The Rev. Rhetta Morgan will be the featured speaker at our April meeting. She is an interfaith minister, accomplished singer, activist and founder of Ecclesia Spirit, an inclusive ministry of events that support transformation, located in Philadelphia, Pa. She will be offering a dynamic program on the topic of “Spiritual Activism”.
Rev. Morgan has put together a presentation for this evening that will include a soul stirring lecture and interactive element including songs, prayers and dance, all of which will focus on positive social action that is grounded in our spiritual nature. Through this presentation, you will be given concrete strategies for change in the area (of your choice) such as social justice, politics and care of the environment. In her own words, “The change we want in the world is the outcome of both the cultivation of our inner spiritual awareness and strength as well as practical actions taken in the world. Let us come together to have fun and to inspire each other to work for a better world!”
Rev. Rhetta Morgan is an interfaith minister, musician and activist in the Philadelphia area. She is founder of Ecclesia Spirit, an inclusive ministry of gatherings, events and offerings that support profound transformation. Ordained in 2009 at One Spirit Interfaith Seminary, Rev. Morgan left a career as professional, international singer to integrate her love of music, spirituality and activism into opportunities to serve the current change in paradigm. She has worked with EQAT, Philly Thrive, The New Economy Coalition and Protecting our Waters, as musical leader and spiritual anchor. Rev. Rhetta’s most meaningful work is mentoring and counseling activists in our area, encouraging self-care and what she calls a spiritual tool box, to aid against despair, overwhelm and depression.
Here is a video of Rev. Morgan’s wonderful and prayerful singing!
“Creating a Positive Future through the Power of Intention”
Spiritual Medium and Meditation Teacher
Many of my friends and family, as well as myself, have been dealing with disorientation, anxiety, anger, and fear since The Election. I’ve identified these as areas of concern:
How to distinguish fake news from the real facts. How to trust ourselves to know what are lies and what is the truth
How to deal with the government’s thoughtless disregard in making decisions affecting our country and the security of the entire world.
How to ameliorate the constant shaming, humiliation, bullying, and lack of empathy coming to the surface on all levels of society
To help people re-center, ground and balance (and to become more pro-active), we will concentrate on the qualities of Truth, Wisdom, and Kindness as our new focus. During this evening’s program, we will focus on those qualities, through meditation and reflection, and feeling the power of those qualities, project their power out into the world, creating a new energy dynamic for the world.
To make an intention for the Good, for Truth, for Wisdom and for Kindness is a necessary pre-requisite to changing the world and its direction. Let us change the world together through intentional community and sharing.
Won’t you join us this evening?
Sheila Reynolds is a gifted channel of spirit and teacher of metaphysics. Her early influences include the writings and teachings of Carl Jung, Jane Roberts, Alan Watts, and Robert Monroe.
In 1978, Sheila co-founded Mind Matters with retired therapist Sandra Stevens author of Being Alive is Being Psychic, about how they began their metaphysical journey in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Over the years, Sheila has helped thousands of individuals enhance their meditation experiences and learn to recognize and utilize their own inner guidance.
Sheila offers private (in-person) readings, long-distance readings, and group classes. For more information about Sheila and her services, go to mindmatters.us/
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As a multi-talented musician, Harold E. Smith makes music out of anything he picks up. He plays drums, wind and percussion instruments from many continents, gongs, whistles, conch shells and the traditional Australian Didgeridoo. In the jazz domain, Harold is noted for his highly energized, emotional, and innovative style of drumming, both as a leader and sideman. In all domains, Harold Smith is a person deeply in touch with the spirit of nature and the nature of our spirit. The first time he picked up the didgeridoo, he could play it.
When he plays, he is always in conversation with the Great Spirit. He makes music that warms folk’s hearts, and brings smiles to their faces. The music comes from his heart, and his magical soul to ours. Harold has not just sought out the indigenous instruments from around the world, he has spent time with people who make and play them in concert settings and socially. From the Australian Aborigines, Wugularr Community, the very ones that made some of his Didgeridoos, sharing talks and music in his home, to the Tibetan Monks from various monasteries, Sera Je, Ganden Jangtse, and the more recent Drepung Gomang Monastery.
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