“Service without spirituality is exhausting and hopeless.
Spirituality without service is barren and hopeless.”
~ Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World, Joanne Weaver
Explore how to balance spirituality and service at Triennial Convention
JUNE 27 – JULY 3, 2015, Salt Lake City, Utah
• Check out our proposed schedule of workshops and events to help you explore your spiritual life in the context of altar guild service.
• Register for the NAGA Triennial Meeting.
• Need financial assistance? Apply to the Unity Scholarship Program.
• Make your Sheraton hotel reservations. Rooms are guaranteed at $119/night and reservations must be made through our exclusive reservation link. All rooms have two double beds, so sharing will halve your cost.
• Give the gift of Triennial Convention. Assist those who might otherwise be unable to attend. Give a gift in honor of a cherished friend or as a thanksgiving for someone who has encouraged you.
Thank you for your assistance in helping us to identify the best possible candidates to lead the National Altar Guild Association for the 2015-2018 triennium. Register for the NAGA Triennial Meeting to meet them and attend their installation.
The Rt. Rev. Jeff W. Fisher, Bishop Suffragan of Texas is often asked how to attract younger and newer folks into this valuable ministry. New Episcopalians are attracted to our timeless worship and ancient traditions, by creeds and prayers that bear the test of time. He offers some suggestions on how to attract new members to serve on the altar guild.
News and Notes from NAGA
Please contact our President, Katrina Packard, if you would like her join you for a diocesan gathering or other event.
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