Holi is one of the most popular Hindu festivals around the world. In 2019 it was celebrated March 21. So why are two local organizations celebrating it this weekend?
Ma’ase believes that volunteering is a tool for social and economic mobility and for developing a civil society, a society that advances equal opportunities and values of tolerance and involvement.
April 5th -- Beth-El Zedeck is one of the most influential synagogues in the US ... and has made history for the Jewish religious tradition. Find out why with a tour and Shabbat meal.
Butler University’s Muslim Student Association and the Muslim Alliance of Indiana honors the victims of the tragic event. The goal is to raise awareness that bigotry and hatred are forces that threaten the well-being of our communities today.
The Greater Indianapolis Muslim community is saddened and disheartened by the recent murder of Mustafa Ayoubi, a 32-year old IU Kelley School of Business graduate, devoted son and brother, and loyal friend.
Help newcomers adjust to Indy.
The Center for Interfaith Cooperation has helped organize a special post-play discussion of "Genocide Today: Hear from Survivors of Post-Holocaust Genocides."
If you're not prepared, it can be a nearly surreal experience to drive on German Church Road. Rising from a cornfield on the east side of Indianapolis, the Hindu Temple of Central Indiana is a breathtaking new monument.
This weekend is going to be cold ... but not polar-vortex-cold, so you and your family should go to some special events.
The Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health presents our second event of the Spring 2019 Series: How Faith Communities Become Resources.
Thursday, January 24 at 7:00 pm will see the first New View Film of 2019. Lemon Tree is a sensitive, critically-acclaimed Israeli-produced exploration of relations between Palestinians and Israelis.
January 13th -- We asked Rev. Marilyn Gill, the driver behind this event, what are some reasons why we should attend this choral celebration.
January 16th -- ICMH presents its first event of the Spring 2019 Series: How Faith Communities Become Resources. We think you should attend: here's why.
Join the Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health and Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors for some winter treats and a celebratory event. Why attend?
A Healthcare Open Enrollment Session for families from Burma/Myanmar will help families to find out what insurance or financial assistant programs they qualify for, and to sign up for and enroll in health insurance CIC is one of the participating organizers. We need more volunteers!
A relatively new part of the Thanksgiving tradition is "Giving Tuesday," a national day of generosity that this year is on November 27th. Please consider making a donation to the Center for Interfaith Cooperation this Giving Tuesday.