Featured Events

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New date – Saturday, February 23, 9:30am – 4:30 pm   Flier
The old Egyptian djedi (made famous in the Star Wars Movies) possessed secret knowledge about releasing
the awesome power of the imagination.  Receive the wisdom teachings of the Sacred
Mystery Schools and experience special initiations for the Root, Heart, and Crown Chakras. Become more grounded, more present in the here & how.    Early bird admission: $49; day-of-workshop admission $59.   Flier

Early Bird Ticket49.00 USD
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.

New Class in March – Sign up now!

4 Tuesdays – March 5-26, 6-8 pm
An Introduction to Sufism is presented by Ali Hussain, PhD. in Islamic Studies. This four week class, combining lecture, discussion and experiential exercises will meet at the Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The suggested donation is $80.00, however, no one will be turned away if finances are a barrier to participating in this 4 week session.

Introduction to Sufism80.00 USD
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.

February 2019

Singing for Comfort

Thursday, February 14 / 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Take some time away from life’s stresses with an evening of peaceful, comforting singing. Layla Ananda will teach and lead songs that are easy to learn and sing, including some from the Threshold Choir repertoire. No experience necessary.

The word Peace from the Peace Pole at ICSGThe Peace Generator Meditation

Friday, February 15 /  7–9 PM
Bring your inner light to bring loving kindness to the world, offer healing energy,  generate world peace, create inner space for forgiveness to grow, envision miracles, and even hold our planet in light at this silent meditation circle. Stay for a few minutes or for the entire time of inner and outer harmony.  Click here to learn more about the Peace Generator vision.

Full Moon Kirtan

Sunday, February 17 / 7:00 pm
Full Moon Kirtan Michigan is an eclectic group of chanting Yogis. We are non-sectarian and focus on the practice of chanting as a transformational practice and keep theology for other events. Each Full Moon Kirtan has different chant leaders and band members. Never a dull moment as we tend towards the ecstatic side of kirtan practice.  As usual, the kirtan is open to all and free to attend. If you can we are asking for an optional love offering to help support the use of the Interfaith Center.  See you soon!  Jai Ma!

March 2019

ICSG Community Potluck written over colors of goldFirst Sunday Potluck

Sunday, March 3 / 12:30-2:00 pm
Join us directly after Sunday Service to better get to know your community.  Bring, bake, buy, or cook a dish to pass and prepare to have your taste buds and ears delighted!

Community Building Potluck Dinner

Weekly – every Tuesday / 6:00 – 8:00 pm
You are invited to participate in a potluck dinner and conversation at the Interfaith Center.  This is an opportunity to join in fellowship for a meal, get to know other Interfaith Center community members, and discuss a variety of topics or concerns.

Cafe 704 written over green movement blurred tilesCafe 704 Harmony Bones

Saturday, March 9 / 8 pm                                      $8 per person or $15 for two

Harmony Bones is Laz Slomovits, Linda Teaman, Tom Voiles, Jeanne Mackey, Eric Fithian, & John Lloyd. They offer rich vocal
harmonies and an array of instruments: guitar, flute, pennywhistle, banjo, fiddle, drums, bass, & sitar! Tonight’s concert features musical settings of 3 poems by the late Persian poet Hosain Mosavat. Hosain’s beloved wife Judy will perform with the band.. Flier

Indulge your spiritual growth with one of our weekly classes and study groups.  Explore those here. 

 

 

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