"This global fast will take place on Good Friday, April 10, 2020. We invite our neighbors and friends in the Indianapolis area to participate with us!"
"In this time to rush to return to “normal,” use this time to consider which parts of normal are worth rushing back to."
These words of wisdom come from Rev. Jerry Zehr of Carmel Christian Church and the Carmel Interfaith Alliance.
Five reasons you should attend this very important discussion.
The Cluster meeting's goal is to provide an opportunity for congregational leadership teams to mutually support one another, share ideas, learn together about resources and plan common activities around mental wellness. The Cluster will potentially provide organic opportunities for stakeholders to follow-up on new ideas and potential trainings in a locally relevant manner.
In a world increasingly fragmented across the kaleidoscope of beliefs and religions, it is easy to feel that we may never see peace in our time. However, are we really as divided as we think? Daiko Matsuyama, Deputy Head Priest of Taizoin Zen Buddhist Temple in Kyoto, Japan holds inter-faith dialogue as one powerful strategy that can bring our disparate world together.
February 19th — Attend this Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health luncheon to learn how religious groups are helping those who suffer to recover. You can hear from Selah House, a Christ-centered eating disorder treatment center.
February 10th — This promises to be one of those events whose positive impacts continue for a long time.
February 5th — Many CIC friends and board members will be on a multi-religious panel to discuss how the illuminated St. John's Bible speaks to their religious traditions. Here are some questions you can expect them to answer.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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?
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
The "Interfaith Amigos" are national superstars of multifaith tolerance and mutual respect. What do they think they are doing?