Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of many faiths in community

100,000 Acts of Compassion and the Dalai Lama

John Clark, “A Challenge for Indianapolis: 100,000 Acts of Compassion,” Indianapolis Star June 23

God and Government

A Panel of Faith Leaders on Church State issues with an introduction by Rev. Barry Lynn, Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Register for the 2016 Indy Festival of Faiths!

You can register for the Indy Festival of Faiths on September 18. It's the intercultural and spiritual event of the season, sign up now!

MAI’s Rima Khan-Shahid on Orlando Nightclub Mass Shooting

Shortly after the tragic shooting of 49 people in Orlando, Rima Khan-Shahid spoke at a service organized by Indy

OBAT Helpers and the meaning of Ramadan

Saima Hassan of OBAT Helpers explains why Ramadan is so important. Join Saima for a special iftar June 18th

An interfaith iftar for compassion

The Interchurch Center was the scene for a very special event organized by OBAT Helpers and students from the School for Public & Environmental Affairs.

Faustin Ntala on Muhammad Ali in Louisville

Faustin has a special connection with Muhammad Ali, so he drove with his children to Louisville so they could pay their respects to The Greatest.

Interfaith Memorial for Muhammad Ali

June 10th: Don't miss this opportunity to pay tribute to Muhammad Ali, a great American who helped redefine our understanding of faith and service.

Register for CIC’s Summer Youth Camp!

Enjoy a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Uganda, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan. Learn golf and chess from pros, explore Indianapolis Museum of Art’s outdoor park, tour Butler University and participate in fishing, excursion, swimming and nature hikes.

Get ready for 100,000 acts of compassion

Compassionate Indy has begun a Twitter campaign to collect 100,000 random acts of kindness.

It’s the Afrocentric event of the summer

African Wings of Hope in Indy is a community of several groups of the African Diaspora in Central Indiana. They are generously sharing the very best of the cultures of Liberia, Zimbabwe, Uganda, the Caribbean, and more.

Participate in a survey about religious beliefs and tolerance

Prof. Chad Bauman of Butler University would like all of us to participate in a research project about religious beliefs and inter-religious tolerance

Meet CIC intern Sophie Zinn

Elon University student Sophie Zinn is going to be an intern at CIC this summer. Learn more about Sophie.

Celebrate World Refugee Day with a day of service … it’s kid-friendly!

Center for Interfaith Cooperation and the Immigrant & Refugee Service Corps are excited to once again co-host a World Refugee Day service event with the Burmese American Community Institute and Indy Urban Acres.

Apply for the Immigrant & Refugee Service Corps

Through June you can apply to join the Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps, which cultivates a healthier and more welcoming Indianapolis with AmeriCorps placements at social service agencies, religious communities, and other nonprofits.

Tendayi Bwititi reports on fundraising planning seminar

IRSC member Tendayi Bwititi attended a seminar at the Central Library. Organizations have never developed a fundraising plan or calendar were invited to this overview of the process of strategically thinking through the components of