Explore the Connection Between Creativity and Spirit




The Arts and Spirituality Center (ASC) at Emmanuel Church will soon be enrolling for fall classes, where creativity in its many forms can lead to an opening up of the spirit. Whether it’s doing something with our hands or moving through ritualized exercises, getting in the zone and focusing on the moment is a necessary component of a balanced life. Creating that awareness with a friendly community of people with similar interests is the goal of every class.

      ASC makes it possible to explore the connection between creativity and spirit with classes ranging from the purely creative to those that focus on deepening spiritual life—from yoga to painting, creative meditation and more.

Location: 1214 Wilmer Ave., in the Bryan Education Center at Emmanuel Episcopal Church. For more information, call 804-266-2431 or visit ArtsAndSpirit.org.

 

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