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Faith & Community: The Public Role of Religion is an eleven-part video series with discussion guide developed for congregational, civic, human service, and classroom audiences focusing on the role of religion in public life.
Religion as a Window on Culture is a six-part video series that focuses on four major themes important to various religions: Sacred Space,Sacred Time, Sacred Memory, and Sacred Journey. Examining these concepts allows us to explor the similarities among religions that we often perceive as different. This video series comes with a leader's guide for use in congregations.
Researchers from The Polis Center at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis joined with a team of high school students from Park Tudor School to document the roles religion can play in the life of a community.  We focused on the Broad Ripple area, an affluent yet diverse neighborhood of well-kept homes and hideaway shops on Indianapolisí north side near our school.
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Faith & Community: The Public Role of Religion

      Faith & Community: The Public Role of Religion is an eleven-part video series with discussion guide developed for congregational, civic, human service, and classroom audiences focusing on the role of religion in public life.

Religion as a Window on Culture

      Religion as a Window on Culture is a six-part video series that focuses on four major themes important to various religions: Sacred Space,Sacred Time, Sacred Memory, and Sacred Journey. Examining these concepts allows us to explor the similarities among religions that we often perceive as different. This video series comes with a leader's guide for use in congregations.

Faith and Community in Broad Ripple

      Researchers from The Polis Center at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis joined with a team of high school students from Park Tudor School to document the roles religion can play in the life of a community. We focused on the Broad Ripple area, an affluent yet diverse neighborhood of well-kept homes and hideaway shops on Indianapolisí north side near our school.

 
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