What might we learn from contemporary Indigenous leaders and the Indigenous worldviews about human survival and the wellbeing of future generations? What wisdom and precepts from this “kinship worldview” can nourish us and help guide us toward being peacemakers and being at peace. Children are invited to join their families for the first part of the service.
This service is one of First Unitarian’s offerings during Delaware Peace Week.
Music: Kathy Harris with C. Karen Covey Moore, Native American Flute, and the First U Choir.
C. Karen Covey Moore has played the Native American flute for 15 years as a prayer practice. She believes the Native American Flute produces a mystical and haunting sound that enters the heart and soul, filling it with beauty and peace and providing a connection to the Creator and all of Creation. She is the founder and facilitator of Whispering Woods Native American Flute Circle and plays her flutes for hospice patients and worship services and at pow-wows and has provided programs about the flute in nursing homes and schools. Karen is a member of the World Flute Society and is Vice-president of the Board of Directors of the Woodland Heart Ancient Flute Alliance (WHAFA) which sponsors flute retreats and events.