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ARC Sacred Center Celebrates One Year Anniversary

It's with joyous and humble hearts that ARC Sacred Center celebrates one year of sharing a vision of love and oneness.Rev. Christine Guerrera and Rev. Arlene Powers reflect on the past year of creating and growing a sacred, open, and inviting spiritual community center. "There is no greater blessing than that of sacred community”, according to the co-founders. Life consistently offers moments of joy and sorrow. When one has a sacred community to share these experiences, while growing and awakening with each other, a divine and healing presence is felt. That presence becomes the place from which to live life and seek guidance.

ARC Sacred Center is an interfaith spiritual community open to all faiths and backgrounds. "Our favorite day of the week has become Sunday, when we greet new and familiar people as they come to experience our Interfaith Services and the welcoming hearts of our community” enthuses Guerrera. “Another highlight is watching the children, ages 2 to 12, develop their own community in the "My Little Light" program and seeing the beautiful value based projects they create on Sundays. In addition, ARC offers warm space to healing arts practitioners and teachers for inspired programming and workshops.”

The public is invited to a Celebratory Open House on Thursday, June 26 from 7:30 to 9 p.m.  Come and tour the beautiful Center, network and experience a heartfelt and authentic community. A formal introduction with Q&A about ARC Sacred Center, its co-founders and the interfaith path begins at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be offered.

ARC Sacred Center is located at 458 Monroe Turnpike in Monroe. For more information call 203.268.1272,email [email protected] or visit ArcSacredCenter.org.

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