10. It’s a lot of fun! 9. You’ll be part of a vital ministry that has a lot to offer the world. 8. Singing is good for the soul. 7. Singing is good for the body. 6. Twenty people singing in harmony is the first step toward seven billion people living in harmony. 5. Because friends don’t let friends clap on 1 and 3. 4. Did someone tell you years ago that you couldn’t sing? Maybe it’s time to let go of that. Ask me how. 3. Would you like to work hard and be challenged to grow? This is your place. 2. We are a creative, collaborative, supportive, caring group of friends.
And number 1:
Did I mention that it’s a LOT of FUN? 🙂
Talk to any choir member or email me at MikeDavisMusic@hotmail.com
Are you ready for transformation and soul growth in your life, and in the world around you? Would you like to have a solid foundation of faith, and a spiritual springboard to take wing and fly?
Join Mike and Paula Davis on January 6th, the first Sunday of the new year, as we explore our roots and wings. We’ll look at the history and foundational principles of our Unity Church, and of the New Thought/Ancient Wisdom approach to spirituality.
Unity Church of the Mountains Blairsville GA 10:30 am
Just in the last couple of years we’ve started seeing many, many examples of extremely young musicians playing at an extremely high level. This particular one, though … wow! She plays with wit and verve and power, and you can see that she understands the contours and dynamics of the piece she’s playing.
How is this possible? Has humanity made a giant evolutionary leap? I can’t see any other explanation, unless you want to go with mass reincarnation as a possibility. Which I guess boils down to the same thing! Hmmm …
It’s getting cold here in the mountains. Soon we’ll have a bit of snow, or maybe a lot of snow, and we’ll enjoy the warmth of hearth and home. It will be quiet outside as the snow falls softly. Christmas is coming.
The stable and the manger represent another kind of hearth and home, and a deeper sense of anticipation. Can you feel it? Can you see it? Picture this:
There’s an inn in a tiny village in a far country, a long time ago. The weather may be warm or cold, we don’t really know. What we do know is that the sky is extraordinarily clear and open, and that something profoundly important is about to happen.
The quiet starry night sets a scene of hushed expectation as we await the birth of a child. There are many participants, each with an important part to play, and they are journeying, converging, preparing or just quietly waiting: the shepherds, the angels, the wise men, the inn keeper, the animals, the king, the parents and the child.
The world is listening, trembling with expectation, preparing for joy. Soon, soon. Are you ready?
“Gratitude is the great multiplier of our good.” – Charles Fillmore
“For it is in giving that we receive.” – St. Francis of Assisi
“I’ve got sunshine on a cloudy day.” – Smokey Robinson / Ronald White
Feeling grateful opens our hearts and deepens our awareness of our moment by moment blessings, clearing the way for ever more blessings. And if feeling grateful opens us to receiving more blessings, acting from our gratitude multiplies our blessings even more.
Please join Mike and Paula Davis on November 18th for a joyous celebration of gratitude.
There will be a community Thanksgiving feast right after the service!
This weekend at the Olive Tree Art Centre in Blairsville, GA!
“As part of the NE GA Arts Tour, come watch Paula Davis make an adorable clay pumpkin rattle in the pottery studio along with Carol Davis demonstrating her alcohol ink tile painting. Marsha Reeves will also be sharing her talented art of gourd carving in the gallery at Olive Tree Art Centre, 563 Gainesville Hwy, Blairsville, GA, Friday, November 9, from 1-3 pm.”