Interfaith Ministers serve you

Our ordained Interfaith Ministers and Spiritual Counsellors carry out a range of services and functions in the community.  These vary, depending on the interests of each individual minister. 

This area of the website will give you an idea of what is available to help and support you through all the major ceremonies of life and death, and through spiritual support, listening and healing. 

You can use our Find-a-Minister directory to search for a minister to provide a particular service, or use the Minister's Map to locate a minister near you. You can expect most ministers to offer many of the following services:


Interfaith Seminary training

Interfaith Seminary - Training Ministers and Spiritual Counsellors

Times are changing.....and the consciousness of humanity is refining and re-birthing. 

This mirrors the mood in the Seminary where the radiance  of our seminary training offers a richly supported experience of community and a creative, holistic curriculum.  We know it is the time to engage courageously with the complex challenges in our world. The call to serve, to heal, to evolve is now an insistent knowing for many millions.
Our cutting edge programme leads with grace, compassion and goodwill and is the product of a profound commitment to learning. Our Seminary is a compassionate and also disciplined and vigorous process of inquiry into what it really takes to become responsive to the invitation to love within a human body.
Have you considered this invitation to yourself? We would be so delighted to welcome you and your questions.


Minister community

Full details of the community are contained in the Community Handbook which also includes information about the Interfaith Ministers Association (IMA), our professional body and membership organisation.  This is the spiritual community that provides the ground from which we go out to minister in service, and to which we return for support and sanctuary.

The community brings us together in an inclusive and mutually-nurturing body for the sharing and growth of our spiritual life. It provides a means by which we can engage together in practice, supervision and reflection.

Our ordained ministers and counsellors undertake a diverse range of ministries with the public including ceremonies, rituals, spiritual counselling and healing. Ministers are also engaged in leading retreats, running meditation groups, teaching, and public speaking. Together, they form the community of interfaith ministers.

The Association maintains a public register of all ministers who offer their services to the community and the public can find a minister for their needs either online or by contacting the office.

Also within this section of the website, you will find a comprehensive Resource Library for ministers to which you are welcome to contribute and share (Login required) and details of our expanding range of Post-Graduate training events for ministers.

Further resources are provided in the listing of Supervisors, the various Groups and Networks of ministers, and our directory of Recommended Suppliers.

IMA members can contribute to the various Discussion Forums and post their Prayer Requests.

Finally, we maintain a Memorial Page for ministers who have passed on.


How to join the Interfaith Ministers Association

Please see the IMA Membership page for details of the membership requirements, benefits and joining process.




Interfaith Reflection 

The Ground of our Being