Sounds Sacred (to me): Ashes to Ashes is this Sunday evening, a service of poetry and music centered around the Christian season of Lent, with a reminder that we are not God, we are only human; we are dust and to dust we shall return. This gathering will explore the themes of Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent: that we are mortal, that we are broken and in need of forgiveness.
Come and participate in whatever ways make the most sense for you. There will be paper and pens at tables for you to reflect by drawing or writing down words if you want. There will be an open space time when you can plant a seed, receive communion, offer gratitude, receive ashes on your forehead or just sit and reflect in your own space.
This will be my final Sounds Sacred (to me) in this space before I head off to California. It has been a lovely space for me to participate in, and I hope that it has been for others too–and that however it continues into the future, it opens space for people to encounter something that sounds sacred to them.
Director of The Project F-M