April’s book selection is The Goddesses of Kitchen Avenue by Barbara Samuel. Enchanting and evocative, this book selection suggested by beloved friend (and librarian) Lara Berry, reminds us about the importance of creating community and building relationships that transcend our circumstances.
It’s official – “Twinkle’s Place” is an approved UUA Related Organization for Congregational Life!! As an interfaith minister my path has not been conventional, but it has been deeply blessed. I am grateful to be welcomed into our UU faith community and have my unique ministries be given a place of belonging. Join us in Pittsfield and on Moosehead Lake!!
This Summer on Moosehead Lake in Maine: The “ArtSeek” program, designed by Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Manning, is where “The Artist’s Way” meets “The Seeker’s Guide”!! Inspired by the works and wisdom of Julia Cameron and Elizabeth Lesser, the ArtSeek curriculum is designed to:
✫ Re-establish the artist’s commitment to her work
✫ Cultivate a relationship with whatever serves as her Muse
✫ Build a support system to foster continued creativity and joy
Happy New Year!!I am so happy to post that beginning this year I will be offering ministerial services, including Wedding Officiant Services, near our Moosehead Lake homestead. Visit the website for details!
a Water Communion Service to Gather The Beloved Community
Guest in the Pulpit: Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Manning
”Community means strength that joins us our strength to do the work that needs to be done. Arms to hold us when we falter. A circle of healing. A circle of friends. Someplace where we can be free."~ Starhawk