The Universal Worship service is an inclusive ceremony reminding us that despite our uniqueness and diversity, we are all interconnected expressions and reflections of the One Divine Being.
Are you interested in attending a Universal Worship Service?
“The Universal Worship is not another Church to be included among the variety of existing Churches. It is a Church, which gives an opportunity to those belonging to different religions to worship together. Also, it gives practice in paying respect to the great ones who have come from time to time to serve humanity.”
~ Volume IX, Hazrat Inayat Khan
On May 7, 1921 in London, Inayat Khan introduced the Universal Worship as the Church of All and the Church of All Churches. This year, to celebrate the centennial and to spread the Consciousness of Unity, around the globe our ministers will be conducting Universal Worship on May 7 and throughout the month of May. Click on any of the points on the map to find a service near you.
A very special service will be offered from the Astana in Richmond, VA, USA on May 7 at 9am Eastern US. Representatives from the world’s major religions will participate and there will be special music. Click the button below for full information regarding that service.
We hope you can join us for one (or more) of these celebrations.
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