“The practices of Ramadan — the practices of fasting, and feasting, and reflection — help us build on that capacity to receive and to respond to this invitation of love, from Allah.”
Today’s online worship service features special guest speaker Bahiyya Ann Holmes Redding. Ann is a former Episcopal priest, now practicing Muslim teacher, writer, singer, professor at University of Puget Sound, and spiritual guide. In her talk today, Ann shows us how the practices of Ramadan can help us with the fundamental human need to remember our relationship with the divine.
Ann also leads Friday Prayers in the Islamic Tradition at the Interfaith Community Sanctuary in Seattle. She is co-author of Out of Darkness Into Light: Spiritual Guidance in the Quran with Reflections from Jewish and Christian Sources.
Rafe Pearlman presents special Worship Arts support.
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