Monday, November 10, 2014

What next

We are still selling our knitted items to raise money for a sanctuary where spiritual education will take a high profile along with therapies and healing both for animals and humans.  Venue and advertising can be expensive and until we can find a building to call our own this will be an on going problem.  Tomorrow we will be holding our course "Intuitive Ways with a Sketchbook" and we will be devoted to a day of encaustic wax with meditations.  This day will be totally different to anything else we have done.  Why not come and join us at Woodford Spiritualist Church from 1 pm to 5.30 pm (more details on Yesterdays workshop produced some very simple pieces used for readings based angelic meditations and you can see how simple they were from the picture posted here.   Roz is kindly holding the fort on Friday at the awareness group, as we will be at a Holistic and Psychic Fayre doing readings and hopefully selling a few knitted items.  There will be other sellers there so you might grab a few Yule or Christmas presents as well.  Details can be found in the previous post to this one.  There is also an excellent workshop at St. Albans Spiritualist Church on the 15th November with Alan Albiston. Its starts at 12 noon and finishes at 4 pm  and the admission is £15 (for more details ring 07716 475258). On Sunday we are at "Island of Light" at Barbara Barnes Special where there will be various readers including Phil Warr, Paul Charnick, Brenda Hodgson, plus of course both Daniel and I.  Finally on Monday17th November we are at Woolwich again as previously mentioned in the last post or for more details ring Peter Brewster on 07466 978554.  Then on Wednesday 19th November we will be holding our second event at Epping "Ask the Angels" which will start at 7.15 pm and finish at 9.30 pm.  This will include an interactive workshop plus a break for meeting and greeting other people attend the event.  The address is The Friends Meeting House, Hemnall Street, Epping. CM16 4LL (Harlow end of Epping) entrance £6 which includes your tea or coffee plus biscuits. Next month will be our seasonal special "Ringing in the Yule" with Liz Gale and Nigel Irving.

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