August 30 was the 3rd annual Indy Festival of Faiths. It was the first Social Awareness Table Conversations, discussions of eight topics of urgent importance. Now keep talking.
This beautiful day of celebration will showcase the diversity of our city in one of the best and most holy ways. It is a day that epitomizes what we want Indy to be and what today Indy is.
Center for Interfaith Cooperation would like to thank all of the sponsors who made Festival of Faiths possible
April 14th — DANCING IN JAFFA offers an up-close-and-personal perspective of how the future might unfold if the art of movement and dance could triumph over the politics of history and geography.
February 18th — Whatever you make of Joshua Milton Blahyi — liar or madman, charlatan or genuine repentant — the film challenges viewers to ask important questions about both the power and the limits of forgiveness, amid a nation's search for healing and justice.
December 3rd — Inspired by true events, The Citizen is a gripping tale of courage, love, and perseverance, the qualities of a true CITIZEN.
October 22nd — Can victims and perpetrators work together to rebuild their lives? This life-changing documentary explores the intersections of justice and forgiveness as survivors heal from these tragedies.
August 30th — Change takes advocacy and advocacy succeeds when it is intelligent. "I Am Change" is a leadership workshop about active citizenship for the sake of humanity.
August 20th — Two young women - one an Orthodox Jew, the other Muslim - learn they share much in common, not least of which is that they are both going through arranged marriages.
New to the 2015 Indy Festival of Faiths ... an empowerment workshop for youth, and substantive discussions about interfaith perspectives on today's leading issues
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean your brain has to go on vacation. Be part of something special with this series of public conversations about how we can conduct civil and constructive discussions of the important issues we face.
On April 24 Indianapolis witnessed the world premiere of the oratorio “Zabur,” a work by Mohammed Fairouz, widely considered the top composer under the age of 30 on the planet. “Zabur” was a gift
"The Psalms are hymns of praise to God for his power and beneficence, for his creation of the world, and for his past acts of deliverance for Israel."
May 16th — It's an excellent opportunity for people of all faiths and traditions to visit a mosque, make new American Muslim friends and discover what Islam is all about.
April 19th -- Spoken word is an incredibly powerful tool for communicating contrasting and contending ideas and viewpoints ... join in with CIC and the Tutu Center
It promised to be a very special evening April 21 for the interfaith celebration of Psalms, even before one of the world's great composers said he'd come.