Happy Independence Day! To honor this celebration of freedom, the Center will close early Friday night at 7 p.m. Of course, Peter Goldbeck’s Healing Celebration 7-9:30 p.m. will go on! The Center will remain closed Saturday and Sunday with all ongoing or weekly Groups cancelled (except the Dream Study Group). On Monday, we will be open regular hours, 1-9 p.m.
On July 12, we have a special opportunity to share our fond memories of long-time volunteer Ken Klein and join together in prayer… “lending power and strength” and wishing him the best on his wonderful journey of discovery into the realms of Spirit he could only read about before.
On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I invite you to join us for a memorial gathering in Ken's honor on Sunday, July 12th, 3 to 5:30 pm at the A.R.E. of NY Edgar Cayce Center, 241 W. 30th St. 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10001. Light refreshments to follow. We hope you can join us.
I’m sure Edgar Cayce is smiling at Ken’s gentle humor!
Grace & Light,
ARE-NY Board of Trustees Chair
The current incarnation of the A.R.E. of New York Center was founded in 1997 by volunteers inspired by Edgar Cayce’s life and readings to be a spiritually minded, heart-centered place where all seekers can:
• Connect with our inner guidance
• Heal on many levels
• Evolve to our highest potential
• Find peace in a changing world
Our Abundance-raising event, Waking Up in 5D, on June 6th raised more than $2,600 for our campaign to "Create the Center of our Dreams."
Very special thanks to Maureen St. Germain for donating the full-day workshop! Heartfelt thanks also to Maureen for donating her CD proceeds and for contributing her DVD to our raffle!
Special thanks also to Sylvia Chappell and Rev. Kev O'Kane for donating Akashic and psychic readings!
Many thanks to Nya Fleron, Anthony Perez and all the Volunteers who helped along the way--and to all those who attended--for making this event a success.
The Board of Trustees of the A.R.E. of New York is the group of volunteers responsible for governing our non-profit organization in accordance with its bylaws and procedures, NY state law and, of course, Edgar Cayce principles.
Usually, Boards work quietly on long-range, big-picture goals such as our current initiative to "Create the Center of Our Dreams." Over the past few months, we’ve been dealing with some special challenges that we are pleased to say are finally being resolved.