A celebratory Interfaith service uniting people of all faiths across Greater Manchester to commemorate World Mental Health Day.
Organised by the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership Interfaith Working Group Convened with GMMH Chaplaincy Team.
A celebratory Interfaith service uniting people of all faiths across Greater Manchester to commemorate World Mental Health Day. The service inspired by Taizé, weaves in texts, readings, narratives, chants, mantras and prayer from the different faith groups.
The framework of the service uses the five ways to wellbeing for living a life well: CONNECT; LEARNING; GIVING TO OTHERS; BEING ACTIVE AND BEING MINDFUL.
We hope that all those who come will experience and connect with something spiritual and meaningful, and that they can learn from the narratives which highlight some of the issues of isolation, loneliness and consequential anxiety which can lead to mental health problems.
A key note speaker is Adele Owen from the Suicide Prevention Team at GMH&SCP. There will be an array of stalls at the event including representation from GMMH service and initiatives.
All are welcome to attend. Any queries, please ring 0161 357 1769 or email email@example.com
Thursday 10 October 2019
Manchester Cathedral from 6.30pm