Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of many faiths in community

New board member Virgil Boyd

Virgil Boyd is committed to interfaith because it gives an opportunity to share in belief systems, but not let anything divide us.

New CIC board member Jim Cotterill

The Center for Interfaith Cooperation is honored to have Jim Cotterill join its board. Jim is  President & Chief Unity Officer of the nonprofit UNITE INDY, mission is "Connecting hearts, minds and hands to meet needs in our community."

CIC board member Sonal Sanghani

New CIC board member Sonal Sanghani is with the Jain Center of Central Indiana. 

CIC board member Fr. Rick Ginther

Father Rick Ginther Director of the Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, Pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis Why Interfaith? Our diversity of religions is integral to the diversity of our nation,

Increasing Need for Student Aid; Kenyans Respond Generously

This report from CIC's good friend, the Global Interfaith Partnership, comes from Celia Booher, GIP's Indiana Program Coordinator

CIC joins Neighbor Power Indy!

March 3rd — Neighbor Power Indy is an annual gathering to Inspire, Engage and Celebrate our Neighborhoods. CIC will be part of this fun, interactive day of neighbor led workshops, neighborhood storytelling and neighborhood awards

Who’s speaking at “Hoosier Hospitality, Refugees, and Immigration”?

February 27th — The stories of refugees and migration are the stories of people who live in Indianapolis and its vicinity—stories of those who have come here from elsewhere, and stories of those who welcomed them to their new home. 

3 questions to answer at “Let’s Talk About It” – Wrestling with Faith & Mental Illness

February 21st — The Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health (ICMH) will be hosting a facilitated, roundtable discussion on faith, spirituality, and mental illness.

Welcome to CIC’s newest board member, Ashley Wagner

Ashley Wagner is High Priestess with the Pagan Community. She has a strong interest in interfaith, she says, because the Pagan community has remained largely apart and hidden from the greater religious community.

An interfaith dialogue at 2nd Pres

How to make interfaith dialogue more appealing to the broader community, and discussed how informal gatherings such as this one, with time for speaking, questioning, and group reflection.

Order tickets for the 2018 Interfaith Banquet

March 18th — Followers of diverse faith backgrounds will come together share fellowship and entertainment at the 4th Annual Interfaith Banquet. Join us!

New CIC board member: Sally Brown Bassett

Let's welcome Sally Brown Bassett to the CIC family. We are honored to have her join our board.

YOU can be a sponsor of the 4th Annual Interfaith Banquet

Be part of the Interfaith Banquet, honoring Rabbi Sandy and Rabbi Dennis Sasso.

You can be part of helping Rohingya refugees

February 24th — It's the most dire refugee crisis in the world. Join OBAT and co-sponsor, the Center for Interfaith Cooperation, to learn more about and extend support for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

Join Indy Habitat for Humanity’s Interfaith Build

Indy Habitat for Humanity is already planning for this year's Interfaith Build. Would you’re faith group like to help? 

Why you should try to sneak into the Urban Servant Leadership Un-Conference

January 27th — Free registration for the conference has reached the max, more than 400. But Pastor G encourages all to attend, even if they haven’t registered. He’s right, this un-conference is too important for anyone to miss.