Evening Music & Spirit Service


Sunday Schedule is below
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Our mission is to create a service that allows for people to cultivate inner peace and inspire connection to Divine Source.

Music plays a major role in Music & Spirit because we believe that it provides a special spiritual connection. Along with music, the services combine spiritual readings and reflections on world issues and personal values, as well as Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Taoist and Native American beliefs and sacred texts. Spiritual healing is quietly woven throughout the service. Gathering members are welcome to light a candle to commemorate a prayer or event.
 

Upcoming Services

January Services Theme: Harmony & Wholeness

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Harmony of the Whales

Sunday, January 16 at 5:00 p.m.

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Sound waves are amplified and strengthened when more than one voice emits the same note. The wave loses strength and resonance when there is a discordant sound. Our collective vibration is a song. What kind of song do we want it to be? The humpback whale has no sharp teeth to attack. Yet, it has been documented to fiercely intervene to protect other species.  Pastor Don explores what we might learn from the whales, with music by Ronnie Romano.

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Toward Racial Harmony

Sunday, January 23 at 5:00 p.m.

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Vermont played a major role in the national movement to abolish slavery in the antebellum era.  The best known and documented site of Underground Railroad activities in the state is Rokeby, the Ferrisburgh farm of the Rowland Thomas Robinson family.  Rokeby Museum Director, Dr. Lindsay Haupt-Varner will be our guest speaker to describe the role of the Robinson family and the farm in this effort.  Music by All Souls Music Director Ronnie Romano.

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Holes in Holy Wholeness

Sunday, January 30 at 5:00 p.m.

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In the words of Leonard Cohen, “Ring the bells that still can ring, forget your perfect offering, there is a crack, a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in”.  Rev. Kim Marie Glynn will explore the places within that are broken and how these “holes” can lead us deeper into holy connection with the divine.   Pat Lambdin joins us as guest musician.