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.
August 29: Be part of the opening of National Geographic Sacred Journeys at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. August 30: Take part in the third annual Indy Festival of Faiths at Veterans Memorial Plaza downtown from 1–5 p.m.
Nathan Day Wilson, pastor at the First Christian Church in Shelbyville, contributed this article to the Indianapolis Star Sunday, August 9.
Center for Interfaith Cooperation would like to thank all of the sponsors who made Festival of Faiths possible
From NRIInternet.com: The annual Asian Fest, presented by the Asian American Alliance, Inc. (AAAI) at the Indiana State Museum in Downtown Indianapolis on Saturday, June 20 lived up to its billing as a fun and
CIC partnered with graduate students from SPEA to hostone of the first discussions of what Pope Francis’ encyclical on environmentalism, ‘Laudato Si,’ means for Indiana environmental policy, and more than 70 Hoosiers were part of it.
We ask that you please join us in remembering the victims of the tragedy in Charleston by reaching out across faith and ethnic lines to help fight hatred and violence in our own community.
Says CIC Board member KP Singh: JOYOUS CELEBRATIONS, SOLEMN COMMEMORATIONS A momentous week of community events: religious celebrations, commemorations, and historic transitions in central Indiana. The colorful ceremonies attracted over 5,000, among them City and State
The Nationalities Council of Indiana contributed to the 500 Festival Parade with friends from 50 nations who added colorful cultural highlights with native, festive, and traditional costumes.
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
Sikhs and their friends recently celebrated Baisakhi, marking the 316th anniversary of the symbols and values defining the Sikh faith. May 23 will be a cultural celebration
CIC KP Singh put on his pink turban for the 2015 Susan G. Komen Race the Cure, and files this report.
CIC board members Edgar Hopida (of the Islamic Society of North America) and KP Singh lend their brains to the controversy of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act
March 26th the board of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation held their quarterly meeting at the Sikh Gurdwara.
The Center for Interfaith Cooperation Invites You to the Sacred Space Tours Please join us in visiting the diverse congregations of Indianapolis. This opportunity will allow you to meet people and learn about the various faiths within
Don Knebel speaks widely to churches and community groups on a variety of topics related to religions of the world and religious history. You can hear five of his talks in April and May at Second Presbyterian Church.