October 22nd — Quakers and Jews have been proportionally well represented in progressive movements of social change, particularly in the American civil rights and anti-war movements. What are the critical points of Jewish-Quaker encounter?
October 14th — Join this special screening then discuss the exemplary importance of a green renaissance in Muncie, the Middletown of America.
The Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention (CHIP) is the largest organization addressing homelessness in Indianapolis, and they are the newest member of the Interchurch Center.
Children will get a chance to explore different cultures using music, dance, drama, musical instruments, poetry, tongue-twisters, story telling, and comedy.
In the Interchurch Gallery in October will be an exhibit of Marilyn Gatin’s art. Marilyn is a scientist turned artist who makes sculptures of the left-overs of technology.
October 9th — Healing Friends Foundation provides assistance to HIV-AIDS victims and their families under stress in Zimbabwe. Help the Foundation while enjoying delicious Zimbabwean treats.
October 7th — One of the most important groups working in South Asia is OBAT Helpers, which helps empower a group of 300,000 people living in squalid camps in Bangladesh.
September 18th — The exhibition explores the vital need for stewardship, sustainability, awareness, and advocacy for Indiana’s water.
September 30th — Erin Polley will be visiting AFSC programs in Palestine and Israel September 4-15. Join her for a Middle Eastern lunch and hear about the people, places and history she will encounter on this delegation.