Posts Tagged: Interfaith

Universal Worship Service

Universal Worship | Rising Tide International

The Universal Worship Service is an egalitarian worship service that celebrates all of humanity’s religions and spiritual traditions on a single altar. Scriptures, songs, prayers, chants, and offerings from each of the religious traditions is accompanied with universalist prayers that honor all faiths as lights serving humanity’s unfoldment. A candle is lit representing the light of each of these religions. These services are led by a Reverend Cherag.

“Conversations With Source” ~~ A Universal Service facilitated by Rev. Zan Benham

Universal New Thought Service for Divine Connection | Rising Tide International

The Universal Worship Service is an egalitarian worship service that celebrates all of humanity’s religions and spiritual traditions on a single altar. Scriptures, songs, prayers, chants, and offerings from each of the religious traditions is accompanied with universalist prayers that honor all faiths as lights serving humanity’s unfoldment. A candle is lit representing the light of each of these religions. These services are led by a Reverend Cherag.

Tuesday Night Class: The Quest for Spiritual Liberty

This is a far-ranging class offered by local Sufi Teachers and guest teachers. Classes can range from spiritual discourse and lectures, meditation, discussion, Dances of Universal Peace, chanting, mantra yoga, spiritual exercises, ceremonies, and more.  Regular teachers of this class include (but are not limited to) Zaid Smith, Tara Anne Muir, Kismet Weeber, Nur-Al-Haqq Richard Martin,… Read more »

The Message and the Messenger: Remembering Hazrat Inayat Kahn on his Birthday

Universal Worship | Rising Tide International

The Universal Worship Service is an egalitarian worship service that celebrates all of humanity’s religions and spiritual traditions on a single altar. Scriptures, songs, prayers, chants, and offerings from each of the religious traditions is accompanied with universalist prayers that honor all faiths as lights serving humanity’s unfoldment. A candle is lit representing the light of each of these religions. These services are led by a Reverend Cherag.