CIC board member KP Singh reports on the "Sacred Journeys" exhibit at the Children's Museum (Indy Festival of Faith's partner). KP says: Go!
One of the most memorable aspects of the Indy Festival of Faiths will be the first-rate global and local music and dance performances on the Sacred Arts Stage. What is in store? Take a look ...
This beautiful day of celebration will showcase the diversity of our city in one of the best and most holy ways. It is a day that epitomizes what we want Indy to be and what today Indy is.
During a recent visit to the new Mormon Temple of Indiana, I learned a lot about the Mormon faith. An interesting fact about Mormons is that only practicing Mormons are allowed to enter a
CIC Executive Director Charlie Wiles share his thoughts about the significance of interfaith interaction, and why you should attend the Festival of Faiths August 30.
Several board members of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation wrote this letter to the Carmel Current welcoming the new Mormon Temple.
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.
Hoosiers of all faiths have a chance to come together, learn from one another, and experience some of the physical places that can connect us to the divine. This summer we have several opportunities to be part of unique and special ceremonies and observances.
The word about Center for Interfaith Cooperation (CIC) , its 2015 Festival of Faiths, and about many communities if faiths that make up the cultural and spiritual fabric of Indiana has been spreading
March 26th the board of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation held their quarterly meeting at the Sikh Gurdwara.
Said Prof. Farnsley: "OK, so this was mostly the "Festival of Non-Protestant White People Faiths". I had fun."
Global Indy Scholar Rose Timpe attended the inaugural Festival of Faiths in 2013. She offers this report.
CIC Board member Ruth Ellen Homer reflects on the lecture Mormonism: A Global Religion, by Dr. Matthew Bowman at the Indiana Interchurch Center on July 15th.
K.P. Singh explains why the Festival of Faiths on September 7th is so important to Indianapolis.