Celebrating God's Love: A Public Meeting for Worship

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Celebrating God's Love: A Public Meeting for Worship

Time: 2nd mo. 14, 2013 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: The Cedar Works
Street: 4919 Pentridge Street
City/Town: Philadelphia
Website or Map: http://thecedarworks.com/
Phone: 917-860-5904
Event Type: worship
Organized By: H. Wayne Williams
Latest Activity: 2nd month 6, 2013

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Come join a unique opportunity to experience and share the Love on Valentine's Day in the manner of Friends (Quakers)!
From 6-7pm, we will gather for silent, waiting worship (also called "unprogrammed worship") where all are encouraged to rise and speak out of the silence as led by the motions of the Spirit, Love, and Truth. From 7-8pm, we will transition into worship that includes music, singing, sharing, sacred texts, prayer and whatever else Spirit has planned for us with Love!
 
Yummy refreshments will be served!!
 
You are welcome to bring something, anything, to share. 
And invite a friend!
 
***Please be advised***
Those who arrive after 6:20 will be seated during the transition into the 2nd hour at 7pm.  If you are a late-comer, or only plan to come for the 2nd hour, space has a common area for you to wait and hopefully make a new friend or two!
 
Sponsored by The Friends of Jesus Fellowship and other Friends of the W. Philly Worship Group. www.friendsofjesusfellowship.org

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