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.
From November 19th to the end of December, "Images from the Margins" will show in the Interchurch Art Gallery. Artworks by members of groups that have been excluded and marginalized. Plus many chances to talk and sing.
We'll have more Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health events in 2019. In the meantime, here are some more upcoming discussions you may want to attend.
October 17th — The talk with scholar-adventurer Douglas Wissing on how Shapiro's Deli has shaped and been shaped by the evolving Jewish community has to be postponed. Stay tuned for the new date, it will be a great event.
Look at all the new friends you can meet at the Indy Festival of Faiths on October 14!
The Indy Festival of Faiths is just hours away. October 14, please join us at the Veterans Memorial Plaza and the Indiana War Memorial for a day of celebration, dialogue, education and compassion. See what's happening and where.
Indy’s Festival of Faiths invites all religions By Imam Michael “Mikal” Saahir September 28, 2018 Those who believe (in the Qur’an), and those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Christians and the Sabians,- any who believe
In Blessed Are the Crazy: Breaking the Silence about Mental Illness, Family, and Church, Sarah Griffith Lund looks back at her father’s battle with bipolar disorder
October 12th — CIC and the Indiana Pagan Community Outreach & Dialogue invites you to eat cake, drink tea, and talk about death civilly … because increased awareness of death means a more fulfilling life.
"The interfaith community in Indianapolis is strong and growing, but there is still room for you."