And here’s a link to the wonderful song she asked Don to play before and after her message: “Jesus Gave Me Water” by the amazing Sam Cooke
Thank you Jane! We are enriched and uplifted by who you are, what you think, all you shared – AND who you’re related to, our beloved Pastor, Paul.
Jane is a visionary leader dedicated to building community and raising consciousness through radical expressions of Art, Psychology, Spirituality, Education, Community, Urban Design, Social Justice and Critical Thinking. She is a compassionate, yet dynamic voice for equality and reconciliation in her community and beyond. Her passion is creating bridges between cultures, and also connecting people to their own deepest calling. After 30 successful years as an actor of stage, television and film, Jane pursued a calling to ministry. She earned both Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Ministry from Claremont School of Theology and was ordained Minister through the African Methodist Episcopal Church and has received professional awards and commendations for her works as an actor, community, civic and spiritual leader. In her ministry, Jane utilizes depth teachings from world religions, indigenous wisdom and New Thought teachings, combined with art and cross cultural conversation to inspire a universal realization of Oneness. Currently, she is the founder of T.R.I.B.E. — Transformation/Realization/Inspiration/Belonging/ Expression, in New York City. T.R.I.B.E. is a unique endeavor of integrating art, the spiritual path, emotional health, creativity and purpose. Gatherings can include performance, visual art and film combined with depth teachings from wisdom texts, psychology, art theory, and literature. These elements, along with meditation and a panel conversation with the participating artists, combine to create the conditions for dramatic and ongoing awakening and renewed purpose. Jane has come to believe that artists are uniquely positioned to speak the world into a new reality. “We are all capable of being Artists by Intention, whatever our profession.” For more information on T.R.I.B.E., visit http://www.tribealive.org