Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Five reasons to see “The Storeys and Last Days of Thomas Merton”

January 28th — An award-winning documentary about one of the most influential theologians and mystics of the 20th century. Here's why you shouldn't miss watching it.

51st Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration Service

January 20th — Indianapolis has many fine MLK Day celebrations. We think one of the best is an interfaith service at the church where King preached in Indianapolis.

“Let diversity bring us together, rather than drive us apart”

In a time like now, so divided by allegiance to false gods such as money and power, by acts of lovelessness and hatred, and by lines drawn between people according to worldly standards, the truth that we are one human family is desperately needed!

American JewBu: Jews, Buddhists, and Religious Change

Here's a way of answering "What is Interfaith?" Interfaith means more than learning about The Other. It's learning from The Other, adopting and adapting new ideas into one's own beliefs and practices.

Interfaith Work, One Habitat Home at a Time

Good friend of CIC Joel Reichenbach contributes his reflection of what Indy Habitat for Humanity’s Interfaith Build means for the question: What is interfaith?

“Everything is still on fire” by Rev. Theresa Soto

We've asked members of the CIC family to illustrate what interfaith means. Robin Thompson suggests a poem he read at the last Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health meeting

“Interfaith Amigos” explore the meaning of interfaith

The "Interfaith Amigos" are national superstars of multifaith tolerance and mutual respect. What do they think they are doing?

What is interfaith? Check out this video

A few years ago, we asked members of CIC's board: What is interfaith? Do you agree with their answers?

Use your savings from #BlackFriday to join CIC on #GivingTuesday

Now is the time to start to think about how to use those valuable savings. We suggest considering giving to the Center for Interfaith Cooperation.

Our suggestion for #GivingTuesday: support the Interfaith Banquet

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

Support the New View Film Series on #GivingTuesday

CIC proudly partners with Butler University's Center for Faith and Vocation on A New View Film Series. It's perhaps the most thought-provoking film series in Indy, and CIC's most effective ways of reaching out to college students.

This Giving Tuesday, send a refugee kid to summer camp

#GivingTuesdayCIC —A donation of $150 will pay camp registration for a kid from a refugee family to attend Summer Youth Camp for a week

On #GivingTuesday, support the Indy Festival of Faiths

Indy Festival of Faiths is the biggest one-day celebration of religious diversity in the Midwest. We want to make sure all groups who want to participate can. You can help.

Use #GivingTuesday to support interfaith youth engagement

One of the initiatives CIC values most highly is our engagement with young people. This Giving Tuesday, you can be part of our work.

Be part of something special — #GivingTuesdayCIC

#GivingTuesday has become one of the popular days for charitable donations in the world. While we would be grateful for your support, we want to give to you as well.

Simplexity with Alyson Stoner and Bruce Garrison

Says CIC board member Bruce Garrison: "For the past four years I have acted as a spiritual advisor/mentor to a young lady named Alyson Stoner."