"The CIC is providing a vital service and needs our thoughtful consideration and support."
Nov. 20th — What a great dinner and discussion the Interfaith Mental Health Coalition has put together. RSVP now so you can get some of the tasty Yats food.
Nov. 20th — You'll meet Harlon and Enrique, members of our community, are facing the real threat of deportation, even though they are married.
This year’s program will coincide with Kristallnacht, which will provide an important opportunity to raise awareness for this catalytic event
The Spirit & Place Festival is in full swing. Here are CIC's choices for inter-religious dialogue.
It's finally here, July 31, the final day to vote for the Indy Festival of Faiths as the city's best festival. Let's do this.
Time is running out to vote for the Indy Festival of Faiths as "Best Festival or Art Show" in Indianapolis.
Saint Mary Magdalene has a very special status in the stories of Christianity (and other religious traditions). She has a unique role in Central Indiana, too. you can learn more at the Indy Festival
Anita connects the fundamental truth of Hinduism with the joyful celebration of the Festival of Faiths
June 19th — How effective are prison ministries at addressing mental health problems of prisoners during and after their incarceration?
Sam Kestenbaum, in the Jewish journal Forward, explores the coincidence of Jewish celebration of Shavuot and the Christian celebration of Pentecost. Before reading the article you might take a look at a video from Religion for Breakfast.
One of the cultural transformations of the past decade has been the open embrace of the LGBTQ community by different religious traditions. This will be apparent with the weeks of Indy Pride events.
June 13th — When you "Images from the Border," you'll read the dozens of stories about the meaning of borders. Share yours!
Rev. Holman says, "We don't want the first time a police officer to encounter someone of a different faith to be in the middle of a crisis situation."
It was perhaps the finest interfaith iftar anyone had experienced, thanks to partners in the Jewish and Muslim communities.
Expect celebrities, journalists, on-the-ground humanitarian workers, Jews, Christians, Muslims, and more.