Sophie Zinn shares her experiences leading a hike along the Spiritual Trail that focused on the practice of yoga.
"As a visionary and inspirational leader, Aarti has a proven track record of building strong, flexible and sustainable organizations. She is known for her relentless focus and passion for developing people."
At 1:00 on September 25 the Dalai Lama will talk about compassion. But even before his talk, the audience can prepare for the talk with a remarkable program of song and dance.
Your congregation or community organization can publicly welcome the Dalai Lama on June 25 in the program booklet for his talk.
For people who have their fill to eat, Ramadan cultivates empathy- it is a reminder of what the less fortunate must feel like, going without food. This sacred month is not only for spiritual cleansing but is also a time for self-assessment and reflection, for focusing inwards, for praying.
January 10th the Children's Museum offered members of the CIC Board a special tour of the "Sacred Journeys" exhibit. All agreed: everyone needs to see this exhibit!
Stop the killing, rally for real living…L.O.V.E: Let our violence end.” Join our Indianapolis interfaith religious community in celebrating Dr. King’s message of compassion, love and non-violence.
Congratulations to CIC founding board chair and inaugural Interfaith Ambassador Don Knebel for the publication of his new book, Flushed with Curiosity 101 Travel Tales with a Twist.
Every week we have many opportunities to learn about, to discuss, and to collaborate to address some of the most important issues facing Central Indiana and the world. Here are some we are especially excited about.
Indianapolis artist KP Singh presents an exhibition of his ink drawings and prints of historic landmarks in Indianapolis and beyond. Singh’s art and words are constant reminders of the collective heritage of human civilization. His passion and commitment to preservation is a celebration of Indiana’s unique and outstanding architectural, artistic and cultural treasures as we get ready to celebrate Indiana's Bicentennial.
In February IUPUI Prof. Ian McIntosh issued a call for papers to be presented at a conference on “Pilgrimage to the Heart of the Sacred,” at Mansfield College in Oxford, UK. Ian reports that
The new Mormon Temple of Indiana is being dedicated in late August. Everyone is welcome to tour the temple July 17 through August 8 (except for Sundays). It's a unique chance for non-Mormons to see inside the temple.
The first Dialogue takes place during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, a time of fasting from sun-up to sun-down.
The word “Iftar” represents sweet relief to a fasting Muslim. It is the culmination of a long day of going without food and water with a delicious variety of treats, juices and dates. It
"The five days rituals are undertaken to endow our temple for bringing about 'Peace': worshipers are endowed with inner peace and harmony, and thus become agents of peace in our world."