Sunday Celebration

“Music and Sharings Along the Spiritual Way

Celebration Starts at 10:30 AM

Sunday October 30, 2016








Oct. 30—Rev. Jeanne Elodie brings us "Samhain Black Moon Magic: Powerful Intentions & Deep Listening."Come in costumes, hats, wigs, makeup, mustaches - whatever! AND bring a photo or object to place on the altar to remember a loved one that has passed on.(This is also a New Members Sunday!Reply to this email to let me know if you are interested in joining our wonderful community and I will be in touch.)

The new moon is a powerful time to set intentions in Wiccan belief. The black moon is the second new moon in any month. The moon is powerful feminine energy, cyclic, and related to water and tides; this year October begins and ends with a new moon. This time of year - when the harvest is done and winter approaches - is seen as a liminal time, a time to turn inward, a time to listen deeply, and a time when the veil between this world and the Spiritworld is thinnest - meaning the 'spirits' and 'fairies' can communicate with us more easily, and we with them.

Guest Speaker: artist, poet, nurse practitioner and yoga teacher Abigail Boehm speaks about her beautiful and powerful "Goddesses Remembered" art exhibit on view in the Pebble Sanctuary through November.



Upcoming Celebration Programs






Nov. 6 – John E. Welshons (Ramananda) will make his quadrennial visit to Pebble to raise our consciousness in the morning celebration and then lead a workshop in the afternoon.   John is a highly respected contemporary spiritual teacher who lectures and leads meditation courses throughout North America.  He has been a practitioner of vipassana (mindfulness) meditation and various forms of yoga for more than forty years. In addition to his new book, One Soul, One Love, One Heart: The Sacred Path to Healing All Relationships, he is also the author of Awakening from Grief: Finding the Way Back to Joy and When Prayers Aren’t Answered, two books that emerged from his thirty-five years of experience helping people deal with dramatic life change and loss. 


John has studied world religions throughout his life, and holds a B.A. in Comparative Religions from the University of South Florida, and an M.A. in History of Religions from Florida State University.  He has also traveled and studied extensively in India. He is a gifted counselor and teacher who has worked closely with Ram Dass and Stephen Levine and trained with Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.


His workshops and lectures are offered in personal growth centers, yoga schools, churches, hospitals, hospices, corporations, colleges, and universities. He is also available for one-on-one consultations.  


Nov. 13 – Deep Spirituality.  Dr. Diane Eyer, an Energy Therapist and author of three nationally acclaimed books on psychology and parenting, will talk about her journey into deep spirituality.  She likes to say she is a “recovering academic.”  Dr. Eyer’s journey began two decades ago when she discovered her “right brain”—the intuitive realm that leads to what Jesus referred to as “the Kingdom within.”  


In addition to talking about her spiritual growth, Dr. Eyer offers the free gift of a new book, Father Ahaha (the Hebrew word for love), written by Dr. Ann Marie Nielsen.  This book was recently launched at the White House and is a powerful tool for forgiveness and awakening to the deeper self.


As a bonus, Dr. Eyer was recently guided in meditation to make jewelry for healing using the resonant properties of certain semiprecious gemstones.  Amethyst, for example, helps in the awakening of spiritual guidance.  Rose quartz, the heart, agate and fluorite for calming, and so forth.  


Nov 20 – Living from the heart. Led by Rev. Jeanne Elodie, featuring speaker Dr. Paolo Propato.  Dr. Paolo, a "bridge acupuncturist," willl speak about the heart's wisdom and how it correlates to acupuncture points and meridians with a segment on angels!  This is our Thanksgiving Sunday, or "Pie Sunday" in gratitude for abundance—so bring pies for dessert after celebration!  Facilitated a meditation on this at NHMS .


Nov 27 –Being Raw & Real: Vulnerability in Daily Life with Rev. Edie Weinstein MSW, LSW.  Edie has discovered that peeling off the layers to reveal the real has its rewards and challenges. She shares the insights that have arisen as a result of becoming emotionally buck nekkid, with the intention of having us realize that we can stretch comfort zones as well and expose our hearts to each other.


Edie is a colorfully creative journalist, interfaith minister, licensed social worker, radio host, BLISS Coach and the author of "The Bliss Mistress Guide To Transforming The Ordinary Into The Extraordinary."  She calls herself an Opti-Mystic who sees the world through the eyes of possibility.  To learn more about Edie see: 


She is a contributor to a best selling book called Embraced By the Divine: The Emerging Woman's Gateway to Power, Passion and Purpose.   which has

become an Amazon Kindle #1 BESTSELLER, Canada and Australia, Self-Help Spiritual; Amazon Kindle #1 BESTSELLER Australia, Self-Help Motivational; and an Amazon Books #1 BESTSELLER UK, Spirituality Women


She says, "My my radio show, writing and speaking are international. I have taught in Canada, my radio show is broadcast on Blogtalk which is accessible world wide and I write for Psych Central, The Huffington Post, Elephant Journal, Beliefnet and The Good Men Project."


A master's-level social worker, she studied at a New York seminary and was ordained in 1999. Her organization, By Devine Design, is also legally incorporated.



Rev. Larry Hall

Celebration Coordinator

If you're interested or have questions, reply to celebration team members Larry Hall ( or Rosalind Cauffman ( or Dave Perkins (

Child Care is provided

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Pebble's music comes from almost every source, from sacred chants to folk, rock, jazz and pop. Lyrics tend to focus on personal and community growth, on peace and on reaching out to others, rather than the standard songs of worship in most church hymnals. We celebrate life with our music! Our pianists are often joined by other musicians; if you play an instrument or sing, please join us. Singers are invited to stand up with us and lend their voices to our informal choir. All you need to do is come early on Sunday morning to see what songs we’re doing. Join us up front to share your talent. You are part of a dynamic, touching, and vital dimension of our Sunday celebration. If you're musically inclined, we'd like to hear from you. Also, if there’s a special song that you’ve found inspiring, and you would like to sing or have us try it, please get in touch with us.


Oct. 30

Across the Veil


Nov. 6

John E. Welshons


Nov. 13

Deep Spirtuality


Nov. 20

Living from the Heart


Nov. 27

Being Raw & Real



Spiritual Offerings


 The Common Holy






Laughter Yoga Event

Friday Oct. 28

At 6:00 Pm

Suzan Bartels Concert

October 29, 2016

At 8:00 PM





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