Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Thursday evening — Solidarity Vigil & Interfaith Prayer for Sri Lanka

Please join this important interfaith vigil and memorial service


Faryal Khatri helps get the word out: Love Your Neighbor!

Thanks to CIC board member Faryal Khatri, who has been working with Good Samaritan Episcopal Church to make sure the world knows what a welcoming city Brownsburg IN is.


Crossroads Coffee Night — Ramadan and Eid celebrations

April 26th — Have you ever been curious about Muslim's holy month of Ramadan, but haven't know who or how to ask? Here's an excellent way.


Three (civil) religious celebrations of Earth Day

April 22nd was Earth Day. Three celebrations this week could show the relation between organized religion and Earth Day (as well as tell you where to have a good time with your family).


Solidarity Vigil and Interfaith Prayer for Sri Lanka

April 25th — The Muslim Alliance of Indiana, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese, and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation invite everyone to come together as we stand with and pray for the victims and people in Sri Lanka.


Join the conversation: “System Shift 2019: Food, Faith, and Community”

Come learn more about the logistics as to how the ROCK Fresh Market was created, the innovative approach taken to address supply and demand for healthy fresh food, and their overall commitment of providing food security options for their east Indianapolis neighbors.


Governor Holcomb honors Hoosier Sikhs with historic proclamation

"Whether he's a Sikh or not. Be part of the community where you live. And be good, loyal, trusted partner," said Singh.


Interfaith Enrichment Corps cleans up

CIC's AmeriCorps program, the Interfaith Enrichment Corps, did an Earth Day of service April 22nd at the Crooked Creek Center. It was organized by St. Vincent ACTS.


Save the Date for CIC’s Summer Youth Camp: July 22-26, July 29 – August 2

Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Rwanda and Japan. We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing, swimming, and on nature hikes.


Use What You’ve Got Prison Ministry — A driving force for families

By providing transportation, Use What You’ve Got Prison Ministry (UWYGPM) affords families with incarcerated members the ability to maintain crucial connections during the incarceration of their loved ones. To propel the fragile family unit from a state of hopelessness to optimism is UWYGPM ultimate's goal.


German language Good Friday service

Return to the days of Indianapolis before Kurt Vonnegut when yu attend the German language Good Friday service at Zion Evangelical United Church of Christ


Blessed Maundy Thursday

Today many Christians celebrate Maundy Thursday (also known as Holy Thursday, Covenant Thursday, Great and Holy Thursday, Sheer Thursday, and Thursday of Mysteries, among other names).


Tell us your story

CIC's partner, the Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors (COIN) has an art exhibit opening May 10: "Images from the Border: Here and There." They invite us all to take part.


Rules of the game for Indy’s Death Café

What to expect at April 26th's Death Café (and how it might change the way you're living)


“Images from the Border” — It’s more than a cool poster

Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors presents Images from the Border: Here and There, which will feature multiple displays that bring visual, tangible, and experiential elements of the migrant experience on America's southern border to people of Central Indiana.


Gender and Religion: Picking up the Pieces

It's part of the increasing amount of religious programming offered by Indy Pride this year.