August 24, Krannert Hall was the venue for an important Climate Leadership Summit organized by Interchurch Community member Earth Charter Indiana.
From SPEA Scholar Lacey Duncan: “but few buildings and public space have been designed in a way that orients them to the river. There are often regulatory restrictions for the reason for structures such as buildings, to be designed away from these areas, but the trail recognizes the potential connection and spiritual meaning that nature can bring.”
This Ramadan the Interchurch Center has been the host of several special interfaith iftars (breaking the fast with family and friends). Read about the Muslim Alliance of Indiana’s event June 17th
Faustin Ntala, the founder of Waza Alliance, an IIC based organization that supports teachers in the Democratic Republic of Congo, drove with his children to Louisville so they could pay their respects to The Greatest.
June 7th the Interchurch Center hosted an interfaith iftar, a breaking of the Ramadan fast. It was organized by OBAT Helpers and attended by one of the most diverse groups of 80 people Central Indiana has seen.
Groups such as these provide the infrastructure to share knowledge to develop or monitor legislation. The bonding and friendships that evolve from these organizations can last a lifetime. The members seemed to genuinely enjoy the event and were dedicated to the mission of the group.
March 24th at the Indiana Interchurch Center, Imam Michael "Mikal" Saahir spoke about Islam and the African American community in Indianapolis. Imam Saahir is author of the important history of the Nation…
“Paris rings Are you listenin’ In the world, Things are worsening We need a beautiful sight To be happy tonight Walking in a clear wonderland.” — Sung to the tune of Winter…
December 2 a group of IUPUI students joined with CIC at the Indiana Interchurch Center for a Multicultural Friendship Feast, billed as an opportunity for “Introducing Indianapolis to Each Other.” WISH-TV provides this story about the event.
It was one of the first discussions of what Pope Francis’ encyclical on environmentalism, ‘Laudato Si,’ means for Indiana environmental policy, and more than 70 Hoosiers were part of it.