November 15 — Interfaith cohort from Eli Lilly at Masjid al-Fajr The Center for Interfaith Cooperation is organizing multi-faith cohorts of people to spend a half dozen or more sessions learning about different faiths and
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The 7th Annual Indy Festival of Faiths was a 'Sangam' (confluence) of many cultures and religious traditions.
Shinrin-yoku or Forest Bathing was developed in Japan during the 1980s and is said to have become a cornerstone of preventive health care and healing in Japanese medicine.
CIC board members, former board members, and good friends led a lively discussion of religious diversity at Eli Lilly.
The goal of faith-related training sessions is to get that dialogue started. Religious leaders offer an overview of what police officers should know about their faith groups and leave lots of time for additional questions.
Maybe Rev. Nathan Day Wilson will bring us to #Switzerland to hear his talk. Or maybe we can convince him to explain it to us when he gets back to Indy.
CIC board member Patricia Holman, Staff Chaplain of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, invites the community
Muslims are facing various forms of discriminatory treatment in U.S. prisons. Muslim prisoners struggle to keep even the most basic religious practices while in prison, which is a direct violation of these individuals' religious freedoms.
"Awareness is a good starting point to make changes and progress. Hope you can join us at one or more events during the Hunger Awareness Week. "
It's one of the most popular and thought-provoking film series in town. This year, expect some new special features.
As is tradition, Indy Black Expo kicks off with an ecumenical worship service and a performance of the City-wide Ecumenical Choir.
The city of Fishers wants to make the encouragement of multi-faith groups part of its identity. You can be part of the discussion of how to do this.
Learn about yoga from Zen Buddhist and CIC board member Tony Wiederhold.
The Indy Festival of Faiths couldn’t happen without the generosity of our volunteers.