As the coronavirus pandemic intensifies across the country, many churches, synagogues, temples and mosques are temporarily shutting their doors to all public services.
“‘It’s Like a Lifeline.’ How Religious Leaders Are Helping People Stay Connected in a Time of Isolation”
To help defeat the virus, they need to show “a different kind of strength.”
This message comes from CIC board member and Eli Lilly VP Aarti
Good news for the community: The Fishers Multi-faith Community for Compassion has launched a new website
"In this time to rush to return to “normal,” use this time to consider which parts of normal are worth rushing back to."
Wherever they strike, disasters have a way of revealing our preexisting weaknesses. But they also open up opportunities. There is a golden hour after disaster strikes, a chance to come together and build
We're looking for new members of the CIC family. If this job piques your interest and inspires your passions, you should also answer this question: “What experience or qualities do you have that uniquely qualify you for this position?”
These words of wisdom come from Rev. Jerry Zehr of Carmel Christian Church and the Carmel Interfaith Alliance.
The 6th Annual Interfaith Banquet was a smash!Check out these pictures from the best — and perhaps the last —social event of the season.
This comes from ICMH coordinator Abbygail Parker:
From WFYI’s Arts and Culture Desk, Jill Ditmire speaks with Executive Director Charlie Wiles, to learn more about how the Indianapolis organization builds relationships among religious groups.
Churches, mosques, synagogues, and other places of worship can play an important role in containing the spread and mitigating the effects of diseases such as the coronavirus.
Five reasons you should attend this very important discussion.
CIC board member Imam Ahmed Alamine reports on offering the opening prayer for the Indiana State Senate.
The reviews of the 2020 Interfaith Banquet are in, and the verdict is unanimous: it was great!
To celebrate AmeriCorps Week, we'd like to recognize and thank members of the Interfaith Enrichment Corps, the AmeriCorps program CIC runs.