A collection of hymns and prayer arrangements and original music by Kate Eaton. Produced by Taylor Mesple of Inner Circle Productions. Copyright 2009.
Musicians: Oud, Saz, flutes, percussion and background vocals, Jesse Manno. Piano, keyboards, accordion, background vocals, Taylor Mesple. Piano, lead vocals and background vocals, Kate Eaton. Background vocals, Jack Hadley and Marcy Baruch.
Credits: Lyrics for “I am he for whom you long” written by Rise Shifra Shamansky. Music for “At the name of Jesus” King’s Weston, Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
Kate’s first CD of original music written and produced in 2001
Myrrh is the dried oleo gum resin of a number of Commiphora species of trees, much like frankincense. Since ancient times, myrrh has been valued for its fragrance, its medicinal qualities as a wound dressing and for the ancient Egyptians as the principal ingredient used in the embalming of mummies.
“Myrrh” entered the English language as a general term meaning “perfume.” However, the term originally derives from the Aramaic term meaning “bitter.”
Who Are You in the Eyes of God?
A Weekend Retreat for Women at Church of the Ascension, created by Mishkhah
May 3-4, 2013
$50.00 per person
Come explore who you are in the eyes of God as you join other women in drawing closer to the One who created you. Church of the Ascension and Mishkhah are pleased to invite you to a weekend retreat that begins Friday at 7 pm and concludes Saturday at 8:30 pm. The price for the weekend is $50 per person and includes two meals on Saturday (lunch and dinner). All materials including handmade, personal journal are also included.
This weekend is built as a journey, and you will benefit the most by attending the full retreat. We begin in silence on Friday evening at 7 pm with women like Miriam, Esther, and Mary Magdalene from the Bible, and with the Desert Mothers, Saint Teresa of Avila and Hildegard. On Saturday the retreat builds on these encounters by exploring our own spiritual journeys.
There will be worship, music, silence, spiritual practices, holy conversation, good food, reflection on our most important relationships, and more - all focused on deepening our understanding of who we are in the eyes of God. The different strands of the retreat will be drawn together on Saturday evening in an experiential Eucharist that engages all our senses and enables us to rest in the arms of God, refreshed and renewed in our relationship with the One who loves and cherishes us.
Join other women in a quest to come closer to God during the retreat. All are welcome.