Join us Sunday, January 10 at 11:00 a.m. as our Interim Senior Minister, Rev. Daybree Thoms guides us through the White Stone Ceremony.
After last Sunday’s Burning Bowl Ceremony, we have released all that does not serve our Highest Good. This week, we reinvent ourselves anew by choosing a new name or intension for ourselves in the New Year. The tradition of the White Stone is taken from the biblical story of Abram and Sarai. When they made their connection with Divine, God gave them each a new name, Abraham and Sarah, signifying a change in consciousness.
In biblical times a name was a very sacred thing. Choosing a name, word of inspiration, or wish and writing it on the white stone becomes a powerful symbol of who you have become. The white stone you will hold and write upon comes from Israel. With our stone and new name, we free ourselves to live more fully on a path to greater insights and awareness of who we are. Look at the stone, meditate upon it all during the year.
You may join us either in the sanctuary on January 10, or participate at unityofthekeys.org/livestream Masks and social distancing are required in the sanctuary. We have white stones available at the service, in the church office, or outside in the courtyard for pick up.
Contact the church for more information.