We are the Interfaith Forum, a registered student organization at the University of Indianapolis.

Our purpose is to encourage positive relationships among different faiths by strengthening personal faith values through education and service.

Through a partnership with the Interfaith Youth Core and support from the students, faculty, staff, and community at the University of Indianapolis, we meet bi-weekly on Tuesdays at 9:00 pm in SCHW 012, participate in a monthly service project, and host various other events, including those relating to the IFYC Better Together campaign.

Feel free to read the blog and join the forum of discussion.  We hope that you will participate in our events to show that we are better together!

  1. Tom Probasco says:

    My name is Tom Probasco. I am the chairperson of the Environmental Committee at Friedens United Church of Christ in Indianapolis. I much appreciated Mark Wolfe’s “My View” editorial in the Star recently, and would like to invite the Interfaith Forum group to a presentation about public transit in central Indiana at Friedens UCC coming up Nov. 1. Here are the details:

    “Connecting People and Places: Central Indiana’s Transportation Future and How You Can Get Involved”

    A presentation by Ehren Bingaman,
    executive director of CIRTA
    (Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority)

    • What is CIRTA?
    • Why transit?
    • What is transit?
    • Where are we in the process?
    • What can you do moving forward?
    • Q & A session.

    Tuesday, November 1st at 7pm
    Friedens United Church of Christ
    Community Life & Worship Center
    8300 S. Meridian Street, Indianapolis

    Hosted by Friedens Environmental Team

    • Tom,

      Thanks for your invitation. We will pass along the word to our members. Keep up the good work and feel free to attend the Interfaith Forum’s Speak-In that is listed in the Indianapolis Star article if you have the availability. If you wish to contact me directly, my email is wolfemd@uindy.edu.

      Mark Wolfe

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