London

Sufi gatherings in London – UK

A variety of Sufi meetings are hosted regularly in London. We have a monthly programme, “Connecting to the Divine” for those who may be less familiar with gatherings of invocation and mediation, as well as fortnightly gatherings with a fuller programme of litanies and invocation. A summary is below, but for more information please do email us, we look forward to welcoming you.

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Facebook Page: Friends of the Boutchichi Tariqa (London)

Connecting to the Divine: Monthly Men’s and Women’s Circles

We invite those who are searching for a means to find contentment in their heart by drawing closer to God, to join these circles.The programme is designed to enable those familiar with Sufism, or those who are not, as well as people from all faiths, or none, to be able to participate.

We look forward to welcoming you and encourage you to spread this message to your friends and family who may be searching for a path of love, mercy, and spiritual education. The men’s circle is held on a Friday evening, 7pm-9pm, the women’s circle on a Sunday afternoon, 1:15pm to 3:15pm. Please “like” us on facebook to find out the date of the next gatherings, or check the Sufiway events page on this site for future announcements. (Facebook page: “Friends of the Boutchichi Tariqa (London)”)

Venue: Fitzrovia Community Centre, 2 Foley Street, London W1Q 6DL

Registration required, email: London@thesufiway.co.uk

“Open” gatherings: The “Wadhifa” (Regular recital)
The open men’s circle meets once a fortnight,  on Saturdays. 9.00pm till 11.30pm, in Wembley.

  • Reading of Quran (read in the Warsh Maghribi style)
 
  • Wadhifa – collection of litanies, including prayers for the lifting of oppression (Dua Nasiri) and ease for the people (Qasida Munfarija)
  • Talk & Moroccan Mint Tea
 
  • Samaa [Sufi poems] (sung in Authentic Moroccan style)
 
  • Food/Refreshment

Ladies Wadifa

The ladies circle meets once a week on Sunday afternoon, with a similar programme to the above. Email Us  for further informaiton.

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