Thanks for mysticism center coverage

Thank you for the excellent past coverage of events at Center for Contemporary Mysticism at Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, and we continue to look toward getting the word out on our many free programs and events open to the community.

We are grateful for the community businesses and members who supported this year’s Mystical Feast gourmet dinner fundraiser on April 7, especially our longtime sponsors: The Night Kitchen Bakery, CinCin, Thai Kuu, El Poquito, Mica, Banjara, Top of the Hill, Scoogi’s, Zake’s, Sandy Run Country Club and Chaddsford Winery.

We are also deeply appreciative of our institutional sponsors, Woodmere Art Museum, Morris Arboretum and Ambler Theater, along with this year’s new food sponsors: BACIO, Malelani Cafe, Karla’s Kitchen and New South Ocean.

The Center’s next program is on Sunday afternoon, June 2, and features writer, teacher and former pastor Patricia Pearce, as she shares her personal odyssey. The event is entitled “When Mysticism Challenges Tradition: Spiritual Evolution of a Presbyterian Pastor.” It is free and open to the public. For more information visit the Center’s website at contemporarymysticism.org

Joseph Irwin
Flourtown
Coordinator, Center for Contemporary Mysticism

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