“Wow, everything on the service today worked so well together!” We often get comments like this after service on Sunday. We receive these comments because our music director and I have planned the music months ahead of time.
I grew up in a musical family and my mother would tell you I was dancing before I was walking. I received my BFA in Musical Theater from Western Michigan University and then I moved to Chicago where I became a dancer, performer
With a name like Mary Megan Margret McDonough, and being the seventh of nine children, I’m sure it comes as no surprise that—yes—I was raised Catholic. Which I like to think explains my intense interest in Buddhism and
The study of spiritual Truth and the love of music have animated me since childhood. Growing up in a Christian Science family, with both parents as music teachers, gave me the opportunity to pursue these interests. After a career
Music is a divine art to be used not only for pleasure but as a path to God realization. Music that is saturated with soul force is the real universal music, understandable by all hearts. —Paramahansa Yogananda In our years of
“The devil comes in through the choir loft.” I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. A New Thought minister was explaining to me why she would never have a choir at her center. “You’ve heard that expression, right?”
In his article, “Meeting People’s Needs in Today’s Spiritual Community,” published in Unity Leaders Journal, Duke Tufty, the senior minister at Unity Temple on the Plaza, Kansas City, Mo., identified three core reasons
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