In 2020, the Indy Festival of Faiths is going virtual. September 13th will mark the first time the Festival has been held online. This year's theme is Celebrating Faithfully. We promise: it will be awesome!
Wesley is serving at UNITE INDY; working with churches and ministries to develop capacity and new connections.
How do we do “Sabbath?” And what is “Sabbath” anyway? Sabbath is sacred intentional time we take for rest and returning to our core. During this session, we will talk more about what Sabbath means, why we need it, and provide tools to build your own Sabbath!
The Carmel Interfaith Alliance drafted this pastoral letter regarding the COVID-19 lockdown, and invited toher relgious leaders to sign it. CIC's board was well-represented among the signatories.
We’ve asked members of the Interfaith Enrichment Corps how they are serving remotely during the lockdown. Some share the spiritual resources on which they are drawing. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the
We've asked members of the Interfaith Enrichment Corps how they are serving remotely during the lockdown. Some share the spiritual resources on which they are drawing.
One of the many, many casualties of the current public health crisis is the Interfaith Service Corps, the AmeriCorps program CIC ruuns. Members continue to serve their hosts, albeit remotely.
“Death Cafés are a “social franchise” where we gather to eat cake, drink tea, and “civilly” discuss death.” CIC and the Indiana Pagan Community and Outreach Dialogue ask you to join us in thought-provoking discussions about the topic of death.
Be part of a cohort of artists, religious leaders, religious communities, humanities experts, and a broad range of publics from diverse backgrounds and disciplinary perspectives for sustained study, analysis, and discussion of religious texts in a classroom environment.
In these difficult days, the Center for Interfaith Cooperation turns to our Interfaith Ambassadors for inspiration. Rabbi Sandy Sasso shares a Jewish legend of Adam and Eve first experiencing the darkness.
Thanks to Ray Mills Media for producing this video first shown at the 6th Annual Interfaith Banquet, March 8, 2020.
Summer Youth Camp will be different than previous camps. Our goal is to "make the new better."
CIC board member Tony Wiederhold (aka Indy Community Yoga) has upped his game by going virtual. If you haven't connected with Tony, yet, here are some great opportunities.
We're looking for new members of the CIC family. If this job piques your interest and inspires your passions, you should also answer this question: “What experience or qualities do you have that uniquely qualify you for this position?”
This message comes from good friend of CIC, Gurinder Singh.
Over the past several weeks, we have seen the best of the American people – from doctors and nurses working tirelessly to help our neighbors recover from COVID-19 to individuals staying home to help slow the spread.