CIC Board chair Lindsey Mintz of the Jewish Community Relations Council and Rima Shahid of the Muslim Alliance of Indiana shared their perspectives about how to reduce religious and other tensions in Central Indiana.
Participants in the 2016 Indy Festival of Faiths are curious about some of the new groups what exhibited. Carl Krockenberger shares this history of The Way International.
August 24th: The Center for Interfaith Cooperation hosted the first of a series of workshops on congregation’s emergency preparedness, organized by the Center for Interfaith Cooperation and Congressman Andre Carson’s office.
CIC Board vice-chair Jane Gehlhausen shared what she thinks exhibitors at the Indy Festival of Faiths can do to give their exhibit the "4 E's": educational, energetic, engaging, experiential.
CIC Board member KP Singh reflects on the message of his friend His Holiness the Dalai Lama
The Center for Interfaith Cooperation invites all to follow up conversations begun during the Dalai Lama's visit with a tour of Central Indiana Buddhist centers in August
Shortly after the tragic shooting of 49 people in Orlando, Rima Khan-Shahid spoke at a service organized by Indy
Faustin has a special connection with Muhammad Ali, so he drove with his children to Louisville so they could pay their respects to The Greatest.
Prof. Chad Bauman of Butler University would like all of us to participate in a research project about religious beliefs and inter-religious tolerance
May 19th the Center for Interfaith Cooperation's very popular Living Room Dialogue program met in the home of Salim and Paula Najjar, members of the St. George Orthodox Church. Leading a discussion of the beliefs and practices of the Orthodox Christian Church was the Very Rev. Nabil Hanna of St. George. Fr. Nabil shared some of his notes
April 17th -- CIC's Sister Stella Sabina and Charlie Wiles were participants in a remarkable celebration of the beauty and urgency of water.
Groups who express His Holiness’ vision of a more compassionate, inclusive world are invited to purchase tickets in a reserved seating area on the floor of the Coliseum in front of the stage. Those tickets are $35 and come in groups of 12.
Five Syrian refugee families accepted money donated at the "Beauty in Dark Times" event ... a sign that Hoosiers are eager to welcome them to Indiana.
CIC Board member Ruth Ellen Homer reports on the Living Room Dialogue she hosted February 18th
Indian-born and former student of Arts College in Sector 10, Chandigarh, Indianapolis-based renowned artist Kanwal Prakash Singh was conferred with the prestigious CIC Interfaith Ambassador of the Year 2016 Award ... hometown boy makes good!
Hardarshan Singh Valia, one of the world's most respected coal scientists, attended the Center for Interfaith Cooperation's 2nd Interfaith Banquet. Dr. Valia reflects on the significance of KP Singh being named the Interfaith Ambassador of the Year: