- Thursday | December 31, 1969
- 11:00 am
- 1480 SW 9 Ave, Ft Lauderdale fl 33315 *on Sunshine Cathedral's Campus inside GRAHAM FASANA CHAPEL SPACE *Look for 2 RED DOORS
In one drop of water are found all the secrets of all the oceans;
in one aspect of You are found all the aspects of Existence.
Each guests is encouraged to gather up a SMALL Collection of WATER (keep it frozen till day prior to use) that is from a source which inspires you, touches your heart & soul, is holy, is sacred, is special in some way to you. Water may be gathered either from places you might visit in your travels, collected on a holy day of the year, from a favorite pond or lake, the ocean, your backyard pool, a garden hose, or even your own kitchen sink. It can also be water you have prayed over, blessed, Reiki’ed, etc.
Attendees asked to bring a SMALL CONTAINER (size of a pill/medicine bottle or less) – only a few drops are needed to SHARE YOUR SACRED WATERS. During the Service, all attendees will be invited forward during the ritual ceremony to SHARE and BLEND their waters with our Communal Bowl of Sacred Water.
Everyone is invited after service to receive and take home a small collection of Sacred Water from our Chapel.
This is a Church of Non-Discrimination. We welcome All WATER.
Suggestions for Participation:
- Do freeze your small collection of water to be thawed out the day prior to event. This prevents “tiny green aspects of God” from growing inside your water (…algae).
- If you forget to bring water, no worries. We will have “a gift from God” just for you! Precious clean water ready for you to energetically insert your Heart and Soul’s Spiritual Intentions. So Powerful!!!
- During the service, guests (one by one) will bring their water forward, pour it into a large glass bowl, which represents our church community. After the service, our communal water will be shared in prayerful blessing into our garden on the grounds of our property. In the future, a sample of water from previous years will be added, connecting that present moment to the lives of the past. This ceremony blends our separate lives into one common community – a Church Family.