We must learn to live together or perish together.

(Paraphrased from a quote from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King  Jr’s speech in St. Louis, March 22, 1964.)

A quilt is often composed of various colored swatches originating from different sources. The artistic hands of the quilter unite each swatch with loving stitching into a unit of one. The human race is composed of people of various colors, originating from different backgrounds.  The Creator, through its divine love, unites each of us into a humanity of one.  After the effects of the peril encountered by so many from this ongoing pandemic, the importance of the theme for our ceremony this year should be apparent.  The Unity of Chicago South spiritual community dedicates this virtual Burning Bowl ceremony to the importance of unity and the true meaning of Oneness, as Dr. King inspired nearly 58 years ago. 

You are invited to the experience

The Virtual Ceremony will be held Saturday, January 15 beginning at 7:00 PM. All are welcome to this free event. The Free Conference Call platform will be used to live stream the event. For those not familiar with the platform it works much like other conferencing platforms. Here is the link to download the FCC app to your device.  If you are connecting via a desktop, you will have the option to utilize the Web Viewer instead of downloading the desktop app. The meeting code for the Jan 15 event is 1152022.  The site will open at 6:45 PM 1/15/2022.

By rken