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May 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm krannert Hall at IIC
Join us for a non-partisan discussion on creating diversity of race, gender, religion, and geography in Indiana politics. Our guests – Women4Change and League of Women Voters of Indiana – will help guide us through big issues, as well as give us practical information on
Jun 7 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Don Knebel kicks off “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism,
Jun 14 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Rabbi Shelley Goldman discusses “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism,
Jun 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Indiana Interchurch Center
A panel of family members, recovery specialists, mental health and addiction specialists will distinguish helping from enabling. The Interfaith Mental Health Coalition is a collaboration between religious leaders, mental health care providers, community service organizations and government agencies dedicated to: educating faith community leaders about
Jun 21 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Faryal Khatri discusses “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism, Christianity,
Jun 28 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Rev. Brian Shivers discusses “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism,
Jul 5 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Rev. Anastassia Zinke discusses “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism,
Jul 17 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 18 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 19 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 20 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 21 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 25 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Jul 28 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
Students, ages 7-13, will engage in a variety of fun and educational intercultural activities with facilitators from Liberia, Mexico, Israel, Zimbabwe, Burma, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan and Japan.  We will also explore the Art Park at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, tour Butler University, go fishing,
Aug 8 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Indiana Interchurch Canter
A Sacred Spaces Tour of the Indiana Interchurch Center The Indiana Interchurch Center was created in 1967 to be “a living demonstration to the world that it is possible . . . to have unity without sacrificing freedom.” The 60,000 square foot building is now