Friends, join us in Bangor on Saturday, June 1st at 7:30pm for the Emma’s Revolution Concert with Women With Wings!! Pat Humpries and Sandy Opatow are award winning songwriters, whose compelling lyrics and beautiful harmonies lead the way forward in our justice movements. Our own Women With Wings singing group will be joining them for several songs. What a joyous evening it will be! Click the links below for tickets.
Spring has arrived…and along with it, the Sun. Love these guys! Love our life. Love this lake. #LifeInMaine
Join us for “Coffee Talk” at The Common at Central Hall on Tuesday, May 28th at 10:00AM. Our guest speaker this month is “Twinkle” Marie Manning. Twinkle is a Media Consultant and Development Director with more than two decades experience in the television and publishing fields. Her clients have included municipalities and companies seeking economic development solutions, authors, artists and organizations wanting to get their work out into the world. Twinkle will share her nuanced approach to media relations and marketing, as well as industry best practices, tools of the trade and innovative fundraising techniques with those who have the desire to learn how to promote their organizations and works via community television, radio, print publications, social media and in-person and online events.
The Common at Central Hall Address: 152 E Main St. Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
This song may well encompass 80-90% of what I preach about in churches, and talk about in media presentations.
Time is precious. Do something you love.
(PS: Dad and Charlie would have Loved performing this song…so in my mind, they are)
What a blessing it is to have these beautiful women in my life! What do we do when the Calendar says Spring but the weather still indicates “not yet”? Ladies Craft Night Adventures!
This sweet, compassionate, musical, creative, hilarious, (sometimes frustrating), smart, loving, handsome, nature-loving boy is 12 Years Old Today!
It is with sadness we share that Rev. Dr. Dorothy May Emerson passed away yesterday. Dorothy is one of my colleagues and one of the authors I published through Matrika Press. Her impact on the Unitarian Universalist faith tradition, and on the UU Women’s Movement is enormous, as are her contributions to bringing awareness and solutions to Class discrimination.
We have explored Sue Monk Kidd‘s groundbreaking memoir: The Dance of the Dissident Daughter, describing Kidd’s journey into feminist theology. As well as the soulful tale of The Mermaid Chair.This Autumn we delve into two more of Sue’s inspirational manuscripts:
Firstlight: The Early Inspiration Writings, the spiritual essays, meditations, and inspirational stories Sue wrote in her thirties – all collected into a single volume.
When the Heart Waits, an autobiographical account of Sue’s personal pain, spiritual awakening, and divine grace that has become a touchstone on contemplative spirituality teaching the discipline of “active waiting.”