Sunday, March 21, 2010

The Little Feast

Come to The Little Feast – a springtime celebration of creation, creativity, and the Creator.

We see emerging around us the beginnings of a fresh springtime in the church. We experience, growing from roots deep-set in gospel soil, new forms of community, of worship, and music, and new relationships developing between younger congregations and more established church bodies and organizations.

What is happening is a celebration! A celebration of creation, creativity, and the Creator - a Little Feast (just a day after the Ascension) ... beginning in the big old living room of Rosewood Manor, with an evening of ‘the round’ - a collaboration of improvisatory musical, visual, and culinary artists... and continuing with a blessing and gathering prayer at St Alban's the next morning, followed by four thought- and conversation- stimulating presentations – by resource folk from inside and outside our own communities – along with workshops led by artists, musicians and prayerful folk from Beloved and St Alban's.

Thanks to early support from Bishop Greg and the diocese of Olympia we are off to a good start. We expect we will need to chip in about twelve bucks each for food and incidentals. We will be welcoming all who attend.

Our Lord has written the promise of resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in springtime. – Martin Luther

The Little Feast: a springtime celebration of creation, creativity, and the Creator,
with the Church of the Beloved and St. Alban's Church,
in Edmonds, Washington,
featuring Tara Ward, Tom Sine, Christine Sine, Eric Hanson, and other members of our communities

• Friday evening May 14th, 7-9pm at Rosewood Manor,
8104 220th St SW, Edmonds, WA 98026 (
• Saturday May 15th, 9.30am-3pm at St. Alban's Episcopal Church,
21405 82nd Place West, Edmonds, WA 98026 (


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