November 6th — If you attend only one Spirit & Place event this November (and you should attend more than one), we think it should be Backs Against the Wall, a film and discussion
The Bahá’í Community of Indianapolis invites all to participate in the Bicentenary Celebration of the Birth of The Báb.
Oct. 16th — Pairs of youth and clergy will model healthy, productive conversations about mental health. Youth will ask faith leaders questions, and faith leaders will model how to be a safe space for these kinds of conversations.
Incidents of antisemitism and crimes that are driven by religious hatred are on the rise in Indiana. The killings in Germany are particularly troubling because of killer sought to hunt down a synagogue full of Jews celebrating Yom Kippur.
Oct. 18th — Serious conversation about "death" is considered by many Americans to be morbid, even taboo. Read why 40-some people gathered together April 26th to have a good time talking about the topic
The Niagara Foundation organized a Community Youth Forum in the Indiana War Memorial at the 2019 Indy Festival of Faiths. More than fifty young people (of all ages) participated.
Another tradition at the Indy Festival of Faiths has been Muzaffar Ahmad's selfies. See if you can find yourself in his pictures.
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It's one of the traditions at the Indy Festival of Faiths: The Drumming Circle. Bongo Boy Music School brings a hundred percussion instruments and an enormous amount of energy.
Community members can meet with leading health providers to discuss needs and priorities for neighborhoods, congregations and diverse groups
Ian Mcintosh, the creator of the Indianapolis Spiritual Trail, was very active at the 2019 Indy Festival of Faiths: he helped shape the Procession of Faiths and provided guidance on the Labyrinth. Ian explains what the Spiritual Trail is.
One of the wondrous gifts to the Indy Festival of Faiths is the talents and camera of Pulitzer Prize-winning photo-journalist Bill Foley. Check out his photos. Thanks, Bill!
Our thanks to Rebecca Holloway for putting together her photos from the Indy Festival of Faiths on September 22. And our thanks to all of the fantastic visitors and exhibitors!
One of the stalwarts of the Indy Festival of Faiths has been All Souls Unitarian Church. They're representing this year as well ... with a special guest. But what do you know about what Unitarians believe?
You should come to the Indy Festival of Faiths Sunday, September 22. But we should take a few minutes to prepare in order to have the most meaningful and enjoyable Festival experience of the year.
Members of the Steering Committee met the last time Tuesday, September 17, to make sure everything is in order. They are, thanks to these great people!