CIC director Charlie Wies has an important article in the Indianapolis Star.
At 6:09 pm January 12, Michelle Winkleman and Ben Leslie became the proud parents of Tristan- mother and baby are healthy at resting!
The Carmel Interfaith Alliance honored one Central Indiana's heroes of inter-religious understanding.
CIC's Kat Gagne explains some of the many ways that our modern celebration of Christmas draws from much older pagan practices in northern Europe.
"We'll be charting a new path for the synthesis of theological and leadership education, to prepare a new generation for the challenges of leading the church in the 21st century."
Charlie Wiles reflects on why all of us should make a joyful noise in the mass choir for the 2018 interfaith celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday
"MELA is a Punjabi word; it means a festive gathering of people and families for a celebration with feasting and fun, music and dancing, shopping and trade, learning and exchange. Indy's Festival of Faiths are interfaith Melas that exude that joyful spirit and a pilgrimage to our shared spiritual blessings."
More Indy Festival of Faiths exhibitors than ever were packed into the Indiana War Memorial. See just a few of them.
One of the highlights of of past Festivals has been the Sacred Arts Stage. It's a great way to sample sacred music and dance from around the world.
Please join the Center for Interfaith Cooperation in congratulating Rabbi Dennis and Rabbi Sandy Sasso for being named 2018 Interfaith Ambassadors of the Year. The award will be given at the Annual Interfaith Banquet in the spring.
What did CIC do in 2016? A lot! You can find by downloading our 2016 Annual Report. Thanks to CIC Board member Bruce Garrison for his hard work bringing this into the world.
The fifth annual Indy Festival of Faiths is coming up. Sunday October 15, 1:00-5:00 pm in the Veterans Memorial Plaza downtown. It will be awesome! Food, thousands of participants, music, displays, explorations of “Sacred
You've probably visited the Festival in years gone by. This year, consider registering your church, synagogue, mosque or temple to be an exhibitor at the Festival.
The Indy Festival of Faiths offers a wonderful opportunity for the greater Indianapolis community to learn about, share and celebrate its rich religious diversity. Register now!
Each year on June 20 the United Nations, United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and countless civic groups around the world host World Refugee Day events in order to draw the public’s attention to the
Join the Burmese American Community Institute in fighting hunger and celebrating our rich cultural backgrounds!