The Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth

Interfaith symbols on stained glass at Ann Arbor's Interfaith Center, a non-denominational church alternative.
Stained glass image used with permission by artist Frank Houtkamp and the Unitarian Church in Rockford, Illinois.

We believe spiritual growth — our deepening understanding of the presence of God in all beings — is the most important thing we do for the healing of the world. We bring peace to the world, one consciousness at a time.

We’re a dynamic community that affirms the universal truths underlying all spiritual paths. Together we explore and practice tools for cultivating lives of love, joy, and freedom. Whether your background is Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Native American Spirituality, another faith tradition, or no faith tradition, you will find a welcome home at Interfaith.

In a non-denominational setting, we offer weekly study groups and classes in A Course in Miracles, Interspiritual Meditation, Eckhart Tolle’s A New Earth, and Science of Mind. We also host an Alcoholics Anonymous support group and other activities.  Enjoy monthly Drum and Dance circles,  Cafe 704 coffeehouse concerts, and more.

Come as you are, find strength and wisdom, and discover the value of cultivating your Spirit in a positive, participatory community that is open and affirming of all lifestyles including LGBTQ.

Sunday services: 10:45 a.m. to 12 p.m.

To view parts of our Sunday services, including talks by our ministers, live music, and guided readings and meditations, visit our YouTube channel!