On a snowy Saturday evening, more than 90 people came to the Interchurch Center to welcome three new families of Syrian refugees to Indianapolis.
In an effort to expand its reach, Watch Club is seeking community partnerships to help invest in the present and future lives of the youth of Indianapolis.
On February 24 the Indiana Interchurch Center was the site of a remarkable exercise in social understanding and empathy. Some 30 people came together to play the Syrian refugee living board game.…
Brazil — it’s the “B” in the acronym BRICS, five emerging economies once seen as soon-to-be superpowers. After economic troubles in the 1990s, Brazil has risen to new global prominence — it’s…
Central Indiana’s Bangladeshis celebrated Victory Day at the Interchurch Center a couple of weeks late, on December 30. But it might have been one of the most special Victory Day celebrations ever.
Says David Landes of the Religion, Spirituality and the Arts collaboration: “I think we’ve gained a relationship and gone through an experience that we didn’t want to walk away from because it was so valuable, and we continue to learn and encourage and support each other as artists and as spiritual beings”
Days after video of Peter Abdul Rahman Kassig’s killing was released by ISIS, the Muslim Alliance of Indiana paid tribute to Kassig at the Indiana Interchurch Center.
On December 16’s IIC Lunch & Learn, Dina and Alfan shared details of their families’ histories in Iraq and parallels between their journeys from the Middle East to Indianapolis. Participants enjoyed a fascinating conversation … plus a delicious Iraqi lunch prepared by Alfan.