What did our ancestors have to say about our closest Heavenly Body? There was a time when the feminine and her guiding light, the Moon, were all-powerful. In these peaceful, agrarian societies, primal feminine powers: emotion, sexuality, creation, communion with nature – were honored. And the moon, which waxed and waned in predictable cycles, was a symbol for the birth, growth, death, and renewal of life on Earth. What can she reveal to the world today?
Maggie Reister is an active member of the First Unitarian Church of Hobart. Past president of the Board, she currently serves as chair of Worship Ministry and Right relations Task Force. Maggie is a singer & actor in the community theater and she has been a financial advisor for over 30 years. She lives in Valparaiso Indiana with her husband Tom. They love to visit their two children and six grandchildren in North Carolina.
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First Hour Religious Education
9:00 – Check In & Connection
Patricia Riley-Churilla, Facilitator
Do you have an idea for a First Hour topic? If so, Contact Janet French, Interim Director of Religious Education at email@example.com or 219-707-0167.
12:00 – Coffee Hour