Food for the Soul


16Jan2020
6140 Station Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206

A simple meal and conversation on the signs happening in our lives.

7:00 pm 9:00 pm

East End Cooperative Ministry

6140 Station Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Price $10, GET TICKETS

 

OMA’s first Food for the Soul of 2020 will be held on Thursday January 16 at the East End Cooperative Ministry. The topic to be explored for this meeting is “Signs, Happening All Around You!”  Price $10, GET TICKETS

In an earlier OMA lecture this past Fall, we were honored to have as our speaker, Emily Rodavich, author of “Mystical Interludes I and II” who enlightened the audience with her experiences in presenting the topic “Raising Spiritual Awareness by Revolutionizing the Perspective of Coincidence” . This presentation provided the impetus for the upcoming Food for the Soul.

Our focus will be on “Signs.” Simply, are you recognizing important “signs” that are being sent to you in your daily life? If so, how do you incorporate them into your life's experiences? Do you feel as if you never receive “signs” and/or you would like to become more aware of possible signs that you may not have recognized? How might these change your actions or interactions with people in your life? 

We invite you to come and share in this simple meal and heartfelt conversation. Please join us for an engaging evening in the New Year.

Food for the Soul, a regular initiative for OMA, is designed to give the participants an opportunity to share in a simple meal of soup and bread (served vegan and gluten-free) as well as discussions regarding introspection and ideas on various subjects related to Mind, Body and Spirit. Small groups of 8-10 individuals will convene around a table and will be led by OMA members.

Kindly RSVP by Tuesday, January 14 in order to reserve a seat.
Tickets are $10 (+fee) needed to cover the cost of food and venue.
Please email if you cannot afford a ticket.

 


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