Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Sacred Space Tour — Al-Huda Foundation

Learn more about Islam

  • April 29Sectarianism in the Middle East. Part of the Mid North Shepherd Center’s Great Decisions series, a talk by Butler professor Fait Muedini
  • May 3 — Understanding Passeth Peace — Don Knebel discusses Islam and Sikhism
  • May 16 — ISNA says: “Meet your neighbor” for an open house

Experts on Islam from CIC’s Speaker Bureau

  • Yaron Ayalon — Ball State professor of history who specializes in the history of the Ottoman Empire
  • Edward Curtis — IUPUI professor who is the county’s leading experts on Islam in America
  • Waseema Ali — Administrative Director at the Tutu Center who speaks abut women and Islam
  • Muzaffar Ahmad — A leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, speaks frequently about Islam, peace-building and human rights

Sunday April 26th
2:00-4:00 pm

Al-Huda Foundation
3350 N. German Church Rd.,
Indianapolis 46235

Al-Huda was founded in 2002 on the Northside by the Al-Huda Foundation, a nonprofit, religious, educational and cultural organization. The mosque moved to Fishers in 2005, when a full-time school was established alongside. Friday prayers draw about 450, including Arabs, Indians, Pakistanis, Africans, Turks and Indonesians.

Please join us in visiting the diverse congregations of Indianapolis. This opportunity will allow you to meet people and learn about the various faiths within our community. Everyone is welcome. The tours will be led by the youth from each congregation. For more information or any questions, please contact Charlie Wiles at charlie@centerforinterfaithcooperation.org

 

Sacred Space Tour

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