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The morning and evening services are conducted every day at the UK Centre.
At the morning service, we express our gratitude for the gift of life given by God's complete providence and pray for blessings to keep us in good health and free of troubles. At the evening service, we reflect on ourselves, thank God for guiding us through the day and ask God for continued blessings tomorrow.
We are taught that the Service is the ultimate means of universal salvation. We practice the Hand with Dance Movements and the musical instruments for the service, taking as much opportunity as possible.
The Monthly Service takes place at the Tenrikyo UK Centre every first Sunday of each Month. After the Service there is usually a sermon followed by Divine Healing session and a tea party. There is also the opportunity to have a discussion, practise the Service instruments and the Dance with Hand Movements for the service.
The Ladies Meeting usually takes place every month and is a chance for ladies to practise the service and do Hinokishin together. 17 Feb (11am), 17 Mar (7pm), 16 Jun (7pm), 15 Sep (7pm), 19 Oct (11am), 16 Nov (11am)
The Joy Workshop is a 2 hour interactive basic introduction for beginners.
The Weekend Seminar takes place a number of weekends a year. It is designed to learn the basic teachings and come in touch with the faith during the overnight stay. It also provides an opportunity of receiving the Osazuke (Divine Grant).
The UK Centre holds the Children's Fun Day regularly. Children enjoy various programmes such as games, songs, drawing, and hand dance/musical instrument practice.
At the New Year's Day, we perform the Service to express our gratitude to God for the blessings we received the past year as well as to pray for continued protection and guidance throughout the New Year.
"Hinokishin" is spontaneous action that expresses our gratitude for God the Parent's providence. Implementing the spirit of hinokishin, the UK Centre holds the "Hinokishin Day" at Hyde Park.
"Nioigake" means to sprinkle the fragrance of our joy of faith in God the Parent.The UK Centre holds the "Nioigake Day" and conveys the wonderful teachings to as many people as possible.
This annual event takes place in London and Leeds with special guest speaker. This is an introductory lecture for those who have yet heard of the teaching. This event also provides with a Sazuke session where the Sazuke, the Divine Grant, is administered to those who suffer from illnesses.