If you're a festival fan, this has probably been a busy summer. The Indy Festival of Faiths is not the only festival in September to encourage spiritual education (as well as delicious food).
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Festivals of Faiths don't organize themselves. Without this group of committed and dedicated volunteers, the coming of the Festival on September 22 might be bleak.
Come to the Indy Festival of Faiths early so you can be part of the traditional opening: the Drumming Circle.
It's finally here, July 31, the final day to vote for the Indy Festival of Faiths as the city's best festival. Let's do this.
A stalwart of past Festivals is the Dwelling Place, a Christian community that seeks to integrate Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox practices in their worship. How does the Dwelling Place live the theme of this year's Festival, "Embracing religious diversity"?
There are only a few more days to vote for the Festival of Faiths to be named "The Best Festival or Art Show in Indianapolis." If you haven't voted yet, get on your horse and ride to the nearest polling place (your computer or other devices).
We're looking for testimonials of past Indy Festivals of Faith. Please share yours!
Do you like setting things up and taking things down? How about nuts and/or bolts? If the answer is "yes," you are in for a treat! Sept. 22nd's Festival of Faiths needs volunteers to help set up the event, help out during the event, and clean up after.
September 22nd will see this year's Indy Festival of Faiths, one of the great days of the year. It doesn't happen without the generosity of our sponsors. Join us!
It's free, it's fun, and we don't you to forget about it!
The Indy Festival of Faiths couldn’t happen without the generosity of our volunteers.
What a difference a day makes. If you register your group to exhibit at the Indy Festival of Faiths before August 10, it will cost $75. Register after August 10, it will cost $100.
The second annual Indy Festival of Faiths September 7, 2014, was bigger and more ambitious than the year before. Register for 2019's Festival now!
The first Indy Festival of Faiths on October 13, 2013, was a huge success. It set a model for all Festivals that have followed.
Natalie Hoefer discusses what Catholics seek to achieve with interfaith and ecumenical engagement.