Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Feed the homeless with Fishers Multi-Faith Community for Compassion

The Fishers Multi-Faith Community for Compassion continues to up its game, moving from the pancake house into the community.
Fishers Multi-Faith Community for Compassion at its September 25 launch

Says the Fishers Multi-Faith Community for Compassion:

FMCC's feeds the homeless of Fishers

Wednesday, May 15, 5:30 – 8:30 pm

Fishers United Methodist Church, 9691 East 116th Street, Fishers, Enter Door #4 on the south side of the building.

We are excited for our first FMCC group event! We will be volunteering with Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis to help feed local homeless families.

We are currently seeking volunteers to attend (set up, dine with the families and clean up), food donations and child activity coordinators. Please indicate how you are able to help. If you have any questions, please contact Amira Tahir at amiratahir@hotmail.com or Amy Crell at amycrell@gmail.com.

May's breakfast meeting of FMCC

Thursday May 23, 8:30-9:30 am

The Original Pancake House Fishers
8395 E 116th St, Ste 145, Fishers

This is great news for the community in Fishers, and for the Fishers Multi-Faith Community for Compassion. Since its launch in September last year, FMCC’s monthly breakfast meeting have attracted a core of residents eager to share and converse with people of various religious traditions. (You should attend the next on May 23.)

Taking on service projects such as “Feed the Homeless,” FMCC can deepen its dialogues dramatically. Serving together to help others in need is a great way to learn about others’ beliefs about compassion. If you join FMCC on the 15th, for instance, you’ll learn why compassion and generosity are so important for Muslims during the holy month of Ramadan.

If you do attend, please let CIC know what you thought, and what service projects you think FMCC could consider in the future.

Tags: , , ,

Leave your comment here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.