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Election Meditation Circle: The Hidden Ground of Love
Category: Special Offerings
Date: Tuesday October 27, 2020
Cost: Free will offering
Minimum Deposit: $0.00


October 27, 2020
8:00 pm to 8:30 pm

This session will be held via Zoom

A Virtual Opportunity 
Election Meditation Circle: The Hidden Ground of Love Series
with Natalie Terry

Future dates:
November 3, 2020

Our spiritual traditions tell us about the sacredness of creating space in our life to embody our inner being, hold silence and connect with the divine spark that is in each of us. As we enter this Fall election season, we invite you to join in a weekly meditation circle, knowing that when we find the wellspring of peace within ourselves, we are then able to share it with the world. Let’s gather to create a sacred space and hold an intention to (re)discover the hidden ground of love, which is truly our original unity and our communion as a human family.  

Join us on Tuesday evenings for silent meditation with a communal intention of unity and communion.

8:00 - 8:05pm Gathering on Zoom
8:05 - 8:10pm Intention Setting, Insight & Inspiration
8:10 - 8:20pm Silent Meditation
8:20 - 8:30pm Mindful Sharing –
if you wish, you are invited to share a word or phrase about what is alive for you at this moment

Participation in all sessions is not required.

Registration is not required.

Click here to join the Zoom meeting for the Election Meditation Circle on any given Tuesday. You will first enter our Zoom waiting room and will be invited to join the Meditation Circle just before 8:00 pm by our facilitator. To honor and respect our time of shared silence, please join no later than 8:05pm. The meeting ID is 979 4308 1481.

Natalie Terry currently serves as the Assistant Executive Director of VMESC. She is a minister, preacher and educator with an ever-evolving call to accompany people and communities in their spiritual journeys. After graduating from John Carroll University with a BA in Religious Studies, Natalie served as a Humility of Mary Volunteer at Villa Maria where she inherited a love for the land and HM community. Her ministerial formation continued in California, where she received a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) from the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley. In her ministry journey, Natalie has served as the director of an Ignatian spirituality center, as a faith-based community organizer and as a high school campus minister and philosophy teacher. Natalie has a fondness for used bookstores and so if you find yourself looking for a book to read while you're at the Villa, stop by her office to peruse the bookshelf!

Free Will Offering:
Donations gratefully accepted

Checks can be made payable to VMESC
ail to:
PO Box 424
Villa Maria, PA  16155

 To make an online donation, click here.

We are grateful for your support!

For more information please call 724-964-8886. 

This session will be held via Zoom.
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Phone: 724-964-8886
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