Borsch cooking fund-raiser on Thursday and Interfaith Prayer Station “God is One” on Sunday

“Know thou assuredly that the essence of all the Prophets of God is one and the same. Their unity is absolute.”
(Baha’i Faith, Bahá’u’lláh, Gleanings from the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh, p. 78)

“God is one, but he has innumerable forms. He is the creator of all and He himself takes the human form.”
(Sikhism, Guru Nanak)

Dear friends!

What nurtures your soul? What makes your heart tender? Prayer, music, fellowship, food cooked with love, tea poured in peace, cake shared with smile? Whatever the answer might be, sharing prayers with friends gets us all closer to the Creator and recharges us for the week ahead.

The art of Borscht cooking

But first of all, please join my roommate Aleksey at a fund-raiser he is hosting  on Thursday evening for the Volunteers of America Bailey’s Crossroad Community Shelter. In his own words:

In order to raise funds for the residents in the Bailey’s Crossroads Shelter, I am holding cooking class to teach my friends the art of Borscht cooking.   This soup’s recipe followed my mother’s family all the way in their migration from one end of the historical Russian then Soviet Empire to the other. My mother cooks it really well and my father loves it. This recipe celebrates the love for the land left behind and the hospitality of the new one, and more so the blend of two distinct cultures, Russian and Turkmen.
We are living in the age when our values and culture should support good deeds and intentions. The living example  of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, my parents and grandparents always always encouraged in me those humane aspirations to fulfill the purpose of our earthly existence and deserve the favors of the Divine Providence.

Arlington Prayer Station “God is One”

God is One

God is One

Arlington Interfaith Prayer Station Invitation: “God is One”

This Sunday, November 17th, 2013, when the followers of the Sikh religion celebrate the birth of Guru Nanak Dev Sahib, the founder of the Sikh religion, I invite you and your loves ones to an Interfaith Prayer Station in Arlington on the theme of “God is One”. We’ll start at 7:30 pm with light refreshments followed by reading, at 8:00 pm, of selected Holy Writings and Prayers. I have many books of prayers from different faith traditions but if you wish, feel free to bring your own prayers or inspiring writings. In addition to Holy Words, we shall uplift and refresh our souls with inspiring musical selections and we’ll conclude with tea and sweets.

We’ll also say prayers for anyone in need, so if you can’t join us and would like to request prayers please contact me.

Please let me know if you plan on coming so I can plan the refreshments!

In His service,

Mitko

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