20th -- a wonderful music experience along the White River and select spots on the Spiritual Trail. Meet new friends, sing along with diverse Indy choir groups, dance to the beat of African drums, or just let it all soak in!

Welcome IRSC + say “good-bye” to refugee art therapy

August 26th -- IRSC is welcoming new members, and saying good-bye to those who are moving on, Come as well for the closing reception for a moving exhibit of REFUGEE STORIES as told through art.

We need more Faryal Khatris!

Even Faryal Khatri was surprised at the vitriol that was directed toward her through Twitter when she spoke at a local Unitarian Universalist church. Her response of love and courage should be a lesson for all of us.

Images of Buddhist tours

On August 6th, over 20 people attended CIC's Sacred Space Tour of the An Lac Temple and Soka Gakkai Buddhist Centre. Visitors learned about the different varieties of Buddhism that have taken root in Indy and marveled at the beautiful art and environment of the temples.

Get ready for the Festival of Faiths!

August 16th -- You've registered your congregation for the Indy Festival of Faiths. Now learn how to make your exhibit stellar at this workshop. (And get your FOF yard signs.)

Interfaith Emergency Preparedness and Security Workshops

Congregations from around Central Indiana are invited by Congressman André Carson and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation to a three part series of workshops

Faryal Khatri featured in Indianapolis Monthly

CIC Board member Faryal Khatri was recently featured in an Indianapolis Monthly article.

Anita Lerche CD release party!

July 27th -- Find out why Denmark's Anita Lerche is one of the world's most popular singers of the music of South Asia.

Yoga & the Spiritual Trail

Sophie Zinn shares her experiences leading a hike along the Spiritual Trail that focused on the practice of yoga.

Seven reasons why you should see “My Fifth Grade Drama Class”

On Sunday July 10, the Athenaeum will be the venue of the world premiere of "My Fifth Grade Drama Class," a play written and directed by Sr. Stella Sabina. Don't miss it!

The Dalai Lama on pilgrimage of compassion

CIC Board member KP Singh reflects on the message of his friend His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Compassion & self-awareness on the Spiritual Trail

The latest walk of the Indy Spiritual Trail, June 25, discussed compassion ... just in time for the talk about compassion by the Dalai Lama later in the day. Felix Rippy reports.

Indy Star on the Dalai Lama’s talk

“Tibetan leader: We can turn tragedy into opportunity,” Indianapolis Star June 26 2016, Sara Salinas

Congratulations to CIC Board member Aarti Shah!

"As a visionary and inspirational leader, Aarti has a proven track record of building strong, flexible and sustainable organizations. She is known for her relentless focus and passion for developing people."