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FREE Intro to Pranic Healing on Tues. April 18th from 6:30pm to 8:30 p.m. in the
We invite you to experience Pranic
Healing and learn about using prana to accelerate your body's ability to heal
itself. This will be a fun and interactive workshop where you will be guided to
"scan" or feel energy, explore the chakras, see a Pranic Healing
demo, do fun experiments with energy, learn simple and effective self healing
techniques, experience the beautiful Meditation on Twin Hearts, and much more.
Participants will receive a free meditation dvd. Feel free to contact Stephanie Toney for more
information at email@example.com
Stephanie received high praise for
the last introductory pranic healing session.Brothers
on the Journey: Men
supporting men seeking to deepen their Spiritual Lives. The group meets on the the second Tuesday of the month from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. The next meeting is Tuesday, June 13th. (NO MEETING IN MAY). This is held in cooperation with the
Spirituality Network, Inc. and Illuman-Ohio. The meeting will be held at the First
Congregational Church at 444 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH. Use the N. 9th St. entrance near the church's rainbow flagpole. For more information, contact Rich Horton at 440-567-3187 or
firstname.lastname@example.org Consult Rich by phone or e-mail to find out the next meeting.
Saturday Spiritual Forum. Saturday, May 6, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $20 donation entitles visitors to two or more
spiritual readings, energy healing and lunch. If the Forum is very busy, you may not see all
readers or a particular reader. If you have not had a reading after 30
minutes upon arrival, let someone know so that we can help you. Those that are on a fixed income or financially challenged can ask for a discount from the person at the door. The Forum supports church expenses and upkeep. Pay the $20 donation if you can. Thanks.
Dances of Universal Peace. Saturday, May 13, 2017 7:00-8:30
Columbus Mennonite Church
35 Oakland Park Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43214Contact Aatoon at aatoon.nina.massey or at 614-949-6197 for more info.
This is a new song in the Healing Music by Snatam Kaur simply using the word Hallelujah.
Healing Outreach schedule and locations: We have been providing healing to residents of selected Lutheran Social Service senior residency facilities for over 10 years. This is an opportunity to meet and interact with senior people to provide energy work and conversations. The coordinators are James Brittan, Charlina Hubbard and Susan Weber. While we normally staff with those that attend the church, qualified and committed people outside the church will be considered by our coordinators. You can let James or Charlina know of your interest at church on Sundays, or send an e-mail through the website and contacts will be arranged.
-Grovewood Place, 4301 Stoner Drive, Grove City, OH 43123 (6-7 pm, 1st Monday of each month
-North Community Place, 120 Morse Road, Columbus, OH 43214 (6-7pm, 2nd Monday of each month) -Little Brook Place, 5911 Little Brook Way, Columbus OH 43232 (6-7 pm, 3rd Monday of each month)
3rd Thursday Rosary Group. The church will host a rosary ceremony on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary. The public is welcome. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. The next rosary service is being held during Holy Week on Thursday, April 13, 2017. This is a change in the normal schedule.
Lectures and Other Spiritual Contributions
area has contributions from members of the church. We are blessed with
talented people in the congregation, and we wish to share their talents
with you. Previous contributions are being replaced. If you have
something to share, please send it to the website using the e-mail tab
on the site.
Snatam Kaur sings Wahe Guru (Jio). This is a mantra to heal anger and obtain victory.
DeWitt Jones - Celebrate What's Right with the World. A beautiful video that is needed more than ever today.
Nutritional Strategies for Bone Health. This
is an article published by the National Institute of Health (NIH) about
the documented results of taking Vitamin K2 and magnesium to remove
calcium from arteries and deposit that calcium into bones. The goal is
to achieve flexible arteries and strong, hard bones. Your doctor may not know the difference between Vitamin K or K1 versus Vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 is NOT a blood thickener.