Malvern interFaith Group
  
Monthly meetings are held:
at 10:30 am
on the second Sunday of the month,
in The Wheel of Life Centre, 6 North Malvern Road,
Malvern, Worcs.  WR14 4LT

Malvern interFaith webpage:  www.malverninterfaith.org.uk 
Wheel of Life Centre website: www.wheeloflifecentre.co.uk 
directions:  www.wheeloflifecentre.co.uk/directions/

  
Meeting Dates
 
Sunday 10th January 2016     led by  Ian & Susie Woodcock
  theme   Creation
Sunday 14th February 2016      led by  Brietta Pinder 
  theme   Power
Sunday 13th March 2016      led by  Lorraine Munn 
  theme   What is God?
Sunday 10th April 2016      led by  Kevin Devaney & Bee Wells
  theme   Marriage
Sunday 8th May 2016      led by  Lionel Shorstone 
  theme   The Green Man
Sunday 12th June 2016       led by   Paul Sandover
  theme   
Sunday 10th July 2016      led by   Lorraine Munn
  theme   
Sunday 14th August 2016      led by   Lionel Shorstone
  theme   A Matter of Life and Death
Sunday 11th September 2016      led by   Lorraine Munn
  theme   
Sunday 9th October 2016      led by   Rick Banbury
  theme   
Sunday 13th November 2016      led by   Brietta Pinder & Bee Wells
  theme   
Sunday 11th December 2016      led by   
  theme   
  
About the Meeting
   

In our interFaith Group we sit in a circle next to people who believe quite different things to what we've heard so far.  And we love it, because we're all right!

The one thing we have in common is that we all believe there is more to Life than what you see.  We don't even have a common name for whatever else it is that's 'out there'.  Many of us start by strengthening our connection with Nature and progress from there.

In our meetings we sing, pray, chant and meditate, but the meetings are like a buffet meal - you choose the bits that suit you and nobody feels embarrassed by choosing just to watch.

We meet at 10:30am on the second Sunday of each month at the Wheel of Life Centre on North Malvern Road.  Sometimes the meetings last as much as two hours because we're all enjoying ourselves and don't bother about the time, but if someone has to leave early it doesn't matter.

You're almost certain to go away feeling better than when you arrived!

   
What people have said:
  
"I thought it would be too religious, but I have a smile all the way through."
"I turn down invitations so I don't miss the service."
"I come away from the service with a feeling of deep peace and joy."
"I can voice my faith without causing offence."
  
   
  Page last updated: 03 September 2016