Splendor Mandala by Julie Hliboki

"Splendor" Mandala
Julie Hliboki

Meditation

Inhale,
and God approaches you.
Hold the inhalation,
and God remains with you.
Exhale,
and you approach God.
Hold the exhalation,
and surrender to God.

Krishnamacharya

Introducing a new series of 'Evening with an Author' 

Book signing and Presentation by Carl McColman
Author of 'The Big Book of Christian Mysticism'

Thursday, August 14, 2014, from 7 - 9pm
Location: 8450 Valemont Drive, Atlanta, GA 30350

 
Mysticism is a topic many people associate with eastern spiritual practices such as Zen Buddhism or yoga. But Christianity has its own mystical tradition with a long and rich history that reaches back to the early days of the Christian scriptures and remains surprisingly relevant today. 'The Big Book of Christian Mysticism' explores this rich tradition and shows how it can be a powerful tool for transformation and the experience of the Divine.

Selected as one of the best spiritual books of 2010 by spiritualityandpractice.com, 'The Big Book of Christian Mysticism' has been highly praised by a variety of spiritual teachers and authors. 

There is no charge for this event, but donations to Neshama Interfaith Center are always welcome!
 
Please RSVP to Sue Chase at sue@neshamainterfaithcenter.org.  Space is limited.

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Partnership with Habitat For Humanity

Sundays, from 8am and 4pm, on various dates: 8/17; 8/24; 9/7; 9/14; 9/21; 9/28; and 10/5.
Location: Near I-20W and I-285 (on the west side of Atlanta)

Neshama Interfaith Center is proud to partner with Habitat For Humanity in this important venture, to assist in providing accomodation for a family, a mother and two sons, one of whom has disabilities.

We need to help ensure that there are atleast 3 people assisting every Sunday - workers must be older than 17.  Anyone under 17 years of age can help serve food. Neshama is going to help bring breakfast and lunch on Sunday September 28, along with Temple Sinai, for approximately 55 people.  Please lend us your support !

Watch this space for more details, but if you have questions or want to sign up, please contact Rabbi Mitch Cohen at mcohen5@comcast.net.