Program

  Prelude
Performed by Rosamond Brenner—Piano

1. Opening Prayer
Bahá'í Scripture
Read by: Lorelie McClure

2. “The Fountain” by Rosamond Brenner
performed by Rosamond Brenner, piano

3. Selections from Buddhist, Islamic
& Hindu Scriptures
Read by: Irma Simuni

4. “The Lord is My Shepherd” & “Short Healing Prayer”
performed by Rosamond Brenner, piano &
Cheryll Simmerman, vocals

Medley based on the 23rd Psalm and a Bahá'í prayer,
original music by Rosamond Brenner

5. Prophet’s of God are one and the same.
Bahá'í and Islamic Scripture
Read by: Chris Vodden
6. “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” & “Come Sunday”
performed by Cheryll Simmerman, flute, Jon Hey, piano & Dan Godston, trumpet

7. The Utterance of God is a Lamp
Bahá'í Scripture
Read by: Robert Rogers

8. “Impromptu No. 3 in G-Flat” by Franz Schubert
performed by Jonathan Wheat, piano

9. The Sower
Christian Scripture
Read by: Ruth Jackson

10. “Hosanna”
performed by Bam Hoener, vocals

11. Closing Prayer
Bahá'í Scripture
Read by: Juliet Gentzkow

Please note: the program might be subject to change...


The Baha'i House of Worship
100 Linden Ave.
Wilmette, IL 60091
 847-853-2300

Transportation: If you're coming by CTA, you can take the purple line to its terminus (Linden Station), and walk east for several blocks.
 
"The Fabric of Our Faith" was a dynamic event presented by Treasures of Uptown earlier today. An intimate gathering of people from the community created fiber artworks that will be installed in The Peoples Church later this year. "The Fabric of Our Faith" was part of an series of innovative events presented by Treasures of Uptown; check out their website for info about their other programs.  

Listen to this audio to find out about the concepts and beliefs that inspired participants to come up with the images and patterns in their fiber artworks -- 
Here are some pictures taken during "The Fabric of Our Faith." Looking forward to seeing how those individual pieces of fiber art will be stitched together later! 


Here's the flyer that Treasures of Uptown produced for "The Fabric of Our Faith" --