The Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) wants to help new graduates with small grants to turn their interfaith dreams into realities
"Mental Health is a topic that is close to my heart so when I was approached to create a film around this topic I was all in. Once I was clear on the idea I wrote the script in one night."
For young people, a chance a converse with peers of different religious backgrounds can become an end in itself, more than just a way to get a fine certificate and an activity to list on college applications.
Participants in the May 15 ICMH luncheon had a great discussion with Jenni White, founding director of Trinity Haven. The next luncheon topic: prison ministries.
Center for Interfaith Cooperation & Watch Club's Youth Summer Camp runs July 22-26 & July 29- August 2, 2019, at the Indiana Interchurch Center. Register now, you don't want your kids to miss this unique intercultural opportunity.
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Rwanda and Japan. We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing, swimming, and on nature hikes.
April 10th — For a cohort of teens, spring has been a special experience. They want to tell you why ... come listen and question
George Kelley led a wise and insightful tour of Congregation Beth-El Zedeck, from Torahs to the kosher kitchen being prepared for Pesach (Passover). Meet the Interfaith Youth Ambassadors from the tour on April 12 when they organize the first Interfaith Youth Forum.
“Young people speaking their minds…” These are lyrics from a popular song from the 1960s. But what do they mean today?
Join a lively dialogue of young people of different faiths as well those who seek a deeper sense of spirituality without belonging to organized faiths.