InnerMission for World Peace - Creating Peace in the Heart

    "Calling All Angels
The  32nd  annual  World Peace Day    
                6 a.m. * Sunday, December 31st, 2017

                   at Central Reform Congregation
        5020 Waterman (at Kingshighway)St. Louis, MO 63108
                        A Universal Faith Service                  
                          FREE and   OPEN TO ALL                        
                                         (Love Donation Invited)

Doors opened at 5 a.m. to buy raffle tickets  or to enter the sanctuary for Silent Prayer & Meditation, as you heard the sounds of morning songbirds and the soothing sounds of Pati Pellerito on Tibetan and Nepalese singing bowls.  Brooks Johnson opened the service with a 
beautiful Native American prayer after Joia surrounded us with lovely 
bell tones.
Potluck Breakfast followed the Service.

Music by 

Dave Black on Guitar  
Brian Clarke, Guitar & Vocals  
Tim Mead, Guitar & Vocals
Pati Pellerito on Singing Bowls              
Rocky Tucker on Keyboards
and JOIA  World Percussion Ensemble

Welcome by Robert Fishbone
Readings from her journal, "The Book of Now" by J'Asa
Earth Wisdom from Green Jean Ponzi
Remarks & Meditation - "Calling All Angels"
                       Jeannie Breeze

Parking is available in the Central Reform Congregation parking lot and also in the parking lot of the Unitarian Church across the street. On street parking is available on Waterman and on Kingshighway before 8 a.m. 

Thanks & Blessings to all the Angel volunteers who helped with event setup. Special thanks to Jean Ponzi for overseeing luminaria preparation and placement, and to Chris Skillian, and my daughter Ariele and her friend Jermaine for coordinating breakfast!

Contact Event Organizer, Jeannie Breeze at 314-601-3789, by email at or by private message on Facebook to volunteer.

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