Description: The Interfaith Temple Circles of Love
*** Healing Circle***
Energy and Spiritual Healing have been practiced since ancient times. Shamans, medicine women and men, and practitioners of many different modalities have learned to work with the human energy field to promote natural healing for body, mind and spirit.
Rev. Dr. Victor Fuhrman, a Traditional Reiki Master, and The Interfaith Temple, will be hosting Healing Circles on Zoom every month on the fourth Wednesday, from 7:30—8:30 PM Eastern. Each circle will include a guided healing meditation, discussion among the attendees of their experience with energy healing, and collective healing for the highest good of all in attendance.
Audience: All are invited to come as you are, and as you believe.
Description: The Interfaith Temple - "Interfaith Torah"
One of the definitions of the Hebrew word "Torah" is "instructions."
Do you read the instructions that come with your new item, or do you throw them out and figure it out on your own? What instructions do you follow in your life and with your faith?
Rev. Dr. Victor, Rev. Dr. Samora, and Rev. Maven Eve share the importance of "torah" for us all.
Every service features inspiring music, thought-provoking readings and message, peaceful meditations, soulful prayer, unconditional love and community. All are invited to come as you are, and as you believe.
A time for kinship follows the service. All are welcome!
The service is offered free of charge.
Please help us keep our services free for all by making a generous, heartfelt donation as you are able.
Circle of Love: Being Spiritually Fluid in Today's World
Contact Name: Stacy Lee Goforth
Meetings: 6 Wednesdays - Monthly Meetings
Date: October 6th, 2021
Time: 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM America/New_York
Event Type: Zoom
Audience: Anyone questioning their faith or religion, or anyone interested in learning more about spiritual pluralism
Description: The Interfaith Temple's Circles of Love
Crossing Religious Boundaries:
Spiritual Fluidity and Religious Multiplicity Today
"Faith is not clinging to a shrine but an endless pilgrimage of the heart."
– Abraham Joshua Heschel
What does it mean to be "Spiritually Fluid"?
Whether we are devotees to a specific faith tradition or practice a blend of spiritual observances, we should take a look at where religion was, where it is today, and where it is going.
Join us as we explore and create a safe space to share our understanding of what it means to be spiritually fluid, or to practice religious multiplicity and how it shapes our lives, our society, and the future of religion. Who are the "Nones" (people who have no religious affiliation) or the "SBNR" (Spiritual but Not Religious) and how are they influencing religious practice and doctrine? Do we choose our religion or does it choose us? Is it possible to create a religion all our own when a community is such an intricate part of practice?
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