Salma Zidane lives on the Palestinian West Bank in a small house with lemon trees on her property, planted by her great grandparents. Unfortunately, when the Israeli minister of defense builds a neighboring house, the trees are deemed a security risk. A legal battle ensues
Did you see the musical comedy “The Book of Mormon” when it came to Indianapolis? Are you curious about the real Book of Mormon? Ruth Ellen Homer explains this important sacred text of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
The Hindu Temple of Central Indiana is one of the most impressive pieces of sacred architecture in the Midwest. Join a group of high school and college students for a tour of the Temple.
The Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health presents our second event of the Spring 2019 Series: How Faith Communities Become Resources. How and When to Refer: Mental Health Crises is a presentation about the best practices for and resources of referral. We now ask for an admission fee
Sajith Silva, Catholic Relief Services program coordinator for Sri Lanka, will talk about the vulnerable people displaced by war and how Catholic Relief Services provides hope and support in their efforts to return to their native country and rebuild. Sri Lanka continues to recover from
ICMH presents our third event of the Spring 2019 Series: How Faith Communities Become Resources. The Prevention as Intervention: Protective Factors and Sustained Recovery luncheon will provide different resources about mental illness prevention and creating safe communities. We now ask for an admission fee of $5. Because
In the war-torn Nuba Mountains of Sudan, American Dr. Tom Catena seeks to provide care and serve the needs of a forgotten people at Mother of Mercy Hospital. As the region is bombed relentlessly by indicted war criminal Omar Al-Bashar, only two things remain constant:
ICMH presents our fourth event of the Spring 2019 Series: How Faith Communities Become Resources. The How to Support a Support Group: Addictions and Mental Illness luncheon will provide different resources about mental illness prevention and creating safe communities. We now ask for an admission fee of
On Friday April 26th CIC is partnering with the Indiana Pagan Community Outreach & Dialogue to put on a Death Café. It’s a chance to eat cake, drink tea, and talk about death civilly … because increased awareness of death means a more fulfilling life.
ICMH presents our fifth event of the Spring 2019 Series: Understanding Cultural Differences: LGBTQ+ Community. We now ask for an admission fee of $5. Because we have often reached our RSVP capacity, ICMH makes this change to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend. We will accept
Each Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health luncheon concentrates on a specific mental health practice or accessible tool individuals can use in their congregations. Together, the luncheons outline a “core curriculum” of how best to address basic, ubiquitous mental health needs of faith communities. The curriculum is designed so
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