Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of many faiths in community

Lecture Explores Global Mormonism for Interfaith Audience

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.


Kanwal Prakash Singh — “The Festival of Faiths fosters unity”

K.P. Singh explains why the Festival of Faiths on September 7th is so important to Indianapolis.


IRSC AmeriCorps Service Opportunity

CIC’s Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps has been renewed for its third year! The 10 member AmeriCorps program provides a platform to assist and learn from new Americans in our community. We serve to communicate


Predicting the Supreme Court Prayer Case

Board Chair Don Knebel’s latest blog explores an interfaith issue at the country’s highest court: On November 6, 2013, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments on one of the most vexing issues under the


Last Event of the Intersection of Dance, Religion, and Culture

    On Saturday, we had the last event of the Intersection of Dance, Religion, and Culture as part of the Butler University Arts Fest. It was a great time of learning about Filipino culture and


Butler Arts Fest: The Last Event in the Intersection of Dance, Religion, and Culture Series

Hello! I wanted to let everyone know about the last event in the Intersection of Dance, Religion, and Culture series. It is part of the first annual Butler Arts Fest, which is a celebration


2nd Event of The Intersection of Dance, Religion, and Culture!

Last Saturday, Center for Interfaith Cooperation and Big Car Service Center teamed up to present the 2nd event of the Dance, Religion, and Culture series. It was held at Big Car Service Center, in


King’s Dream: Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama

by Waddell Hamer Recently, President Barack Obama was inaugurated for his second term as President of the United States. As fate would have it, his second Inauguration happened to fall on the national holiday of


IRSC in the New Year

By Lyndsay Crespo It’s the beginning of a new year, and for many people, that means new goals to achieve, new ideas to explore, and new experiences to grow from. For us involved with the


New Dance Events in the New Year

Greetings in the new year!   We have several more exciting events planned for this coming semester. Last November, we kicked off the Intersection of Dance, Religion, and Culture series with a wonderful event that included