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.
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.
You can be part of a very special event by sponsoring the 5th Annual Interfaith Banquet at Martin University on March 24th.
The 2019 Interfaith Banquet will take place on Sunday March 24 at Martin University, alma mater of the Interfaith Ambassador of the Year, Imam Michael "Mikal" Saahir.
For the past several decades, Imam Saahir is one of the giants of interfaith engagement in Central Indiana. Who could be more deserving of the Interfaith Ambassador of the Year award?
Stop by the Interchurch Gallery before the end of the year to see "Images from the Margin," a powerful collection of various media. Thanks to the exhibit's curator, Rev. Delores Thornton.
congratulate Judge David Shaheed, our next board chair. Judge Shaheed has been leading the "CIC 2.0 initiative," an ambitious effort to prepare CIC for the coming years. In January he will take the chair from Jane Gelhausen.
A Healthcare Open Enrollment Session for families from Burma/Myanmar will help families to find out what insurance or financial assistant programs they qualify for, and to sign up for and enroll in health insurance CIC is one of the participating organizers. We need more volunteers!
The winter holiday season is for many people a time of preserving family traditions. For others, it's an opportunity to explore different religions, try new activities, perhaps even adopt new traditions. Here are some examples of opportunities to experience the holidays that might take you out of your traditional comfort zone.
Wednesday November 28th — The CIC Living Room Dialogue visited All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church to discuss the experience of family life.
December 5th -- Scholars from the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs organize a discussion of different aspects of the high rates of incarceration in Indiana.
The focus of this meaningful pilgrimage is a visit to the National Memorial for Peace and Justice (the Lynching Memorial) and the Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration.
Have you wondered about CIC's AmeriCorps program, the Interfaith Enrichment Corps? Here's a chance to see who serves.
A relatively new part of the Thanksgiving tradition is "Giving Tuesday," a national day of generosity that this year is on November 27th. Please consider making a donation to the Center for Interfaith Cooperation this Giving Tuesday.
CIC joins the Indiana Christian Leadership Conference in an interfaith 50th celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King. We think you should attend the celebration January 21. you should also join the MLK Choir performing at the celebration.
From November 19th to the end of December, "Images from the Margins" will show in the Interchurch Art Gallery. Artworks by members of groups that have been excluded and marginalized. Plus many chances to talk and sing.