Calendar of Events

 

CHRISTOPHER ROBIN MOVIE CELEBRATION NOV. 3-11

In honor of the new film Christopher Robin we are having a special tea discount, 20% off tea if you bring your favorite stuffed animal friends for tea time anytime between November 3-11. This includes lunch or High Tea Reservations. Those that do will be entered to win a special prize from Christoper Robin including a copy of the film #ChristopherRobin on Blu-ray and Digital November 6.
During our Christopher Robin Movie Celebration (Nov. 3-11) you may also purchase any special honey themed dessert or tea with honey and you will get free lip balm (while supplies last) and a chance to enter the Christopher Robin Prize Give Away. Courtesy of Walt Disney Home Entertainment.

AFTER HOUR EVENTS 

Come to an Evening of Comfort, Conversation and a Cup of Tea

Tuesday, Dec. 11 from
6:15 pm - 8:30 pm
 at Capital Tea

Feeling Heavy-Hearted As The Season Quickly Approaches?
We will explore ways to honor our grief and loss as we move through the holidays.
Led by Rev. Stacy Collins, Founder of ShadowLight, Spiritual Director and Capital Tea Kitchen Helper.
Suggested donation of $15-$20/person. 
(Tea and Treats Provided)

Enneagram Monthly Gathering Wednesdays (every 3rd Wednesday of the month from  6:30 – 8:00. Free and Open to All. For more information about these events and other events like this click here.  Meeting on 11/14/18 has been cancelled.

School of Celtic Consciousness
Sundays (every 2nd Sunday of the month from 6:30-8:30. Free and Open to All. See Calendar above for specific dates. Book Study & Discussion,
More information: Shani Jones shanijones12@gmail.com

Celtic Way Offerings for January 2019 Hosted by Capital Tea.1450 South Broadway.Denver, 80210. Five Thursdays in January 6-8 PM (6-6:30 - Soup and Fellowship).
January 3rd - The Revealing: The Coming of the Magi Through a Celtic LensOur time will introduce the writings of Kenneth McIntosh The Winged Man: The Good News According to Matthew. Celtic Bible Commentary. Reading the Bible the Celtic Way: The Peacock’s Tail Feathers Together we will explore the themes of inclusivity and hospitality.
January 10th - Saint Francis of Assisi. In Celtic Daily Prayer, he is listed in his customary place in the calendar on October 4th. Though Francis is not technically part of the “Golden Age” of Celtic Christianity in the British Isles, both The Northumbria Community and Celtic Way, like so many others, find our core values and beliefs within his life. This presentation will not be a romanticizing of Francis but a deep look into the impact one man can have upon the Church and the world.
January 17th - Saint Clare of Assisi (16 July 1194 – 11 August 1253, is an Italian saint and one of the first followers of Saint Francis of Assisi. She founded the Order of Poor Ladies, a monastic religious order for women in the Franciscan tradition, and wrote their Rule of Life, the first set of monastic guidelines known to have been written by a woman. Following her death, the order she founded was renamed in her honor as the Order of Saint Clare, commonly referred to today as the Poor Clares. Her feast day is on 11 August..This session will be presented by Shani Jones, M.Div.
January 24th - Tools to help you grow into your Celtic soul. This night we will shine a spotlight on the writings, both in print and on-line, of Christine Valters Paintner. She is a best- selling author and on-line abbess for Abbey of the Arts. She uses reflections, stories, guided activities, prayer experiences, and a wide variety of creative arts to help us to patiently and attentively listen to God’s invitation. Her most recent book, The Soul’s Slow Ripening: 12 Celtic Practices for Seeking the Sacred will provide for us practical ways to develop a Celtic spiritual practice. During the evening we will enter into a couple of these practices to experience them ourselves.
January 31st - Saint Brendan of Clonfert (c. AD 486 – c. 575), also known as Brendan the Navigator. Brendan is one of the best loved of all the Celtic Saints. The story of his sea voyages has held a special fascination for every generation. His life will both inspire and challenge us in our following Jesus, the Christ in today’s U.S. culture!

Ginger Bread House Making EventBy Reservation Only. Limited Space, Friday 12/21 4-7 pm, Sunday 12/23 3:30-6:30, $15 per child with one or more supervising adults. Join us for this annual event, all ginger bread house supplies provided as well as light snacks.


    

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