10:45 am – 12:15 pm – in person, on Zoom, & on Facebook!
Phone in: (929) 205-6099
(Meeting ID: 440 540 886#)
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.
|10/1/23||Janet Somalinog||“Flow, Being and the Infinite River of Source”|
|10/8/23||Annie Kopko||“Time for a Change”|
|10/15/23||Lyriel Claire||“Collaborating with the Flow: A Compendium”|
|10/22/23||Sari Brown||“Healing Names”|
|10/29/23||Jeanne Adwani||“Standing Between the Worlds”|
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.