MTI students and staff are very happy to participate in multiple interfaith programs throughout the year. We feel that interfaith can be a powerful way for people to strengthen and expand upon their personal views and sense of identity. It is also an extremely important aspect of modern-day life, given the world's political turmoil. Therefore, MTI students have participated in the following:
- Programs run by the Center for Urban and Multicultural Education at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and the Peace Learning Center (supported by the International Interfaith Initiative). These programs bring students from different schools (Jewish, Catholic, Evangelist, Muslim, and public) together by having each group host the others and lead each other in a directed discussion.
- The House of Abraham project, through Habitat for Humanity. This program brings together volunteers from different religious backgrounds to work together while building a house for a local family.
- MTI's Student Visitors' program, for which students from private and public schools who are learning about Islam and Muslims visit the school. MTI students lead the visitors on a tour of the school, then gather in the masjid's masala for a Q&A session.
- High School students have previously visited other schools to learn about their students and give a presentation about Islam and Muslim cultures.