Friday, October 17, 2014

S.T.A.R. – Tranquility With Tea Service for October

Sacred Traditions And Rituals
a call to connection

Invites You and a Friend or two to join us …

Tranquility With Tea
a service devoted to quieting minds, opening hearts, soothing souls

Our prayerful and meditative reflection “Woman At The Well” is a first-person, dramatic monologue offered by Molly Wilkes – retired United Methodist minister.

The presentation recounts the Gospel story in a way that includes some of the possible feelings, emotions, hopes and fears this woman, who met Jesus, may have experienced.

A portion of the offering collected has been designated for the Missy Turner Fund –
  a fund established to celebrate the life of Missy Turner … assisting individuals and families with cancer or
 those who are being routinely screened for breast cancer and need financial assistance.     

Sunday Evening, October 26th at 6:00 pm
in the Fellowship Hall
Central United Methodist Church
233 North Church Street
Spartanburg, South Carolina


Honoring the Prophets and Mystics
a service devoted to celebrating the lives of all saints

Sunday Evening, November 9th


Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Blessing of the Animals

Sacred Traditions and Rituals 
a call to connection 
invites you and a friend or two to join us for 

Blessing the Animals & Those Who Love Them 
a service devoted to blessing all God's creatures, 
6 pm Sunday
October 12
Any and all animal friends -- dogs, cats, hamsters, rabbits, horses, goats, chickens, etc., a favorite stuffed animal or a photo of an animal friend are welcome under the portico at the rear of the church.

Please keep live animals restrained -- in your arms, on leashes, in crates, cages or trailers. 

Please bring along a donation of food, kitty litter, towels, etc.  for the Spartanburg  Humane Society Shelter to help care for God's creatures in need.

In case of rain, we will gather in the parking garage behind the church.

We'll be back in the Fellowship Hall for the Tranquility with Tea Service, at 6 pm Sunday, October 26 when
the Reverend Molly Wilkes will present a dramatic interpretation of "Woman at the Well."

Tuesday, October 7, 2014