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FRIDAY October 2
7:30 & 10PM EVE performances in THE GYM Friday

SATURDAY October 3
1PM-4 PM Shamanic Breathwork Workshop led by Samdar Yaish. RSVP:

4 PM Foreclosure Resisters Office; 718.974.7853;

7:30 & 10PM EVE performances in THE GYM

6 PM I/Thou-a conversation series connected to exhibit at Kimmel Gallery: Daisy Bugarin: 347-675-4762

SUNDAY October 4
11:00AM Worship in the Meeting Room

MONDAY October 5
7-8PM Meditative Prayer In the Assembly Hall- 239 Thompson.

8PM Movement Research free dance in the Meeting Room.

TUESDAY October 6
6:30PM Nationa Women’s Liberation meeting -

7PM West Village Chorale Rehearsal in the Assembly Hall

7pm Judson Arts Wednesday’s Bailout Theater in The Meeting Room. Free; Food; Entertainment.

THURSDAY October 8
5PM Vocal NY Membership Meeting in the Assembly Hall (

FRIDAY October 9
7PM Cetiliztli Nauhcampa Quetzacoatl in Ixachitlan: Assembly Hall. A community based Native American drum and dance circle (917.459.6472)

SATURDAY October 10
11PM Prabhu Sigamani ordination in the Meeting Room

5-6:30PM St. Praxedis Community Mass woman-led mass in The Assembly Hall.

Second Helpings

Second Helpings are lay-led activities giving extra ways of being in
community. Feed your soul this summer by doing something extra with
other Judson folks. Contact bethene.trexel (at) to list
your ideas for service, learning, fun, whatever. 

October 11, after church. Hear and then discuss William Cerf's Capstone Presentation, "Creating Beloved Community: Physical Proximity and Spiritual Affinity" based on his doctoral studies of Martin Luther King, Jr’s philosophy. In the Assembly Hall. More info from william.cerf (at)

Growing Older Together

The Judson GOT Group (Growing Older Together) begins its 2015-2016 meetings on Friday November 6. Donna Schaper will be facilitating and talking about her new book: Approaching the End of Life: A Practical and Spiritual Guide—which has received strong editorial reviews and an excellent customer review (see Amazon). Come at 6 p.m. with your supper and drink and we will listen to and talk with Donna from 6:30-8:30. Place still to be determined.

Save these dates for the 2016 GOT meetings: January 8, February 5, March 4, April 1, and May 6. The topics we will be sharing are Necessary Losses (about letting go); Exercising Our Aging Brains; Death with Dignity; Living with Loneliness; and Singing about Aging. People (facilitators) and places (where we will meet on a particular date) are still in process. But we expect to continue building and celebrating together our aging selves.

Book Group

The Judson Book Group discusses a book selected by group members on the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in a Manhattan apartment. Everyone is welcome. The next three books are:

  • Oct. 14th: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
  • Nov. 11th Dead Wake by Erik Larson
  • Dec. 9th Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng.

The October meeting will be at the home of Betty Mackintosh in Chelsea. For further information, contact Mary Russell at 718-789-5593 or

Really Really Free Market

Sunday, October 25th from 3-7pm in the Assembly Hall
The Really Really Free Market is a bazaar & celebration, where capitalist notions of interaction are discarded, and we have fun trying new models of exchange. Expect and share gently used clothing, books, household items, small working electronics, toys, CD’s and DVD’s, crafts, tools, food, skills and more. Bring any useful items that can be taken home in a shopping cart. For more information, contact: getyourfreeon [at]

Safer Injection Kits

Contact Kim Kelly (jackim7 (at) for more information and read more about this important work. 6:00 to 8:00 PM 

  • Thursday, Oct 1
  • Thursday, Oct 15
  • Tuesday, Oct 27
  • Thursday, Nov 12
  • Tuesday, Nov 24
  • Monday, Dec 7
  • Tuesday, Dec 22

We assemble between 100-200 kits at each work party. With 25 work parties per year, that's at least 2500 kits that can save lives.

  • 5 - Syringes
  • 5 - Band-Aids
  • 6 - Alcohol pads
  • 5 - Sterile Waters (each contains 2 ml. of water)
  • 2 - Gold/Brass Caps (cookers)
  • 2 - Silver/Aluminum Caps (cookers)
  • 2 - Gauze packs
  • 1 - Cotton pack
  • Instructions sheet regarding safe practices
  • Information sheet about services and hours at the L.E.S.H.R.C.

Monday Night Dance

Full Schedule movement research is one of the world's leading laboratories for the investigation of dance and movement-based forms. Valuing the individual artist, their creative process and their vital role within society, Movement Research is dedicated to the creation and implementation of free and low-cost programs that nurture and instigate discourse and experimentation. Movement Research strives to reflect the cultural, political and economic diversity of its moving community, including artists and audiences alike. [Learn more.]

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