Monday, January 4, 2010

Come All Ye Faithful: cHURCH OF MONIKA Opens In Brooklyn

Beginning Sunday, January 17 at 11a.m., the faithful are invited to the OPEN SOURCE gallery for the cHURCH OF MONIKA. 
The cHURCH OF MONIKA's mission is to use art as a surrogate for religion. They say they take "a non-denominational and tolerant attitude in our journey through life and our hope is to build an alliance with people of all faiths and world views. We suffer no delusions of grandeur, but seek only to inspire and be inspired by the art of life and community." 
The “Church” will be a moderated town hall type of meeting rather than a sermon with topics varying each week. Snacks and coffee will be served
On Jan. 17, Lily White will take the pulpit. On Jan 24th, The Union Street String Band will lead the inspiration. Open Call: artists, writers, etc. 
Open Source Gallery, 255 17th street between 5th and 6th Ave (street level) in South Slope, Brooklyn 

Photo: God's Grafitti, by Rodigo Paoletti, Creative Commons license

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