Upcoming Events

What is Your Inner Harvest: A SoulCollage® Workshop

Sunday, March 17, 2019, 1-5 p.m.

“Archetypes are like universal patterns of energy, appearing in every culture across time. They are best met and experienced with images.”
Seena Frost

What have been the guiding archetypes in your life? Archetypes include Teacher, Healer, Warrior, Mother, Father, Child, Fool, Artist, Seeker, and so many more.

In this workshop we will use imagery to collage cards representing the archetypes active in our lives and dialogue with them.

SoulCollage® is fun. No artistic experience is necessary. All materials are supplied. Both beginning and experienced SoulCollagers are welcome in this workshop.

Don’t forget to wear green!

Space is limited to 15 participants.

All materials are supplied. No artistic experience is necessary.

Church of the Incarnation
Short Hall
Space is limited, register today.

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Connie Beall, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, has been working with SoulCollage® since 2011 and trained as a SoulCollage® facilitator in 2012. She delights in sharing SoulCollage® in workshops, retreats, and in private sessions. Her personal collection of SoulCollage® cards numbers over 200 and continues to grow. A Veriditas certified Labyrinth Facilitator, Connie loves to integrate the process of SoulCollage® with labyrinth walks.

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Connie Beall

Good Friday Concert – The Mozart Requiem

April 19, 8:00 p.m.
Church of the Incarnation

The St. Cecilia Choir, the choral ensemble Cantiamo, the Incarnation Orchestra, and soloists will sing Mozart’s beloved Requiem on Good Friday evening, April 19 at 8:00 p.m. at the Church of the Incarnation. Mark Penn will be our guest conductor. Mozart’s Requiem is a choral masterpiece whose origin is shrouded in mystery, one that makes the piece all the more fascinating and emotionally stirring. Mozart was not in the best state of mind when he received an anonymous commission to compose a Requiem Mass. His health was deteriorating, and he believed he had been cursed to write a requiem as a “swan song” for himself. Mozart died at the age of 35 on December 5, 1791, before he could complete the work. His widow, Constanze, asked Mozart’s pupil, Süssmayer, to whom the composer had given detailed instructions, to complete the score. Tickets are Preferred $25 and General $20, and they can be purchased from any St. Cecilia Choir member or by calling the church office at 579-2604.

Vigil Against Gun Violence

Sunday, March 24, 4:00 p.m.

From Sandy Hook to Las Vegas to Parkland to Aurora, and too many other places to name, this country is plagued by an epidemic of gun violence unique among developed nations. Together with many other faith communities, the Episcopal Church seeks to work toward an end to this epidemic. Please mark your calendars for this special liturgy of prayer, lament, and call to action, held on the one-year anniversary of the March for Our Lives. Featured in the service will be The Murder of Innocents, a musical piece composed especially for this event by our own Beverly Kinnison and sung by the Alleluia Choir.

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