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Grace for Dessert Sunday Supper

  • Nov 18, 2012 · 5:30 PM
  • Kairos-Milwaukie UCC

We have a TREAT this Sunday! Diana Chambers is in town again, and will lead the Grace Practice after Supper! It's Called: GRACE for DESSERT (see below!)


Warm and hearty Chickpea Miso Soup with Shitake Mushrooms, Kelp Noodles, Wakame and Sprouts

Holy Kale Salad (just picked Grace Garden) Kale massaged with a Tangy, Creamy Tahini Dressing

Sweet Onion Bread

Thomas' Smooth Move Pudding, a blend of valencia oranges and prunes.

Come early at 4:30 to learn how and help put it all together.    

GRACE for DESSERT: Feasting on the Inner Sounds of the 8 States

DESCRIPTION: Many of us have learned to use the Compass of Grace for maintaining psychological and emotional balance, but have not tapped it as deeply as a support for our physical bodies. After Sunday Supper on November 18, Diana Chambers, California Marriage and Family Therapist and Viniyoga Teacher-In-Training will offer a didactic and experiential exploration of the sonic dimensions of Grace and how we may use these to improve our physical health and well-being.  

The Practicalities! Because raw food can be so intensive requiring planning and advanced execution (think dehydrating among others), please RSVP in a timely manner so the Chefs may have an idea of how much food to collect and prepare and will have enough for everyone. I suggest, if possible by Noon on Saturday (but please do not let it stop you from coming otherwise, as the more the better and we love seeing you.)

We always gather around the table promptly at 5:30 P.M. to share the Healthy and Delicious Food choices and Table Conversations, in the context of an ongoing loving community. After Dinner we'll clear the tables for sharing circle and closing raw communion and prayers for the world. Our community building cleanup and post prandial hangout time begins around 7 pm.

Sunday Supper is a weekly gathering sponsored by Christ the Healer UCC, a DIY church open to all and of special appeal to those interested in transformational spiritual practices, including sharing a communal table blessed with gorgeous living food. Your $10-20 sliding scale donation helps us reimburse our volunteer chefs, pay the rent and feed all who wish to come regardless of ability to pay.

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  • Judith B.

    Hurrah! John Cleveland! You've been MISSED!

    November 18, 2012

  • Nicole

    I'll take the smooth move pudding only and Kaeden'll have my soup- he loves kelp noodle and seaweed soup. :)

    November 17, 2012

  • Judith B.

    DON'T miss this Sunday Supper! So SPECIAL!

    November 14, 2012

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