The tour of the Zen Center is at 4:30, everyone is welcome to attend and learn. The discussion afterward is only for the Youth Ambassadors.
This educational opportunity will enlighten youth and adult leaders regarding the various faith traditions of the Scouts in our Council with whom you will interact
As All Souls is majority Boomers, Rev. Anastassia and Nasreen Khan are leading this workshop meant to help our current membership gain skills and understanding in connecting with millennials (those ages 22-37), and welcoming and integrating them into our community.
For six years, CIC’s Annual Interfaith Banquet has been the social event of the season. It’s a chance to celebrate the rich religious diversity of Central Indiana while honoring one of the city’s
One of the initiatives CIC values most highly is our engagement with young people. This Giving Tuesday, you can be part of our work.
The Niagara Foundation organized a Community Youth Forum in the Indiana War Memorial at the 2019 Indy Festival of Faiths. More than fifty young people (of all ages) participated.
One of the most popular events of recent years is back: The Community Youth Forum. Youth from many religious traditions will gather to discuss the most important questions we face, and how we should address them.
Learn about the neurobiology of trauma, adverse childhood experiences' (ACEs) effects on health, and other factors that contribute to the mental health of a young person.
The Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) wants to help new graduates with small grants to turn their interfaith dreams into realities
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.
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.