Yoga – April 27th

Join us every Monday evening from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM as we come together for yoga with a certified yoga instructor. $10 per class

Yoga not only helps to improve your flexibility and strengthen your body, but it helps you to tune in to your higher self.

All levels are welcome from chair to floor.

If you plan on being on the floor, please bring a mat.

As with any exercise, please check with your physician before starting.

If this is your first time attending, please call Debe at (954) 292-1581 for more information. 

How to help those in Nepal

As you all are aware, Nepal was hit by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on Saturday and was followed up with a 6.7 aftershock this morning.  The death toll keeps climbing, but they are finding more and more injured as well.  Do you have a friend or loved one that may have been in the area of Nepal, India or Mt. Everest?  Google has set up a tool in which you can check to see if they are amongst those who have been found.  The rescue workers are attempting to check people in as they are found in order to help ease in the rescue efforts.  This way it creates a database for them to know who was found and who is still missing.  Facebook has also created an app where people can check in.  However, this is only good if the person knows about the app or if someone can check them in.

There are several ways in which we can help those in Nepal and the surrounding countries that have been affected.

  • Oxfam has set up a donation page where you can donate money directly to help in the relief efforts.  The money will help to bring food, water and shelter to those that are helping in the rescue efforts as well as to those who are injured and left with nothing after the devastation.
  • Worldvision has set up a donation page to help with food, water, shelter, emergency health intervention and any other relief that they might need.
  • American Red Cross has set up a donation page to help create classes that will help them be better prepared for future disasters.  (Yes, I know that this is probably not the best use of funds right now)
  • British Red Cross has set up a donation page to help send food, water, shelter, health care and search parties over to Nepal.
  • World Food Programme has set up a donation page to help send food and water over to the devastated areas.
  • Samaritan’s Purse is already sending enough supplies to aid 15,000 households.  However, they still need much more over in that area.  So they have set up a donation page solely to help with food, shelter, water and medical supplies to help more households.  They have also sent over 16 disaster response members to help in the search efforts as well as 6 medical personnel to aide the overflowing hospitals and clinics.
  • CARE has its boots on the ground and are helping with the search and rescue efforts.  They have set up a donations page in order to gain funding to send food, water, shelter and medical supplies over to assist in the relief effort.
  • Save the Children normally takes donations to aid in getting schooling as well as fresh food and water to children in third world countries.  They have set up a special donation page to help the children of Nepal.  Many of whom may be left orphans from this horrific tragedy.
  • UNICEF has set up a page to send aid to children and families with children.
  • Americares has people on the ground in the search and rescue efforts.  They are also taking donations in order to send supplies over to aid in the rescue as well as food, water, shelter and medical care.

Most of all, send prayers and healing energy to the rescue workers so that they can get to more survivors in time.  Send prayers and healing energy to the medical workers that they can save the injured in time.  Send prayers and healing energy to the families who have lost loved ones so that they can cope with this devastation.  Send prayers and healing energy to those who are still lost in the rubble so that they can hold on until someone can get them out. 

Ho’oponopono

If you are like us and have been hearing a ton of interesting information about Ho’oponopono but aren’t quite sure what it is or how to practice it, then make sure to come to Sunday service.  Rev. Norma Wills will be helping us to learn the history of this ancient Huna practice as well as how we can incorporate it into our daily lives.

Sunday Service from 11 AM – Noon

Then after the service, stick around and help us to plan out the months ahead in our team spirit meeting.  If you would like to talk, propose an event or have a group meet at the Fellowship, we ask that you come to the team spirit meeting with all the information ready.  If you are unable to attend the meeting, please email the information to [email protected].

Team Spirit Meeting Schedule

Month Held Month Planning For
January April
February May
March June
April July
May August
June September
July October
August November
September December
October January
November February
December March

Eclectic Mind Shoppe – April 26th

We are now holding Eclectic Mind Shoppe classes every Sunday from 10 AM – 11 AM. 

I bet you are now wondering to yourself what the Eclectic Mind Shoppe is exactly.  Well, let me tell you a little bit about it.

Each week will be a different topic with a different theme each month.  What a wonderful way to start off your week!

April – The Power of the Word.

May – Learning the Tarot.

June – Women’s Discussion Sessions.

These classes are all very much hands-on learning experiences.  We want you to be as much a part of the learning instead of just sitting and listening to someone just tell things to you. 

The suggested donation for these classes is $5 per class.  They are definitely well worth it. 

 

To find out more, feel free to join our Facebook group or visit us on meetup[4]

Yoga – April 20th

Join us every Monday evening from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM as we come together for yoga with a certified yoga instructor. $10 per class

Yoga not only helps to improve your flexibility and strengthen your body, but it helps you to tune in to your higher self.

All levels are welcome from chair to floor.

If you plan on being on the floor, please bring a mat.

As with any exercise, please check with your physician before starting.

If this is your first time attending, please call Debe at (954) 292-1581 for more information. 

Food Drive Reminder

We are starting a food drive at the Fellowship with a collection on the 3rd Sunday of the month.  Rev. Kathy Rosario will be taking the food that is collected to local food banks to help out the needy in our community.  So please make sure to bring something this Sunday.  We will have a plastic tote set up all month long so you can bring your food in at any time and place it in the tote.  However, please make sure that you firmly close the tote.  Rev. Kathy will take the food after clean up on the 3rd Sunday of the month.  Since this is the first month to have food taken, please bring something in tomorrow to show our support of the community.

 

MOST NEEDED ITEMS

  • 8oz. shelf-stable milk
  • Peanut butter
  • Cereal cups
  • Fruit cups
  • Rice and beans
  • Juice boxes
  • Granola bars
  • Canned Meals
  • Canned Soups
  • Canned tuna & meat

 

ITEMS WE CANNOT ACCEPT

  • Items that have been opened or partially-used
  • Products not in their original packaging
  • Products with no ingredient information labels
  • Homemade or home-canned goods
  • Products that have been contaminated
  • Alcoholic beverages or energy drinks of any kind
  • Items in glass jars
  • Canned items more than 3 years old
  • Any kind of medicine
  • Expired baby food or baby food not in a plastic container

Earth Day

Earth Day is fast approaching on April 22nd.  How do you plan on celebrating it?  Did you know that there are tons of events around South Florida that you can participate in?  You just have to look around.

Rev. Brenda Cannatella is going to give us her unique take on Earth Day this Sunday.

Sunday Service from 11 AM – Noon

Since this is the 3rd Sunday of the month, we will have our monthly clean up. If you are able to help, it is greatly appreciated.

Eclectic Mind Shoppe – April 19th

We are now holding Eclectic Mind Shoppe classes every Sunday from 10 AM – 11 AM. 

I bet you are now wondering to yourself what the Eclectic Mind Shoppe is exactly.  Well, let me tell you a little bit about it.

Each week will be a different topic with a different theme each month.  What a wonderful way to start off your week!

April – The Power of the Word.

May – Learning the Tarot.

June – Women’s Discussion Sessions.

These classes are all very much hands-on learning experiences.  We want you to be as much a part of the learning instead of just sitting and listening to someone just tell things to you. 

The suggested donation for these classes is $5 per class.  They are definitely well worth it. 

 

To find out more, feel free to join our Facebook group or visit us on meetup[4]

Yoga – April 13th

Join us every Monday evening from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM as we come together for yoga with a certified yoga instructor. $10 per class

Yoga not only helps to improve your flexibility and strengthen your body, but it helps you to tune in to your higher self.

All levels are welcome from chair to floor.

If you plan on being on the floor, please bring a mat.

As with any exercise, please check with your physician before starting.

If this is your first time attending, please call Debe at (954) 292-1581 for more information. 

Spiritual Healing Share – April 12th

Join us once a month for a Spiritual Healing share. This will not be a typical Reiki circle. We will have chairs and a table. People can use whatever healing modality that they know. Healers are welcome to give out cards in order to help promote their healing businesses. And healing students can come practice on others.

And if you don’t know any type of healing, you are welcome to come get a taste of various healing styles and practices.

Starting at 12:30 PM

Love donation requested for facility usage.

Also, if you are a healer and would like to do mini healing sessions at our Psychic House Party in July, please email [email protected].  The mini sessions are 15 minutes each.