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.
Want to join the community of vibrant organizations that make up the Indiana Interchurch Center? Check out what’s available.
Legislation, both at home and abroad, hasn’t kept pace with technological developments, leaving some wondering if privacy as we know it is long dead.
Brazil is drawing in more investment, working on global issues ranging from climate change to peacekeeping, and even hosting the 2016 Olympics. But can poverty and inequality keep it back?
Learn about the Bible’s fascinating career as a mirror of the ages, from medieval Europe to modern America, the deep-seated fears and preoccupations, as well as the noblest aspirations and longings, of different peoples and traditions.
Be part of the Interchurch Center’s Victory Day celebration from a distance … enjoy the two opposing sides from the 1971 independence war of Bangladesh come together to celebrate their wonderful country.
Days after video of Peter Abdul Rahman Kassig’s killing was released by ISIS, the Muslim Alliance of Indiana paid tribute to Kassig at the Indiana Interchurch Center.
On December 16’s IIC Lunch & Learn, Dina and Alfan shared details of their families’ histories in Iraq and parallels between their journeys from the Middle East to Indianapolis. Participants enjoyed a fascinating conversation … plus a delicious Iraqi lunch prepared by Alfan.