CIC board member Anita Joshi invites us to help pass new legislation to make Indiana better
February 20th ICMH hosted its second monthly luncheon, part of the series about How and When to Refer: Mental Health Crises.
Maria Pimentel-Gannon is going with her husband. She's one of the interpreters. Asked why she wanted to go, Pimentel-Gannon got choked up and said, "I have two kids...I can't imagine being separated, being kept from them and not being able to do whatever I could" to help them.
One of the most popular booths at the 2018 Indy Festival of Faiths was "Indiana Sisters Making a Difference." Sisters Anitha and Vani Sharma provided henna artistry in order to raise funds for an orphanage
One of the least prepossessing places of worship in Central Indiana also happens to be one of the most important. Masjid Al Mumineenon the northeastside of Indianapolis may not look impressive, but it makes an enormous difference in its neighborhood.
A description of Nur Allah Islamic Center, along with copies of recent letters to the masjid recognizing how important it is to the neighborhood.
This message comes from CIC's good friend, Mastora Bakhiet, founder of the Darfur Women Network.
Please join CIC in welcoming to our board member, Imam Ahmed Alamine.
Say “hello” to Tony Wiederhold, a Zen Buddhist who works for Eli Lilly. He is inspired by: “Avoid doing cruel acts. Do things that promote healing. Keep your mind clean. These are the teachings of
In a time where it’s not hard to look around and see division, more than 350 Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Christians, and people of other faiths joined together in a common vision to support and
congratulate Judge David Shaheed, our next board chair. Judge Shaheed has been leading the "CIC 2.0 initiative," an ambitious effort to prepare CIC for the coming years. In January he will take the chair from Jane Gelhausen.
Have you wondered about CIC's AmeriCorps program, the Interfaith Enrichment Corps? Here's a chance to see who serves.
The choice for Christians this Advent is clear—to wake up to the coming of Christ in the faces of those in need or to stay asleep in our self-satisfaction.
Serve Indiana’s ‘Awards for Excellence’ ceremony recognized CIC AmeriCorps alum Katie Sutton for her service with Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors. Congratulations from CIC and Katie’s AmeriCorps cohort!
This November attend inspiring fundraising dinners, learn about philanthropy, and discover ways to help victims of trauma.
"The problem is: when you have 700,000 people in about 3,000 acres, the population density makes it really hard to go in and say, 'I need 100 square meters to build a hospital.'"