Village View – Week of July 26
HuDost’s Virtual Concert has a new date!
Join us via Facebook Live on August 10 at 7:00 PM ET.
Sufi Message Class led by Yaqin | Thursday, July 30 | 7:00 PM EDT
Join Yaqin for a Sufi Message Class focused on the Invocation. This short prayer is often said before beginning a service or ceremony. It is a way of stating intention and calling upon the Divine for guidance.
Join via Zoom with password: 493634
The prolific abolitionist, Harriet Tubman, was born into enslavement in 1822 on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. When she was a teenager, Tubman happened to be at a store when an overseer was trying to capture an enslaved person who had left his slave labor camp without permission. The angry man threw a weight at the runaway, hit Tubman instead, crushing part of her skull. After this injury Tubman began experiencing visions and vivid dreams. These visions pushed her deeper into her Methodist faith. She began to speak with God daily as a result of the injury. Faith played a major role in Harriet Tubman’s life and work. Read more.