April 20th — If you’ve been through the Interchurch Gallery in April, you will have seen a stark and beautiful photo exhibit from Bangladesh. Learn more at a Lunch & Learn.
April 15th — Alevi is best described as “spiritual shiism,” and is the second most popular form of Islam in Turkey. Learn about the role of music and dance in Alevi culture with a concert and discussion
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…
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Learn about Uganda, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan. Learn golf and chess from pros, plus fishing, swimming and nature hikes.
In May the Interchurch Gallery exhibit, UndocuChallenges, will spark conversations about identity loss, family separation, employment exploitation, stereotypes,
March 24th Imam Mikal Saahir will describe how the changes in the Nation of Islam reshaped both the community of Muslims and the African American community in Indianapolis.
Sr. Stella Sabina is one of the coolest members of the Interchurch Community. She would like to invite kids to participate in a Tongue Twister Competition on Friday, April 8th
March 17th — Sculptor Christopher Dance will explain his busts currently on display in the Interchurch Gallery … and maybe sing some songs too.
In April: Young photographers in Bangladesh have been given to the equipment and training by OBAT Helpers to show us the world in which they live, and the dreams they hope to realize.