School of Sufi Teaching

United Kingdom

Naqshbandi, Mujaddidi, Chishti, Qadiri & Shadhili practices

Support the Sufi School
Sufi School is a non-profit charity involved in creating awareness about Sufism and providing authentic Sufi teachings to sincere seekers.

All the teachings are given free of cost and students are not charged for attending our weekly gatherings for teaching, mentoring, discussions and group practices.

Our activities are carried out through voluntary donations. We request you to donate generously to support our work. Any amount of donation to help us to continue this good work will be appreciated and thankfully accepted.

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Name: School of Sufi Teaching
Account Number: 11397222
Sort Code: 40-03-16
Bank: HSBC UK
Address: 85 Lewisham High Street, Lewisham, London SE13 6BE
IBAN: GB47HBUK40031611397222
BIC: HBUKGB4140T

Contact

We currently hold regular meetings (free of charge) at the following locations:

UNITED KINGDOM
Birmingham

+44(0)1217331350
birmingham@sufischool.org
Birmingham Sufi Meditation Meetup Group

Lancashire

+44(0)7545261780
lancashire@sufischool.org
https://sufischool.org/lancs/
Lancashire Sufi Meditation Meetup Group

London

+44(0)2085567713
+44(0)7988962598
london@sufischool.org
http://www.schoolofsufiteaching.org
London Sufi Meditation Meetup Group

Newcastle

+44(0)7758417461
newcastle@sufischool.org
Newcastle Sufi Meditation Meetup Group

Scotland

+44(0)1259781595
+44(0)7751707741
scotland@sufischool.org
http://schoolofsufiteachingscotland.com/
Scotland Sufi Meditation Meetup Group

For information about our centres in other countries please check our central website at
http://www.sufischool.org.

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