Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Hindu culture in Central Indiana — Is it Revolution or Evolution?

Immigrants to the United States bring their religion, art, and culture with them, but connections to these things change over time. You are invited to listen in as Hindu youth and elders discuss and debate the evolution of their culture in America.


Explore spirituality and religion at Spirit & Place

The Spirit & Place Festival is in full swing. Here are CIC's choices for inter-religious dialogue.


Nov. 5 — Discuss (and act) faith & Science

Did you know this CIC co-sponsored event was nominated for the "Awesomeness Award" by the Spirit and Place Festival?


Who’ll be at the Indy Festival of Faiths? Spirit & Place

Spirit & Place is a catalyst for civic engagement through creative collaborations among the arts, humanities, and religion. They'll be at the Festival of Faiths.


Adventures in Healing: Congregations and Healthy Communities

Panelists from faith-based organizations representing diverse traditions, locations, and identities discuss their response to the changing health care needs in Central Indiana. Hear and share stories about healthcare journeys, the connection to religious values, and learn about local best practices.


Engaging & Celebrating with the Burmese of Central Indiana

Experience the lifestyle and language, the games and folktales, and the dance and desserts of Burma, while learning about the cultural barriers and challenges faced by Burmese refugees.


Beyond Perceptions: Immigration

The culmination of a month-long project that pairs youth artists and foreign-born adults to exchange stories, learn about the topic of immigration, and create art related to these journeys. View artwork created by pairs and hear about their experience in partnership with each other. The evening will also feature art-making activities and videos of the partnership process.


Artists Becoming the New Theologians

November 10th — Local artists and theologians discuss bridge-building between the often disconnected communities of religion and art.