Ernest Holmes Through Song

Rev. “Faerie” Elaine Silver presents

“Ernest Holmes Through Song”

Worship Leader: Viqui Hilliard
Accompanist: Gary Smart
Special Music by Lynn Wadley on Psaltery

About our Service:
Ernest Holmes is the “father” of The Science of Mind New Thought philosophy, and after (only) 25 years in this empowering teaching, Elaine has recently obtained her Religious Science Practitioner’s License (RScP) through Centers for Spiritual Living. During this 4 year course of study, many songs came through her as she was learning these Principles, giving her a comprehensive and easily attainable method for learning. Elaine is delighted to have discovered this teaching system that encourages the groups to embody the material in deep, creative and meaningful ways. She looks forward to sharing with her BBUUC family.

Elaine will be sharing songs from her forthcoming CD titled E R N E ST, which is a compendium of songs “co-written” with Ernest Holmes, the creator and author of The Science of Mind textbook and other wonderful books and articles.

About our Speaker/Musician:
Elaine Silver (A.K.A. “Faerie” Elaine) is a seasoned performer, songwriter, touring musician and recording artist (21 CDs to date and counting!). She has been blessed with the voice of an Angel, often described as stunningly clear, supple, rich and like fine crystal. Elaine is thrilled to have her music and life experiences evolve into a Musical Ministry that teaches Universal Law and Truth Principles in ways that fully engage the audience in a context of Peace, Love, Joy, Beauty, Grace, Light, Knowledge and Wisdom. She has had the honor of working in conjunction with many world-renowned spiritual leaders, teachers and authors including Deepak Chopra, Neale Donald Walsh, don Miguel Ruiz, Marianne Williamson, Alan Cohen, Wayne Dyer and others.

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