Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Betty Brandt Interview — An episode of The Dynamics of Interfaith

Rachel Koehler interviews Betty Brandt of St. Luke’s UMC and Compassionate Indy, as part of her “The Dynamics of Interfaith” podcast series.

Betty Brandt is involved with the ministry at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, and she discusses how influential travel has been in her faith journey and pursuit of interfaith dialogue. Furthermore, in February the United Methodist Church discussed their policies regarding the LGBTQ community, and Betty highlights St. Luke’s inclusive approach despite any of these rulings. 

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Center for Interfaith Cooperation (CIC), works to create an environment for meaningful engagement and peaceful dialogue between and among a wide variety of faith communities. This podcast seeks to record the stories of CIC Board members representing the Jain, Sikh, Muslim, Jewish, Protestant, Pagan, Church of Latter-day Saints, Buddhist, Ba’haí, Catholic, and Hindu religious traditions. Each individual brings a unique, enriching story, so tune in to begin “de-othering” unfamiliar faith communities.
Music: LXtronic “Run Away (Stay With Me)” ft. Masia

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