You are welcome to join us at any meeting!
Welcome! This group is intended to provide a safe, supportive and friendly environment for sharing and exploring near-death and similar experiences. We are open to the public.
Dallas / Fort Worth Metro
Jan Holden: 972-315-0300
Or, use the contact form at the bottom of this page to contact this IANDS group.
Regular Meeting Times
We meet each month except August on the second Wednesday at 7:00 PM US Central time. Sometimes, we meet in person at the church, and other times, we meet online via Zoom. To receive the most up-to-date information, please contact us through the form below.
***FEBRUARY 14 - (Via Zoom) Betty Guadagno
Betty Guadagno was a drug-addicted sex worker and self-described radical atheist when, in March of 2019, she had a spiritually transformative experience. Now, as a devout believer and in long-term recovery, she works as a life/recovery coach and lives a life beyond her wildest dreams. On Wednesday, February 14, she will join us from her home in New York via Zoom to take us through her awakening journey, where she was shown her pre-birth planning, her divine mission, and the interconnectedness of all things. Please join us this Valentine's Day to hear Betty's inspiring story.
See you there,
Pete and Jan
First United Methodist Church
(Northwest corner of Main and Summit)
Room: The Parlor -- in the front building
Enter through the double glass doors that face Main Street, turn right, and The Parlor is at the end of the (long) hallway on the right.
The DFW Friends of IANDS exists for people who’ve had near-death and/or related experiences or who have personal or professional interest in such experiences. The purpose of the group is to provide these people with a forum in which to discuss such experiences and their meaning and integration into subsequent life. Discussion takes place in an atmosphere of openness and interest/support without judgment, proselytizing, or advice-giving.
Our meeting content varies from month to month. Sometimes we have a structured program, such as a speaker or watching a relevant video followed by discussion. Other times, we “circle up” and discuss our own NDEs and related experiences and their ongoing meaning in our lives. Although we meet in a Methodist church, the group is not affiliated with the Methodist–or any specific–religion. The church is conveniently located, and they gave us permission to use a meeting room without charge. However, those who attend and who can afford to do so are asked to make a $1 contribution to the church for our use of their meeting room.