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World Mental Health Day Interfaith Service at Manchester Cathedral

The World Mental Health Day Interfaith Service was born out a simple vision – for faith communities to collaborate with health and social agencies, to address the mental health inequalities that we increasingly recognise in our midst and in doing so to build a stronger society. We are Manchester. We are stronger together. The service will be a wonderfully rich array of different groups, expressing their rituals, prayers, songs, meditations and music that essentially express the contribution that faith makes to our daily need for balance and mental well-being.