During the holy month of Ramadan Muslims break their fast at sunset with an iftar a special meal for friends and family. The Interchurch Center is hosting two iftars this year, and everyone is encouraged to attend.
Once again, graduate students from IU’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs are organizing a series of engaging discussions of some of the most urgent policy issues.
May 23rd — Earth Charter Indiana is holding its second annual meeting and award ceremony. Read how last year’s went.
Steve Pavey is a documentary photographer, applied anthropologist and contemplative activist who has traveled over the last six years documenting and participating in the undocumented led struggle for freedom and human dignity.
April 23th — Walk along the Spiritual Trail and explore issues of social justice in conversation.
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…
Rosa’s Nest is a grass-roots, non-profit community based organization designed to positively impact the health and well-being of the Latino community and other underserved communities in Central Indiana with a focus on HIV/AIDS.