Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Savior “Save Yours” DAY

SAVIOR (Save Yours) DAY (Indianapolis, IN) “Our Future, Present and Past is ALL One Destiny: What are YOU Doing to Save Our People”


Imbolc 2020

Imbolc or Imbolg, also called Brigid's Day, is a Gaelic traditional festival marking the beginning of spring. It is held on 1 February, or about halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox.


51st Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration Service

January 20th — Indianapolis has many fine MLK Day celebrations. We think one of the best is an interfaith service at the church where King preached in Indianapolis.


“Let diversity bring us together, rather than drive us apart”

In a time like now, so divided by allegiance to false gods such as money and power, by acts of lovelessness and hatred, and by lines drawn between people according to worldly standards, the truth that we are one human family is desperately needed!


Celebrating Yule & Solstice

We asked CIC board member Ashley Wagner for an explanation of the relation between the pagan celebration of Yule and the celebration of Christmas. As always when asked a question, Ashley illuminates!


“Lessons we can learn from celebration of Hanukkah”

Good friend of CIC Nathan Day Wison has a fine article in the Indy Star about lessons all can learn from Hanukkah.


An auspicious Saka Dawa to Tibetan Buddhists

Saka Dawa is the holiest month for Tibetan Buddhists. Today marks the Enlightenment of the Buddha.


Happy Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday — celebrated this year by Catholics and Protestants on April 14 — is a special day for Christians. Here are five things Christians and non-Christians should know about the day.