Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Join the Interfaith Youth Ambassadors

Youth from local high schools and universities can apply through their school to meet the members of their community, learn about other faith traditions, and converse with a diverse group of people.

What the NYT thinks about “Lemon Tree”

Thursday, January 24 at 7:00 pm will see the first New View Film of 2019. Lemon Tree is a sensitive, critically-acclaimed Israeli-produced exploration of relations between Palestinians and Israelis.

50th anniversary of MLK, and more celebrations

Four years ago, ICLC invited the Center for Interfaith Cooperation and Nur-Allah Islamic Center to help make this celebration truly interfaith.

The Book of Mormon and more educational opportunities

Ruth Ellen Homer's talk about "The Book of Mormon" is not your only chance to increase your religious literacy -- your knowledge of the beliefs and practices of different faiths and traditions.

Tony Wiederhold, one of CIC’s new board members

Say “hello” to Tony Wiederhold, a Zen Buddhist who works for Eli Lilly. He is inspired by: “Avoid doing cruel acts. Do things that promote healing. Keep your mind clean. These are the teachings of

Chances to explore mental health and wellness

If you are lucky, you were able to attend the Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health’s final event of 2018, “Flourish.” It was a chance to reflect on the ICMH’s achievements in 2018, and to

Why it’s important to attend the choral celebration of MLK

January 13th -- We asked Rev. Marilyn Gill, the driver behind this event, what are some reasons why we should attend this choral celebration.

Join CIC AmeriCorps

Enrich the community efforts of faith groups by building an intercultural network that supports vitality of individuals and congregations.

5 reasons to attend the next ICMH luncheon

January 16th -- ICMH presents its first event of the Spring 2019 Series: How Faith Communities Become Resources. We think you should attend: here's why.

4 reasons you should attend “Flourish:

Join the Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health and Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors for some winter treats and a celebratory event. Why attend?

Getting to Know Our Neighbors in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

A couple of opportunities to discuss with and learn from members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

“Muslim-Christian service at Indianapolis church ‘doesn’t happen anywhere else'”

For the second year, St. Philip Neri Catholic Church hosted Muslims and others for an interfaith prayer service.

2018 Interfaith Build Dedication

In a time where it’s not hard to look around and see division, more than 350 Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Christians, and people of other faiths joined together in a common vision to support and

20 years of interfaith dialogue at Shapiro’s deli

A story about the Christian-Muslim dialogue group, Focolare. 2019 Interfaith Ambassador of the Year Imam Saahir and CIC board chair Judge David Shahid have been leaders of the Indianapolis chapter.

The Fifth Annual Interfaith Banquet (plus past Banquets)

2019's Interfaith Ambassador will be Imam Michael "Mikal" Saahir. The Banquet will take place at Martin University on Sunday March 24, starting at 5:00 pm. Tickets will be on sale January 21.

Fifth Annual Interfaith Banquet, honoring Imam Saahir

Followers of diverse faith backgrounds will come together on Sunday March 24, 2019, to share fellowship and entertainment at the 5th Annual Interfaith Banquet. The event will honor Imam Michael "Mikal" Saahir.