Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of many faiths in community

“What Truth Can Set Us Free?” — Dealing with Religious Diversity

May 10th — Similarities and differences in the world’s religions. The fifth and final class in the series "Images of the Divine"

“Understanding Passeth Peace” — Islam and Sikhism

May 3rd — The history, practices and beliefs of Sikhism and Islam — The fourth in the series of Sunday morning classes, "Images of the Divine."

“The Lord is One” — How Christianity Separated from Judaism

April 26th — The origins of the church and divisions between Paul and James over the need to follow Jewish Law. The third in the series "Images of the Divine."

“It’s All in Your Mind” — Buddhism and Jainism

April 19th — History, beliefs and practices of Buddhism and Jainism. The second in the series of Sunday morning classes taught by Don Knebel.

“Round and Round We Go” — Hinduism

April 12th — History, beliefs and practices of Hinduism. The first in the series "Images of the Divine," Sunday morning classes taught by CIC founding board member Don Knebel.

New CIC Board member Ala’a Wafa

New board member of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation Ala’a Wafa is currently Associate Counsel in the Legal Department at Cummins Inc.

Taller de capacitación para Pastores: Sin Murallas y Expuestos al Peligro

Taller de capacitación para Pastores(as) y/o líderes comunitarios titulado:Sin Murallas y Expuestos al Peligro, centrado en Proverbios 25:28.

Syrian Refugee Friendship Feast

Learn what it has means to be driven from your home, and what have been their experiences in Indiana. Find out how we can help these and other families flourish in our community.

Candlelight & prayer remembrance of Chapel Hill murder victims

“Downtown vigil honors Muslim slaying victims,” Indianapolis Star February 16, 2015 Michael Anthony

CIC Board Chair Lindsey Mintz

Lindsey Mintz has stepped into the role of the Board Chair of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation. In her “day job,” Lindsey is the Executive Director of the Jewish Community Relations Council, an agency

Creatively embracing difference

Creatively embracing difference: The Center for Interfaith Cooperation’s First Annual Interfaith Banquet and Concert The night began with a delicious salad, and ended with spontaneous dance. The Center for Interfaith Cooperation held its First Annual Interfaith

Immigrant Refugee Service Corps

The Immigrant & Refugee Service Corps, an AmeriCorps program hosted by CIC, mobilizes community support to increase services to newcomers and others in Central Indiana. IRSC members took the lead in formulating the Ethnic Self-Help

First International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking is tied as the SECOND LARGEST and FASTEST growing criminal industry in the world, producing $150 billion per year. …And it’s HAPPENING IN INDIANA; 100 human trafficking investigations in 2014.

Sign Up for Summer Youth Camp!

Kids engage in fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Korea, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.