Just a gentle reminder: Sunday, October 8, 3:00 p.m. Mary Rademacher, Mark Kahny, and Mark Weymouth will perform a jazz concert at New Day you will long remember. They are experts in their field. You will have a great time. The concert is free (but there will be offering plates available to help defray the costs). There will be coffee and treats served during intermission. Not a better way to spend an autumn afternoon. Join us to experience this great event. Everyone invited.
Sunday, September 10, is a special Sunday for New Day. It is called, “Welcome Home Sunday” when we start the fall season. We will have special guest musicians and a potluck meal following worship. All people are welcome to join us.
Come hear our free concert with Mary Rademacher, Mark Kahny and Mark Weymouth on October 8, 3:00 p.m. at the New Day Church-on-the-Hill. (Freewill offering basket will be provided.)
Look for our new signpost. There are some handouts you may take explaining about our labyrinth. Pray you find a spiritual experience in walking it.
Save the date, October 8, 3:00 PM for a spectacular concert with Mary Rademacher, Mark Kahny and Mark Weymouth. Enjoy some refreshments during intermission. While you are at the church for the concert, you can check out our new labyrinth. There are signs to lead you to it.
Our very own labyrinth. Open to the whole community. Come and walk it for a spiritual experience.
New Day hosted a workshop to disseminate information about the labyrinth they built for their members and the community. All were invited. We started with some conversation, coffee and cookies. Kay Stolsonburg, a Veriditis trained facilitator, and Sheila Bartle, trained in Jungian psychology and meditation, presented labyrinth history, walking tips, and centering while walking.
After the presentations, Sheila led the attendees in a medication about the different phases of the walking process. The group was then led to the outside labyrinth to walk it and experience its spiritual energy.
New Day Church held a dedication last Sunday to consecrate the ground where they built their labyrinth. The celebration was joyful, aided by the ringing of a few of their handbells. The labyrinth is now ready for members and friends to “walk” it. All are welcome to take the spiritual journey. It is open to the community.
Carol Dodge prepared a lovely reception for our New Day Church Labyrinth Dedication Sunday. The dedication was held during worship service. It was with great joy that we all walked out to the labyrinth site, heard our handbells ringing in harmony, and sprinkled the ground with water to consecrate it. Our hope is that all who need to make a spiritual journey will walk the labyrinth. It is a great joy to feel a burden lifted and gain a feeling of peace.
The day has finally arrived. The labyrinth is 99% complete, just some grooming left to do. New Day is celebrating with a dedication during worship this coming Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Handbells will be rung to help celebrate. A reception will follow the service. All are welcome. Also a workshop will be hosted on July 25, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. to help “walkers” learn about ways to gain the most benefit from their journey into the center and out.