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Join us 6-8pm for our next Exhibition Opening on the subject of Creation.

CTS partners with Butler University for a discussion on “Germany as an Immigration Country: Labor Migration and Refugee Influx.” Discussion begins at 7 pm in Butler’s Pharmacy Building, Room 156. Free and open to the public.

Hear from local and national thought leaders and connect with others who are bringing about systemic solutions to poverty in Central Indiana. Attending the conference is a prerequisite for anyone planning to apply for a Faith & Action grant.

Inuk is both an authentic story of Greenland today, a country torn between tradition and modernity, and a universal story about the quest for identity, and rebirth after the deepest of wounds.

The New Media Project at CTS will host a workshop on exploring how social media and other forms of digital interaction have added another dimension to the world of ministry.

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The Board of Trustees announced that after six years at the helm of CTS, Matthew Myer Boulton will step down from the presidency

The Faith & Action Project will bring community advocates and change agents together to explore sustainable approaches to poverty.

I have announced that I will bring my time as president of CTS to a close on September 8, 2017.

Throughout February couples can invest in the health of their relationship.

Rabbi Reuben Zellman will present a free, do-it-yourself introduction to Jewish liturgical music

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