Earth Charter Indiana will honor individuals whose work in the community upholds the principles of respect for nature, universal human rights, economic justice, grassroots democracy, and a culture of peace
In addition to providing a chance for Fairouz to explain his oratorio “Zabur,” it was a showcase of some of the important members of the Interchurch Center’s community.
April 29th — The Galilee Medical Center in Northern Israel serves Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Druze patients, See an Indianapolis-driven art project that promises to connect those communities even more closely.
Stopping Traffick was organized by a class of MSW Candidates in the Indiana University School of Social Work at IUPUI and their professor, Kim Moffett, LCSW.
Participate in the Annual Indiana Interchurch Center exhibition of artwork by women. Create an artwork to share your fantasies or dreams of your future, for your family, for the world.
The drawings in “Moment by Moment” form a unique setting and inspiration for meditation on the spiritual significance of the teachings and passion of Jesus.
Another member of the Indiana Interchurch Center speaks out on Indiana’ Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
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.'”