Looking around our Beacon Sanctuary, you’re likely to think: “Wow, these artists are so creative.” And, yes, they surely are. However, creativity lives within each of us and extends beyond the visual, literary, or performing arts. In this service, Rev. Robin will explore where creativity originates, how it is sparked and unleashed, and how it can support us in our lives.
One of our newest members, Cheryl Austin, will also offer a personal reflection on the topic. Music from Jason Drahos and Austin Shaw.
BRING YOUR CREATIVE SPIRIT! We’re building a creativity altar, too. Bring a creation, an object or tool that represents creativity in your life. This could be anything from a paint brush to a drill to a scientific instrument to a muffin tin, to a thumb drive, to a guitar pick to a pair of garden gloves.
Come to the Post-Service Gatherings at 11 am to connect, share joys and sorrows, and reflect on the service. These will be held in person, in the backyard of the church so that we may remove our masks.
PREVIEW – MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Worship for October 10, 2021 A very special service honoring Indigenous People’s Day :
Hosted by Rev. Robin, with Annette McGivney, Hilary Giovale and members of the Indigenous Circle of Flagstaff. Annette is the author of “Pure Land” and one of the founders of the Healing Lands Project. https://healinglandsproject.com Hilary is the founder of Good Relative http://www.goodrelative.com Both women are deeply committed to engendering respect and support for indigenous communities, their sacred rituals and their land.