Sunday, February 12, at 10:30 a.m.
Rev. Myra Robinson preaching
Creativity as a Spiritual Practice
Join Rev. Myra Robinson, visiting from Scarborough, ME, as she expands upon why all human beings have a natural pull toward creativity and how to incorporate it more fully into our lives as a valuable spiritual practice. As she says, “I’ve been developing my own Ministry of Music in Southern Maine for many years – singing and songwriting, facilitating classes and workshops, and volunteering in a hospice choir, but it wasn’t until I was ordained as an Interfaith Chaplain that I really understood the link between Spirit and Creativity, between Music and Connectedness, and my calling to share this with a world in need of remembering.
Rev. Myra Robinson, ordained through the Chaplaincy Institute of Maine, has been a member of the U.U. Church in Saco, ME, for over 25 years where she recently facilitated a 12-week course for women, “Journal Writing as a Spiritual Practice.” She has served as both Musician of the Week (in August, 2015) and Minister of the Week (August, 2016) at Ferry Beach Conference Center as well as teaching drumming and songwriting there. She is also an accomplished poet and singer/songwriter with her own band, Bluezberry Jam, and sings in several other groups from Jazz Ensembles to Hospice Choirs. Rev. Myra conducts thoughtful services in the pulpit, for funerals, special events, and weddings and has been developing and presenting her workshop, “Sacred Sounds and Song,” throughout New England.
Please join us at 1:00 this afternoon for Rev. Myra’s workshop,
Sacred Sounds and Song.