About 200 were in attendance for Indianapolis’ second public screening of “An American Conscience: Reinhold Niebuhr.” The film explores the life, works, and legacy of a man considered by many to be the greatest
Each week, we will be featuring a different member of the Interfaith Mental Health Coalition. This week we reached out to one of our founding members; Carole Wills.
The Center for Interfaith Cooperation is excited to be a community partner for a seminar series on religion, refugees, and migration, presented by the Butler University Center for Faith and Vocation. The first seminar,
September 14th the New View Film Series, a collaboration between the Center for Interfaith Cooperation and Butler University’s Center for Faith and Vocation and Desmond Tutu Center, screened the film “Sonita.” This documentary tells
CIC board member David Sumner explores how running can be spiritual as well as physical.
Josh Hornberger gains a new perspective on life, death and pagans when he attends a Death Cafe.
"We cannot place the certainty of correctness or the image of unity above the well-being of the vulnerable. We have to expose the violent, shaming, silencing things we do everyday and listen to the survivors who are hurting. Only the radical truth will heal us."
April 18th CIC’s Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps partnered with CTS’s Counselling Center on “Mental Health and Healthy Congregations,” a workshop for Latino pastors. Pastors, community leaders and mental health professionals explored the challenges
IRSC member Lyla Spath, hosted at the Center for interfaith Cooperation, shares the opportunities for service and learning that this AmeriCorps program provides.
April 14th — CIC's IRSC is one of the most innovative AmeriCorps programs around. Find out what makes it special by lunching with members.
April 18th — Taller de capacitación para Pastores(as) y/o líderes comunitarios titulado:Sin Murallas y Expuestos al Peligro, centrado en Proverbios 25:28.
The Immigrant & Refugee Service Corps, an AmeriCorps program hosted by CIC, mobilizes community support to increase services to newcomers and others in Central Indiana. IRSC members took the lead in formulating the Ethnic Self-Help
Damaris Franco is serving at Christian Theological Seminary’s counseling center as an AmeriCorps member for the Center for Interfaith Cooperation's Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps.
Journalist Naomi Schaefer Riley examines why young people are dropping out of the religious traditions they grew up in, and shows how that decline can be reversed, in her new book, Got Religion? How Churches, Mosques, and Synagogues Can Bring Young People Back.
November 14th — Kizito D. Kalima, a Rwandan genocide survivor and a committed speaker on genocide prevention through forgiveness and reconciliation
Through November 2nd — A coalition of faith based and professional service providers are collecting hats, insulated gloves, thermal socks, scarves, and hand warmers.