Leaders of church denominations headquartered in the Interchurch Center have condemned Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the intolerance of LGBTQ people that they say it embodies.
Three leaders of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) send a letter to Gov. Mike Pence expressing their misgivings and alarm about Indiana’s Religious Freedom restoration Act.
“There is a better way forward than RFRA. And now we Presbyterians are called to be ‘a living demonstration to the world that it is possible . . . to have unity without sacrificing freedom.'”
The IIC is venue for 2 events about Africa on March 31st — get to know African professionals who’ve made Indy their home, then hear a thought-provoking talk about US policy toward Africa.
A Pastoral Letter from Episcopal Bishop Waynick to the Clergy and People of the Diocese of Indianapolis about the so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act
On Tuesday March 10, Krannert Hall was the scene for a thought-provoking and interactive examination of human trafficking. Organizers were IUPUI’s Campus Coalition Against Trafficking (CCAT), the Indiana Council on World Affairs and INDYthinks.
Anila Quayuum Agha is one of the hottest artists in the world right now … and the Interchurch Center is part of her story.
The Interchurch Center hosted a game that asks its players to step into the shoes of the most vulnerable Syrian refugees – children. Leigh DeNoon of WFYI-Radio filed this report.
NUVO has a nice article about the exhibit of the Saint John’s Bible at the IIC, and explains why you should have seen it before it’s too late.