February 5th — Many CIC friends and board members will be on a multi-religious panel to discuss how the illuminated St. John's Bible speaks to their religious traditions. Here are some questions you can expect them to answer.
January 28th — From the office to the hospital room, the benefits of mindfulness have been scientifically proven. In this session, we learn about various efforts to improve the lives of inmates through the practice of meditation.
Let's assume you've ordered your Banquet tickets (or better yet, have chosen to be a sponsor). Now you want to give your friends a chance to share the experience. How best to invite them to this opportunity?
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A New View Film Series — a partnership between the Center for Interfaith Cooperation and Butler University's Center for Faith and Vocation — journeys outside everyday life to explore new worldviews through films.
Brittany is a senior political science and religion major at Butler University. She's the newest member of Team CIC.
March 8 — All five of poast Annual Interfaith Banquets have sold out. Don't be left out of the celebration — order your tickets now.
January 28th — An award-winning documentary about one of the most influential theologians and mystics of the 20th century. Here's why you shouldn't miss watching it.
The Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health (ICMH) is a partnership between the Center for Interfaith Cooperation and the National Alliance on Mental Illness — Indiana. Its mission is to empower faith leaders to improve the lives of people and families affected by mental health conditions.
Human Trafficking Awareness Day was implemented to raise awareness among Americans that human trafficking does not just happen in other countries, but in states and communities across the United States – a fact some still struggle to recognize.
The recent string of attacks on members of the Jewish community in New York and New Jersey are more than disturbing. They call us to act.
January 10th — In countries where Mahayana Buddhism is the most dominant religion, January is the month of celebration.
Hamilton was elected to the Indiana State Legislature in 2016 to represent Indy’s north side, House District 87. Carey is also a nonprofit executive and has worked in the environmental field for 20+ years. During that time, she has managed several policy development initiatives and public outreach programs.
January 20th — Indianapolis has many fine MLK Day celebrations. We think one of the best is an interfaith service at the church where King preached in Indianapolis.
The Hoosier Renaissance Woman, Rev. Delores Thornton, has a new accomplishment to add to her list: she is the writer, director, and producer of a movie. Where’s why you should see Airing Dirty Linen.
January 23rd — We are in for a special treat when A New View film series screens "The Many Storeys and Last Days of Thomas Merton" followed by a discussion with director Morgan Atkinson