Staci Hilton

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it had 9 adventurous lives before that. There is much in life to be discovered. Open your mind, be curious, and be adventurous.

~ Laura Hay

Dear Family and Friends,

For those that are curious, Rev Cheryl and I had a Soul Sunday brunch last Sunday in celebration of Black History Month. We enjoyed fried chicken, collard greens, black-eyed peas, peach cobbler, sweet tea, lemonade, and sparkling wine (not strictly Southern; some may have come from Southern California).

Anyway, we had ten people that bid to be at the brunch along with two invited guests, and a good time was had by all. For all of you that are curious out there, what does one do at a Sacred Supper? 

Well, they are all a little different. Still, they have one thing in common: food, drink, a comfortable venue, a loving host/hostess, and like-minded people with open minds willing to live in curiosity and a place of adventure.

So, what are you curious about? How can you sign up and get more information about it? Is there a small amount you can invest to receive more information?

Let’s all use the superpower of curiosity to sustain life’s joy and passion. Let’s all practice curiosity this week and see what adventure that brings to each of us. Who’s in? 

Thank you to those that signed up and showed up at Rev Cheryl and my Sacred Supper. We had good food and drink, lots of laughter, got to know one another better and raised funds for our community. Living from a place of curiosity allowed us to have an amazing Sunday together.

Peace and Blessings,
Rev. Staci