CIC board member Patricia Holman, Staff Chaplain of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, invites the community
For Muslims, Lailat-ul-Qadr is the Night of Power, a commemoration of when the Prophet Mohammad received the first verses of the Qu’ran. As on the other days of Ramadan, many Muslims do not eat, drink
Looking for a special experience? Join the Haitian Unity Prayer Luncheon and hear Haitian music, taste Haitian food, see Haitian dance, meet Haitian dignitaries ... and get a sense of how important Haiti is to Indiana.
Thrive Weekend of Faith has grown into a nation-wide initiative. The theme is mental health. Learn how your congregation can participate the weekend Thursday May 16 to Sunday May 19.
Faryal Khatri provides this report on the sights (and sites) of Istanbul and the beginning of Ramadan
"This is Ramadan; the human person exerting their human will power and controlling their desires and passions — not for themselves — but for the good pleasure of Allah. Ahh! What a wonderful feeling!"
Two years ago the Islamic school associated with Masjid Al Fajr, recieved the now infamous letter addressed "To the Children of Satan". On Friday, we will deliver a very different message. One of love and hope.
Truman intentionally tried to avoid any constitutional problems when he originally called for a day of "prayer and meditation," which he thought would cover all spiritual traditions, regardless of their definition of Divinity.
WTHR was at interfaith vigil for victims in Sri Lanka, and give a flavor of what you may have missed.
The Indiana Christian Leadership Conference has celebrated the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday for 50 years, since January of 1969. This was Dr. King’s first birthday since his assassination in