Fellowship Committee

Fellowship Meditation

Being a living faith means that any one of us can change what we believe, if we experience a deeper truth that contradicts our previous beliefs. But in order to change, you have to be open to new thoughts, new ideas, and new experiences. You have to have your ears open to hear the experiences of the people with whom you are in community.
There is a saying that people were created with two ears and one mouth because we should listen twice as much as we speak. When we come together in community, we have the opportunity to listen to each other and gain a perspective greater than what we would have alone.
Sometimes we listen with our ears. When you are a part of a sacred, beloved community you listen not only with your ears, but also with your heart. A listening heart has the power to help us be better people. Being a living faith means that any one of us can change what we believe, if we experience a deeper truth that contradicts our previous beliefs. But in order to change, you have to be open to new thoughts, new ideas, and new experiences. You have to have your ears open to hear the experiences of the people with whom you are in community.
– Jessica York –

From the Chair….

It is my plan to engage every member and friend in a conversation about the fellowship committee and to listen with an open heart. I wanted to know the people of my community. What do you think of when I mention the word fun and fellowship? Feel free to engage me in conversation. I don’t bite.

Listed below are links to Fellowship Committee ideas and discussion. Please feel free to participate in a way that is comfortable to you, whether conversation or e-mail.
I look forward to listening to your thoughts and ideas.

Peace.

December Events: Season of Love 2010


Suggested Fellowship Activities/events