Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Prayer Vigil

Prayer Vigil

CIC board member Patricia Holman, Staff Chaplain of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, invites the community


“Faith traditions come together for ‘Solidarity Vigil and Interfaith Prayer’ in response to Sri Lanka bombings”

April 25th — The “Solidarity Vigil and Interfaith Prayer” event, co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, the Indianapolis-based Center for Interfaith Cooperation and the Muslim Alliance of Indiana, drew leaders in the city of the Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish and Muslim communities.


A solemn solidarity vigil & interfaith prayer for Sri Lanka

An act of violence against innocent people is a crime against humanity; an assault against the sacred faith commandments about the sanctity of all life.


Victims of Sri Lanka attack mourned in 2 Indianapolis services

WTHR was at interfaith vigil for victims in Sri Lanka, and give a flavor of what you may have missed.


Thursday evening — Solidarity Vigil & Interfaith Prayer for Sri Lanka

Please join this important interfaith vigil and memorial service


Solidarity Vigil and Interfaith Prayer for Sri Lanka

April 25th — The Muslim Alliance of Indiana, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese, and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation invite everyone to come together as we stand with and pray for the victims and people in Sri Lanka.


Rev. Bruce Garrison on the New Zealand shootings

CIC board member Bruce Garrison was asked to contribute a few words to the memorial for the 50 victims of the shootings in Christchurch, NZ


Interfaith Vigil for victims of Christchurch Mosque Shootings

Butler University’s Muslim Student Association and the Muslim Alliance of Indiana honors the victims of the tragic event. The goal is to raise awareness that bigotry and hatred are forces that threaten the well-being of our communities today.


Candlelight Vigil in Memory of Mustafa Ayoubi

The Greater Indianapolis Muslim community is saddened and disheartened by the recent murder of Mustafa Ayoubi, a 32-year old IU Kelley School of Business graduate, devoted son and brother, and loyal friend.