Monthly Archives: February 2011

Faith flows from Asheville to Bolivia and Back

I didn’t attend any services in Asheville this week.  The sad loss of an old and beloved friend required that I make a trip to GA instead. Even so, Grace provides and I am able to share with you a … Continue reading

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Dance, Dance Revelation!

For years I’ve heard friends around Asheville talk about “Sweat Your Prayers” and how much they loved it.  Some were quite devoted to attending these community dances.  It sounded fun—I do love to dance—but I’d never made a point to … Continue reading

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National Preach-In on Global Warming Feb. 11 -13

I know of one service focused on global warming during Interfaith Light & Power’s National Preach-In this week-end: Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, David Gillette will give a program at the WNC Baha’i Center on “A Baha’i Perspective on the Environment,” … Continue reading

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Gold-Red Woman: Mother Grove Temple’s Celebration of Brigid of Ireland

Community Imbolc Ritual Feb. 5, 2011 What does it mean to “worship the Goddess”? My dictionary defines “worship” as “reverent love and allegiance”, “a set of ceremonies, prayers or other religious forms by which this love is expressed” and “ardent … Continue reading

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WNC Baha’i – Peace and Unity in an historic Asheville social club.

WNC Baha’i Center January 30, 2011 I have been curious about the Baha’i faith sense I first heard of it some 25 years ago in the early years of my spiritual search. That curiosity increased every time I passed the beautiful … Continue reading

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