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 April Newsletter  

In Concert
Friday, April 4, 2014    7:00pm



7:00 PM - Sanctuary
Unity of Arlington
3525 S. Bowen Rd
Arlington, TX 76016 
Love Offering






Our greeters are the first persons newcomers, (and old-timers!) see on Sunday mornings.  Greeters welcome everyone with a smile, a hug and a quick chat.  We answer questions about Harmony, point people in the right direction and direct traffic.


It is an important and fun activity if you really like and care about people.   Are you interested in join us?  If so please see Paul Cunningham.



February tithes went to Eastside Ministries and Safe Haven.   We have responded to an opportunity to further sponsor & provide volunteers to Safe Haven's summer Luau for all the kids at both the FTW and ARL shelters.  It takes place on a Thursday or Friday near the middle of June and is a time of games, activities and lunch.  More information to follow.




Janet Ellis will begin a 9-week course entitled E Squared beginning  Monday, April 7th at 7:00 pm. $20 love offering suggested but no one will be turned away. These classes have been held at Unity Fort Worth and Unity Arlington with good attendance. 


Rev Glenn Moore will continue the "Talk Back" sessions after each of the services he gives the message.

The piano has been tuned, and we have more concerts coming up:
-Sloan Wainwright, May 4

-Armond and Angelina will give a concert on July 2nd.

-Choir will sing at the Christmas Eve service this year.


The Sunday service is available on Youtube by Tuesdays.  Lots of website updates completed and more underway.
Another attempt is being made for Harmony Fellowship's directory to contain the addresses and phone numbers of those pictured as originally agreed to.   



We are underway with an Information Packet about Harmony that we can send home with first time visitors to better understand what we are about.


Virginia Cummings is chairing (aided by other volunteers) the Gift Fair on Saturday, November 15 followed by participants from Harmony only on Sunday morning, November 16th.

The Health Fair is scheduled for  August 3 and Maria Carns has agreed to head it up.




Ardis Kvare

April Calendar

April 5, 9 am: Charming Dharma with Sarah Byrd, Practical Buddhism for every day life. 

April 6: Rev Glenn Moore, Who Do You Think You Realy Are?    
Music: Ken Dinkins  

After the service there will be a 15-minute Talk Back discussion with Glenn in the Library   

Oneness Blessing after Service in Sanctuary    
April 12, 9-10 am: Charming Dharma with Sarah Byrd, Practical Buddhism for every day life.

April 7, 7-8:30 pm: E Squared with Janet Ellis

Palm Sunday
April 13
: Janet Ellis, Let's Walk the Middle Way     
Music:  Mike Kelley      
Pot Luck Sunday

April 14, 7-8:30 pm: E Squared with Janet Ellis

April 18, Good Friday: 7 pm Service

April 19, 9-10 am: Charming Dharma with Sarah Byrd, Practical Buddhism for every day life.

Easter Sunday
April 20:
Rev Glenn Moore,  A Resurrected Way of Thinking   
Music: Harmony Singers  
After the service there will be discussion with Scott                      
April 21, 7-8:30 pm: E Squared with Janet Ellis

April 26, 9-10 am: Charming Dharma with Sarah Byrd, Practical Buddhism for every day life.

April 27
:  Sarah Byrd, Keep the Faith
Music: Melinda Wood Allen
Pot Luck Sunday        
April 28, 7-8:30 pm: E Squared with Janet Ellis


May 4, 1:30 pm: Sloan Wainwright Concert with Glen Roethel  


Harmony Fellowship supplements its regular Sunday Services with three excellent and beneficial classes timed to be convenient for you. Join in and be very impressed with their high quality!

Scott McDowell's powerfully important class on our Harmony Principles which guides us in our daily living is at  9:15 am,  1st and 3rd Sundays in Dining area

Cinda Cheney's Aramaic Bible Book Study based on the language in Jesus's time meets 9:30 am 1st and 3rd Sundays in the Library

Revs Glenn & Pat Moore:  Beginning 13 April.  Every 2nd and 4th Sunday  there will be a discussion group at 9:15 am am.   Not a class - but questions, answers and discussions regarding Understanding The Mechanics of The Universe. (This is a future book - ready by cruise time)   This discussion will be how to understand how our actions stimulate the response of Universal Energy and alter what we do to be in the Flow of Life.  Held in the Dining area.

Join us when spirit moves you

Get your copy of

Rev Glenn Moore's
New Book
Ministers' Letter 


God calls upon us to be instruments of His healing Grace.  We respond when we feel the stirrings of compassion.   That compassion is the silent inner realm and the first step in the language of the soul.    It is the "still small voice" of God speaking within us.    That language is more definite and certain than that of words and sounds, because it has none of their limitations.

There seems to be certain mechanisms involved in the healing process.  When you act as an instrument of God's healing power you must look beyond the wounded heart, the damaged body or the pain of the individual and see them as God must see them. I believe that God must see them as whole, perfect and complete as he created them.  I believe that must have been how Jesus Christ saw those whom he healed.

A minister from my long ago past, Rev. Gene Graves, explained to me how that image-working power of our mind should function.  He said, "If you threw a broom in a body of water you might see a wavy floating image of a broom, but you would know the "truth" of that broom is that it is indeed straight."    It is the same when visualizing the true nature of the individual, as God must see them.  Perhaps that is why love is such a healing power - it goes beyond the surface of the individual and reaches in and touches them in their very depths, into their true nature.  If you feel you are lacking in faith, just walk past this and know the truth of the individual as God created them. We are told over and over that faith is integral in healing as in other blessings in life.  When we understand to look beyond what we see with our eyes to what we know with our soul then we have ignited that faith within us.

Another mechanism seems to be the power of the emotion.  When you look at the word compassion, what does it mean?  Simply, with passion.  To pray with passion and pray with diligence and confidence in  God 's promise is to serve as an instrument of healing.  Through prayer we develop the highest phase of character.  Prayer softens and refines the whole man.  To love enough, to do this simple act, connects you with the heart of God to the heart of the person for whom you are expressing love.  Notice the Lord's Prayer that Jesus gave as a model is simplicity itself.   It is not a prayer of begging or supplication but simply an affirmation of God's promises.    So therefore, I believe the healing prayer could be, " Father, I believe the Holy truth of this individual, in your sight, is perfect health of body, mind and soul. And so it is. "

The last of the mechanisms of healing is a grateful heart.  Be thankful from the beginning of the process to the finish.  To pray, meditate and act from the stirrings of the soul places our feet on the path of being used as an instrument of God's blessings to this world.  For this we are truly grateful. 
Rev Pat Moore 



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The Fellowship begins at 10:30 with a meet and greet at 10:15.  Following the worship service, there are always people to pray with anyone individually. We have a pot luck luncheon on the 2nd and 4th Sundays and there is always enough food so please join us. The location of the Fellowship is:


Harmony Fellowship  
824 Pennsylvania Avenue  
Fort Worth, TX 76104 





There is parking on the side and in the back of the building, on the street and in the parking lot across from the back of the building. Just a safety reminder, keep any valuables in your trunk.


There is childcare available on Sundays.


Harmony Fellowship is open and receptive to your ideas and/or suggestions. 


All are welcome so join us when Spirit moves you!!





Barbara Sikma
Harmony Fellowship of Fort Worth