Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Faith Hope and Love Community Table Talk

How could partnerships elevate the efficiency and sustainability of food pantries? Faith Hope & Love establishes and strengthens missional food pantries in Central Indiana. Table Talks meet every second Thursday at Krannert Hall in the Interchurch Center. They provide an opportunity to discuss hunger poverty, and what we can do. Lunch is provided.

“Food for Education: Responding to the Migration Crisis in Honduras”

Olga Judith Canelas, a native of Honduras, has worked with Catholic Relief Services in Tegucigalpa since 2012. She currently works with the Food for Education project, which improves the literacy of school-age children by providing student meals and materials, and training for teachers and community members. It also works to improve school infrastructure.

Faith Hope and Love Community Table Talk

This Table Talk (#53) is a Panel Discussion (different format than the usual Table Talk) which includes invocation, introduction about the event and the panelists and, the topics of discussion relating to hunger in colleges, a moderator questions and Q&A from the attendees. Of course, lunch is provided free of charge.

Witch Crafts — Cooking

Come learn about cooking with professional chef Jess Munarolo!

Faith Hope and Love Community Table Talk

We will learn from an organization about some of the untapped resources and tools that are available to the food pantries and their clients.

FHL Table Talk

December 12 — If you're seeking a chance to talk with other people committed to ending food insecurity, you should join the Faith Hope Love Community's Table Talk.

Join the conversation: “System Shift 2019: Food, Faith, and Community”

Come learn more about the logistics as to how the ROCK Fresh Market was created, the innovative approach taken to address supply and demand for healthy fresh food, and their overall commitment of providing food security options for their east Indianapolis neighbors.

Next Faith Hope & Love Community Table Talk

Table Talks provide an opportunity to discuss hunger, poverty, and what we can do. April's topic: "No Cost Benefits."

Food and religious practices

Most people agree that religious cultures are shaped by — and in turn influence — what believers can and cannot eat. Taste what we mean.

What you might have missed not sitting in Ruth Ellen’s backseat

April 28 the Education Subcommittee of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation presented an event, "Cultivating a Lifestyle of Nonviolence." Many who attended called it one of the best CIC events ever

Oh the food we shared at the Interfaith Banquet!

One of the many highlights of CIC's Annual Interfaith Banquets is the dinner. Everyone remarks on how different gastronomic traditions combine to create something delicious and original.