The Indiana Undocumented Youth Alliance is seeking Hoosier artists, undocumented or documented, that have experienced undocu-challenges to donate art work to be on display at the Interchurch Center
Meredith Howell "wants to begin a movement where blind patrons aren't inhibited by their sensory loss, ultimately making 'inclusion the norm' provoking visitors to have real conversations and interactions."
Lindsey Mintz of the Jewish Community Relations Council and Charlie Wiles of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation use the occasion of World Religion Day to reflect on the state of interfaith in Indy
reVISION is a unique interactive art exhibit that was created specifically for art patrons who have blindness or low vision. Plus sleep shades to give those with sight an opportunity to experience the art differently.
Along with religious opponents to an expansion of civil rights law, religious leaders such as the Disciples of Christ's Rev. Rick Spleth support it
Explore and deepen your relation to the divine. The Center for Spiritual Direction is offering a chance to participate in three or four spiritual direction sessions as part of a practicum for a new spiritual director.