Sunday Services

10:45 am – 12:15 pm – in person, on Zoom, & on Facebook!

The Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth has been a dynamic community of spiritual seekers for 24 years. Each Sunday we gather to explore and grow from universal truths from all spiritual paths. Our services include a  short meditation and reading, music, an in-depth talk by a minister or guest speaker, an open-mic time to discuss the talk,  and community greetings.  See more about our Sunday services below.

Join us for coffee in the Social Hall after services
and a potluck lunch the first Sunday of each month.

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October 2023

10/1/23Janet Somalinog“Flow, Being and the Infinite River of Source”
10/8/23Annie Kopko“Time for a Change”
10/15/23Lyriel Claire“Collaborating with the Flow: A Compendium”
10/22/23Sari Brown“Healing Names”
10/29/23Jeanne Adwani“Standing Between the Worlds”


Senior Minister David T. Bell gives a Sunday lesson at the Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth, an alternative to church in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Founding Minister David T. Bell
Potluck lunch with our Sufi sisters at the Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth.
Sharing a meal with our Sufi sisters. Potluck lunches are the first Sunday of the month in the Social Hall. (Currently suspended due to Covid.)
Image of one of our "Youthful Spirits" after bobbing for apples.
Better than Halloween candy! Our “Youthful Spirits” celebrate values and principles that transcend religion — like peace, forgiveness, and service.

Sunday Services

Sunday services may draw upon sources as diverse as the poetry of Rumi, a teaching from the Buddha, a story about Jesus, a Jewish chant, and a reading from A Course in Miracles.

Prayer, singing, and community announcements open our Sunday celebrations.  We take a few moments to greet each other with “Namaste” (Sanskrit for “the Divinity in me salutes the Divinity in you”). Each week also features guest musicians, a spiritual  reading and a guided meditation. These are offered by volunteers and expose us to diverse practices and perspectives.

The core of our shared learning is a lesson by one of our ministers or a guest speaker each Sunday, followed by Open Mic time. Open Mic is a time for spontaneous responses to the morning’s teachings. Anyone canshare a question, struggle, or insight. Honest sharing connects us and helps us ground new spiritual insights in the reality of daily living.

We close by singing a Sufi benediction.

We are an open and affirming community.  Newcomers, please stop by the Welcome Table near the entryway to learn more.

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