RE: [AshevilleWaldorfandSteinerStudyGroup] Christmas Talk with visiting Christian Community Priest
- Dear Elizabeth, Thank you so much for last night! Delightful!!
Have already done "Gabriel" this morning four times!
Yes, I would like to come to the Kennedy talk on Dec. 19th.
PS I am available after Dec 15 to complete our trade from the earth conf this summer! No travel plans for rest of winter.
Amy Arrendell, M.Ed.
Brain Gym Consulting
Waterfall Mountain Retreat Center
110 Upper Grassy Branch Rd.
Asheville, NC 28805
From: AshevilleWaldorfandSteinerStudyGroup@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AshevilleWaldorfandSteinerStudyGroup@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of elizabeth_m_gilbert
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2008 11:14 PM
Subject: [AshevilleWaldorfandSteinerStudyGroup] Christmas Talk with visiting Christian Community Priest
â€œTHE HEART'S POWER OF SACRIFICEâ€
The Birth of Christ-Community Through Human Beings
A talk in anticipation of Christmas
Friday, December 19, 2008 at 6 p.m.
I wanted to let our Steiner groups know about a special event
coming up. Christian Community Priest, Patrick Kennedy is coming down
to Asheville to baptize our daughter, Alexandria, and he has kindly
offered to give a Christams talk to our community while he is here.
Patrick is a Waldorf graduate and also has a background in early
childhood education. He studied at the priests seminary in Stuttgart,
Germany and was ordained in 2006. He is now at the Washington DC area
parish and comes down to NC every other month to do services for those
interested in the Chapel Hill Steiner community.
For those of you who are not familiar with the Christian Community, it
was formed by Friedrich Rittlemeyer, with the help of Rudolf Steiner,
in the hope of renewing religion in the light of Anthroposophy. From
the CC website: "The Christian Community is a worldwide movement for
religious renewal that seeks to open the path to the living, healing
presence of Christ in the age of the free individual."
The talk will be at the Vesica Institute at 1011 Tunnel Rd, Suite 200,
Asheville, NC. No need to register, but if you could call to just let
us know you are planning on coming, that will help us get an idea of
how many chairs to put out. The talk is free but we will be taking
donations at the door to help cover Patrick's costs.
If you would like more specifics about the talk or want to let us know
you are coming, you can email me at solas9@... or call
Vesica at 298-7007.
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