Journalist Naomi Schaefer Riley examines why young people are dropping out of the religious traditions they grew up in, and shows how that decline can be reversed, in her new book, Got Religion? How Churches, Mosques, and Synagogues Can Bring Young People Back.
November 14th — Kizito D. Kalima, a Rwandan genocide survivor and a committed speaker on genocide prevention through forgiveness and reconciliation
Through November 2nd — A coalition of faith based and professional service providers are collecting hats, insulated gloves, thermal socks, scarves, and hand warmers.
November 15th — Panelists from diverse faith-based organizations discuss their response to the changing healthcare needs in Central Indiana.
November 10th — Local artists and theologians discuss bridge-building between the often disconnected communities of religion and art. See and Listen to the results.
November 12th — A month-long project pairing young artists & foreign-born adults to exchange stories about immigration, & create art related to these journeys.
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.
K.P. Singh explains why the Festival of Faiths on September 7th is so important to Indianapolis.
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
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