Interfaith Public Statement for Peace & UnityTuesday, January 19, 2021 We, members of diverse faith traditions that call Indiana home, come together to share a message of hope, a message of hope through unity. We fully
CIC is seeking individuals who represent the diverse faith traditions in central Indiana to participate in dialogues and other programs as panelists, speakers, or moderators. Interested individuals can complete the form to volunteer, and register
Sunday, March 21st at
Incredulous doesn’t seem to capture what we have witnessed over the past few days. It seems more important than ever for us to maintain steady support for pluralism and a message of hope that
Below is a link to To Know Your Neighbor: Celebrating Religious Diversity in Central Indiana.
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
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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
Are you yearning for new connections? Is it time to see the world in new ways? Would you like to increase your understanding of other faiths and cultures?
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day is observed each year on the third Monday in January as “a day on, not a day off,” MLK Day is the only federal holiday designated as a
Join us for the last in our Winter Holiday Program Series as we learn about the Buddhist holiday, Bodhi Day with CIC Board Member Tony Wiederhold! Tuesday January 19th at 6:30
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