December 6th more than two dozen neighbors came together at the Interchurch Center to share concerns and hopes … and to imagine solutions to problems.
December 9th — Meet Maria Pimentel-Gannon, whose goal in life is to live life simply, purposefully, and intentionally, hoping to make a positive difference in the life of anyone reading her books.
The Indiana Interchurch Center cares about our neighbors, even if they are trees.
The Muslim Jewish Women’s Alliance is a joint project of the Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council and the Muslim Alliance of Indiana.
December 9 — Leading women artists in Central Indiana are exhibiting works in the Interchurch Gallery. Meet them over munchies at the artist reception.
F & C is moving to new offices, and they aren’t taking much of their office furniture with them. They’ll give it nonprofit and religious organizations for free!
Three members of the Interchurch Community took the lead in organizing a press conference at the Indiana Statehouse on November 18th. Everyone is invited to stand with them.
January: “Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory” interweaves Christian, Jewish, and Muslim poetry and spiritual texts from the period of the Convivencia in Spain and from contemporary Middle Eastern poets.
Says WTIU: “At first glance, the Sunday mass at Indiana’s Interchurch Center in Indianapolis may not appear much different than those you’d see in traditional Catholic churches…”
November 19th 75 Hoosiers gathered to discuss what the next four years could mean for Muslims in Indiana and in America. It was far less pessimistic than one might have expected.