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Middle Tennessee Branch St John Festival Reading

The Middle Tennessee Branch of the Anthroposophical Society invites you to join us for a Saint John Festival Reading on Tuesday, June 20. This gathering will be held from 7:00 -8:30 pm at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville, 1808 Woodmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee 37215.

We will read from The Cycle of the Year  As Breathing Process of the Earth Chapter 1

You can access and print this lecture from the Rudolf Steiner Archive.  Click link: https://shar.es/1B3WcF

 

 “At this season the soul of the Earth rises in longing towards the heights seeking communion with the Universe with the light and warmth of the sun and the companions the stars.”
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THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY MOVEMENT FOR RELIGIOUS RENEWAL MAY 12-13

15_Christ_Resurrection (small).jpgMay 12- 7:30 Public Talk “The Word of God”  Where it can be found? By Patrick Kennedy How can we hear the God speaking to us?

May 13- 9:30 A story of the spirit for children. Followed by a conversation with interested parents.

10:30- The Act of Consecration of the Human Being- renewed communion service. The communion service in The Christian Community does not use alcoholic wine and communion itself is open to everyone over the age of 14. Children have their own special service that matches their developmental stage and relationship to God. However children 9 and older may attend the service and not take communion.

10_An_Altar_Hidden_from_View (small)11:30 -Contemplating the Gospel and Liturgy- A gospel study after the service.

12:15- Lunch

1:00 -Open conversation Questions?

Location-4804 Sewanee Rd Nashville TN 37220

Childcare provided please RSVP.

Please RSVP to Barbara Bittles at (615) 294-1216 or email blbittles@comcast.net.

Paintings by Helen Chamberlain

Easter Festival Presentation Photos

We had a wonderful gathering for the Easter Festival. The Michael Portrait, a gift from Phyllis Phillips, the Nashville Rudolf Steiner group and the Middle Tennessee Anthroposophical Branch,  was presented to the Linden Waldorf School as a dedication to Phyllis Phillips. The portrait will hang in the Manse in the faculty lounge. Here are some photos of the presentation and the participants at the gathering. Thank you to everyone who made this a momentous event.

EASTER FESTIVAL- APRIL 23 2:30-4:30

THE EVOLUTION OF LIGHT AND DARKNESS AND COLOUR BY MICHAEL WILSON

LECTURE DISCUSSION WITH HELEN CHAMBERLAIN VEIL PAINTER AND BIODYNAMIC FARMER JEFF POPPENS

INCLUDES THE STIRRING OF BIODYNAMIC BARREL COMPOST PREP 

TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
3201 HILLSBORO RD NASHVILLE TN 37215

2:30- Chapel- The event begins with a dedication to Phyllis Phillips. A pioneer for Nashville Anthroposophy and Waldorf Education is recognized for her contributions with a portrait presentation to the Linden Waldorf School .

A reading together of the lecture “The Evolution of Light Darkness and Colour by Michael Wilson” is followed by a discussion with Helen Chamberlain and Jeff Poppen

4:00- Stirring of Biodynamic preparation barrel compost. The preparation will be available to take home for those who are interested.

Childcare is available- Please provide the number of children and their ages

Please RSVP by April 17th for childcare or the BC compost prep

Lecture is available in advance of reading  

Contact -Barbara Bittles

blbittles@comcast.net 615-294-1216

Hosted by the Anthroposophic Branch of Middle Tennessee

Donations appreciated.