"Night of Destiny" ~ This evening commemorates and celebrates the night the Qur'an was first Revealed to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). 7:15-10:15pm. We will break fast at 8:55pm with water and dates, share prayer, then enjoy a potluck feast. Bring a prepared dish to share.
We will gather with InterSpiritual Community Summit spiritual guides, Ann Holmes Redding & Jamal Rahman to learn about and experience this important Islamic holy night.
This gathering occurs during the month of Ramadan. We will break fast at sunset (8:55pm) with water and dates, participate in traditional Islamic prayer, and partake of a delicious potluck meal—please bring a prepared dish to share. Non-Muslims are invited to fast sunrise to sunset this day (if health permits) to experience the blessings of Ramadan.
A Late Night Prayer Vigil will follow the program and dinner (after 10:15pm).
“Night of Destiny” is our fourth InterSpiritual Community Summit Hospitality Visit offered following the InterSpiritual Community Summit “Harvesting Hope” held August 2013 at Interfaith Community Sanctuary. Other visits included St. Mark’s Cathedral Labyrinth Walk on New Year’s Eve hosted by Ann Holmes Redding, Sant Nirankari Mission Gathering of Saints in January hosted by Rajesh Fandan and Anjana Grover, Choeizan Enkyoji Nichiren Buddhist Temple in March hosted by Rev. Kanjin Cederman, InterSpiritual Seder with Rabbi Ted Falcon in April.
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For info about our 2014 InterSpiritual Community Summit contact John Hale firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: CompassionateSeattleHome.org
For info about “Night of Destiny” contact Rev. Karen Lindquist email@example.com 206.783.1618.
Interfaith Community Kirtan: Come and sing and chant! Bring your Instruments! Saturday August 9th 7:00-9:00 pm.
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Interfaith Community Sanctuary
1763 NW 62nd Street—Ballard 98107
Come chant and sing with us.
Bring your musical instruments.
Suggested donation: $10-20.
This gathering of friends is a benefit for Interfaith Community Sanctuary Building Fund and
SAMC (Suraiya Ataur Medical Clinic) in Chondipur Village, Bangladesh.
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ART Exhibit: Saturday evenings 6-9pm we are one of the Ballard Art Walk locations. Currently we are featuring Communal Art guided by Rev. Linda Stern in our Sanctuary (upstairs).
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Every two months ICS would like to feature a guest artist in the Fellowship Hall (downstairs).
Ongoing in the Sanctuary (upstairs) congregant’s communal art, created during spiritual retreats, is featured. Each unique piece has been designed by artist Linda Stern, who guides congregants in the art experience.
Exploring Spiritual Activism: A Monthly Transformative Learning Circle!
Occupy Chaplains Seattle and Interfaith Community Sanctuary invite you to explore the intersection of activism and spirituality - how to keep from burning out, how to bring our personal realization to benefit the world, how to be the community of change we wish to see.
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We’re in the middle of an evolutionary shift in consciousness that will lead us to a new society and we are facing the biggest ecological changes in human history that threaten to eliminate civilization. 2013 was proclaimed “a year of activism and protest in the Seattle area.” How do we navigate the waters of change and assist in turning the tide toward a more just and compassionate world for all living creatures? In 2014, the Interfaith Community Sanctuary and Occupy Chaplains invite you to explore the dynamics of Spiritual Activism.
Gathering as a transformative learning community, all participants will share knowledge and experience, staying open to mystery and inspiration. We are all learning together, creating a field of discovery in which wisdom can emerge. Through a wide array of learning and unlearning modalities, we hope to enrich our understanding, transform our experience, and seed new actions in our lives.
Each month we will explore one of the Principles of Spiritual Activism as delineated by Will Keepin, Cynthia Brix, and the Satyana Institute.
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