The Church of Spiritual Creativity developed out of Penelope’s Artist’s Way workshops. Upon completion of the workshop, many artists found they wanted to keep in touch with the power of their creative energy. Penelope developed a church service to meet these needs as a spiritual practice. The congregation currently meets 4 times a year. During the service, Penelope creates a sacred space, encourages performance and leads a visualization. After the visualization, participants are encouraged to draw and color anything that has come to them along with any words of wisdom they might have received. During sharing time, all are enriched upon hearing each individual’s message and experience. The service is to acknowledge our individual creativity as a direct connection to the divine and to honor our own inner artist and all are encouraged to express their creativity. Even those who claim “I don’t have an artist’s bone in my body!” have found this to be an enriching experience. We end with a love offering, and a closing prayer circle followed by a pot luck social time.
Our next service:
Working with the Faery Realm on our intentions for 2013.
Guest Performer: Piano selections by Candice Sherman
Saturday, January 26, 2013 – 10AM to Noon – Pot luck at Noon
Location: 4136 Minnesota Avenue
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Directions: Hwy 50 to Sunrise Blvd. Take Sunrise Blvd north, over the American River. First stop light is Fair Oaks Blvd. Turn left on Fair Oaks. Go past the first stop light (New York Ave.) First small street on the right is Campoy. Campoy dead ends on Minnesota Ave. Turn right. We are the second house on the right.
RSVP 916-837-7006, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reverend Penelope is available for ceremonies such as marriage, memorial services, and baby naming. She can help you create a ceremony that is special to you and the people who are involved. She also works to bring in the spiritual energy that consecrates the space and empowers the people in the ceremony.
Rev. Penelope E. Clement was ordained as an interfaith minister in 2003 at St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York City. She received her training from the New Seminary. Her class formed in 2001 and came together in New York immediately following 9/11. This was a very powerful experience, and made the necessity for a broader spiritual viewpoint in the world evident. Penelope and her classmates are clear that all paths to God are important, and need to be honored. She supports the Dali Lama’s view that peace is only possible if there is peace among the religions of the world.