The Indiana Interchurch Center is committed to leading the way in balancing environmental and spiritual values. It’s reflected in the building itself and the groups that choose to make the building home.
Members of the dynamic community making up the Indiana Interchurch Center put on some of the city’s most stimulating discussions and conversations. Be part of something special.
The Indiana Interchurch Center is displaying plates from the Saint John’s Bible, the first illuminated Bible commissioned in 500 years. Provocate’s John Clark will lead a tour of the exhibit highlighting the images of global politics that are expressed in the stunning pieces of religious art.
Kids engage in fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Korea, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.
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”
Be part of the end of one of the great exhibits in Indianapolis, the display of sections of the Saint John’s Bible. It closes January 31, and the Book is passed.
Nearly all religions have stories about how the world and humans began. Three practitioners of Hindu, Buddhist and Sikh religious traditions will share their stories of creation.
A panel of religious leaders will discuss how we can better read and interpret our texts to inform us on the pursuit of justice and social responsibility in our faith traditions and everyday lives.
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