Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of many faiths in community

Mini-grant applications for congregational activities working with mental health

May is mental health awareness month.Get the conversation started around Mental Health at your congregation with an Interfaith Mental Health Coalition mini-grant.

Check out CIC’s speaker bureau

CIC's Speakers Bureau connects communities in Central Indiana with notable and knowledgeable religious, civic, and academic leaders. We think it's a pretty good line-up.

OBAT Helpers interfaith iftar

The word “Iftar” represents sweet relief to a fasting Muslim. It is the culmination of a long day of going without food and water with a delicious variety of treats, juices and dates. It is a moment to look forward to and savor.

CIC takes a road trip to Louisville

April 21st the Center for Interfaith Cooperation hit the road for a visit to the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville. On the bus were CIC board staff, Immigrant & Refugee Service Corps members, and friends from Serve Indiana and the Indiana Interchurch Center.

CIC wins Day of Service Award

CIC was honored to win a Day of Service mini-grant from Serve Indiana for World Refugee Day June 20th.

Chautauqua at Greensburg High School

CIC's Speakers Bureau was honored to have seven people participate on a World Religions panel at Greensburg High School in April

Integrating Mental Health Plans with Religiosity

May 17th -- May is Mental Health Month. Join the Interfaith Mental Health Coalition to discuss how equip your congregation for mental health ministry

Central Indiana Holocaust Remembrance events

April 24 is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Throughout the week there will be several opportunities to learn about the significance of the Holocaust and to honor the dead.

Register for 2017 Summer Youth Camp

CIC and Watch Club will host two Youth Summer Camp sessions from July 17-21 and July 24-28, 2017 at Indiana Interchurch Center. Register now!

5 reasons why you should attend QPR – Suicide Awareness Training for faith communities

5 REASONS WHY CLERGY, YOUTH LEADERS, SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS, FAITH COMMUNITIES NEED QPR — Suicide Awareness Training on April 19th

The Indy Spiritual Trail is back!

After a winter hiatus, the Indianapolis Spiritual Trail is back. On April 8th a group of pilgrims explored some of the important green spaces around the Indiana Interchurch Center. 

KP Singh: “In Search of Culture, Arts, Spirit, Learning, and Fun”

An exciting Faith Living Room Dialogue at the Sikh Gurdwara was attended by around 60 people, representing Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh, and other spiritual traditions.

“Stations of Cross build connection to Jesus’ sacrifice”

Sue Blackwell of Pax Christi Indianapolis shares this event on Good Friday, April 14, at Monument Circle. The Center for Interfaith Cooperation is proud to be one of the participating organizations.

“Painful Hope” brings message of hope to Israel

the Center for Interfaith Cooperation was a co-sponsor for a vit to Indianapolis of a remarkable initiative of Jews and Palestinians in the West Bank. Sara Galer of the University of Indianapolis files this

Questions and resources for potential sanctuary congregations

The evening of Monday March 27th saw the second of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation's discussions of sanctuary congregations.

Faryal Khatri talks about hate crime legislation

CIC Board member Faryal Khatri has been part of the efforts to pass hate crime legislation in Indiana (one of five states without such legislation). In a recent story in Vice.com, she describes how