If You Care, You Will Be There! Attend the Community Forum
…September 8th at 10 am
The Jubilee! Transition Team — those 12 people guiding the process that will lead Jubilee! into it’s next 30 years under new leadership — is inviting you (yes specifically YOU!) to BRUNCH! Whether you’ve been coming to Jubilee! for 29 years or just found out about us last month, if you consider yourself a Jubilant! your stories, visions and wisdom matters to this process. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for this community and its imperative that you play an influential role in fostering the evolution of Jubilee! into the future. So mark your calendars and plan on coffee, tea and pastries on Saturday, September 8th at 10 am. We’ll be meeting in the Celebration Center for a fun and creative process called The World Cafe. You don’t want to miss it!
Who Are the New Jubilee! Board Members?
…Welcome Bill, Catherine, Pam, Molly
Four Jubilants began their three-year term on the Jubilee! Board of Directors on July 1st. They are Bill Byrne, Catherine Cope, Pam Garrett and Molly Pritchard. They bring a world of experience both inside and outside of Jubilee!.
In previous issues we introduced Bill Byrne, Catherine Cope and Pam Garrett. In this issue, we will be featuring Molly Pritchard. When asked about the talent/skills she would bring to the Board, Molly said, “I have a positive approach to most life issues—lots of energy, compassion and desire to make the world a better place. I am younger than some board members and hope that I can offer my perspective to get younger families involved and connected in Jubilee!” Molly stated that “my husband and I began attending Jubilee! about 14 years ago. Both of our sons have been blessed by Howard and have participated in the Nurture Program. I am beyond thankful for our Community and the approach to religion that it brings to our family.”
Final Chat ‘n Snack of the Summer Coming
…Sunday, August 19th, 6—8 pm
It is hard to imagine, but the final Chat ‘n Snack of the summer is just around the corner. Join us at Hanger Hall, 31 Park Avenue, North, near downtown Asheville from 6 to 8 pm for our final Chat ‘n Snack of the summer. We will gather around the pool to swim, enjoy potluck food, dance to the music of a live band and enjoy each other’s company. Be sure to wear your swim suit and bring your own towel if you and/or your family want to swim. Also please bring food to share. Beverages will be provided. Chat ‘n Snacks are a perfect venue for expanding your circle of friends. This final event will be hosted by the Jubilee! Social Justice Team. $5 or more for the Band
Revolution In 3 Sound Steps:
T.A.P. the flow of your power to shape personal, social & system health …Saturday, September 1st at 10 am
Do you care about what’s going on but are concerned about either a) adding to the divisiveness, or b) holding back your own truth? What if there was a simple way to express yourself, inspire others to join you in common purpose, and make the difference you most want to make? Daniel Barber, M.S. has explored many approaches to personal and social change. He has threaded these perspectives into a 6-phase process called TAP the Flow that can help you connect with your inspiration, feel your deep truth and engage your most influential action. Saturday, September 1st from 10 am to 5 pm (gluten-free lunch included). Cost: $87 online — $100 at the door. 20% to benefit World Beat Band stage and sound upgrades. Sign up online: https://danielbarber.samcart.com/products/revolution-in-3-sound-steps-saturday-workshop/
Get on the Path to Membership
…Wednesday, September 12th, 6—8:30 pm at Hanger Hall
Learn more about this amazing Jubilee! Community and get on the path to membership. Join us for Pathways at Hanger Hall (31 Park Avenue, North, Asheville, 28801). You will learn about the history, values and culture of Jubilee! You will hear about ways to get more involved and what it takes to be a member. Bring an appetizer to share. Participation is limited to 20 folks. Sign up at the Welcome Table on Sundays. Questions? Email Jackie Dobrinska, our Coordinator of Community Life, at [email protected].
Let’s Have Fun!
…Sunday, August 26th at 9:45 am
We’ll kick off the new school year with a field trip for our Middle School class. On Sunday, August 26th, we’ll walk to Splashville for some fun in the sun. Then, we’ll head to The Hop for a sundae party. We’ll meet downstairs at Jubilee! at 9:45 am. Pick-up will be at The Hop at 12:30 pm. The party is free. Please share with any middle schoolers you might know. All are welcome.
The Next Generation Pool Party and Fundraiser to Fight Hunger
…Thursday, August 23rd, 5-8pm at Hanger Hall (31 Park Ave N, Asheville 28801)
“The Next Generation” (for Jubilants in the 20’s-40’s age range) is hosting an end of summer soiree and fundraiser, with all donations going to the Hunger Fund to help feed the homeless! Please bring $10-20/person to donate to the Fund, a side dish to share, and whatever you like to drink, along with your bathing suit/towel. This is kid-friendly, not pet friendly. Invite your non-Jubilant friends – all are welcome! Check out the Facebook event https://www.facebook.
Beginning After Labor Day
ollowing the Labor Day holiday, several ongoing Jubilee! groups will resume meeting. So, mark your calendars for the Jubilee! Singers who will meet to begin their fall season on Wed-nesday, September 5th at 7 pm. Then, on Monday, September 10th, the Jubilee! Book Discussion Group will gather at 1:30 pm to begin a new book, In the Beginning Was the Spirit by Diarmuid O’Murchu. Both groups meet at Jubilee
Meditation and Meaning
…Tuesday, September 4, 7—9 pm
Join Lama Rangbar who has studied and practiced extensively in the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition, as he talks with you about Meditation and Meaning in the Western World. He is well-known for revealing the profound wisdom of the Dharma in modern, applicable terms for Westerners. All are welcome to attend. Recommended donation: $10—15. For more information, contact Vicki Garlock at [email protected] or check out Events on the Urban Dharma NC Facebook page. This event is sponsored by the Jubilee! Nurture Program.