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Sunday, March 29, 2015
2:00 - 3:30pm

To Register for "Compassionate Connections"



Sunday, April 12, 2015

"Relax, Rebalance & Realign
with Gentle Yoga and Healing Harp Music  

4:00pm-5:30pm *  Cost: $15
Payable at the door or in advance at Jane’s House

appropriate for all ages and levels of yoga practice

Location:  Jane’s House of Well Being
1112C First Capitol Drive, St. Charles, MO 63301
Phone: (636) 255-9642



Saturday, April 25, 2015

"Compassionate Connections"
Presented by First Congregational Church of Webster Groves'  
"God is Still Speaking...Come Listen!"

Concert Series 

Evening Concert
7:00pm – 8:30pm



 Amy Camie           Wendy Hymes       Monica Godbee     Trina Brunk

*Scroll Down for Artist Bios

Clear your mind, open your heart,

and step into the beauty, joy and gratitude for life.

Wrap yourself in the spiritual tapestry of inspired harmonies
woven by gifted artists whose music sings to your soul
and awakens the loving compassion within.


with Harpist, Amy Camie

1:30pm – 3:30pm

This unique interactive workshop reveals how you can use
music, sound and the vibrations within and around you
to enrich your relationships, stimulate your mind,
and help you better care for yourself and others.

Locaton: First Congregational Church
10 West Lockwood Avenue
Webster Groves, MO 63119
Concert: $15 General Admission
Workshop: $15

Both Events: $25

For tIckets, call: 314-962-0475
For more info: First Congregational Church


AMY CAMIE is a professional harpist, award winning performer, composer, recording artist, author, public speaker and Founder ofthe Scientific Arts Foundation. For the past 15 years, she has been a pioneer in the sound healing world with over nine research studies supporting the value of her music. Results indicate how her solo harp music increasesneurological functioning, supportsthe immune system and reducespain, distress and anxiety levels.  She has presented over 200 seminars and workshops for local, regional and national audiences on the power of sound and vibration.  She is a contributing author to two international books, “The Spiritual Significance of Music” and “LOVE LIFE FORGIVE”, and is a Spiritual Initiator and Guide of The ORIGINS Process, a multifaceted system of self-discovery and inner connection. Amy's CDs are used in hospitals, cancer centers, hospices, nursing homes and with military veterans as well as for general relaxation and stress reductionaround the world. In December 2010, Amy was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer and became one of those patients comforted by her healing music. In December 2012, she was diagnosed a second time. She is now healthy, happy and loving her life.

Trina Brunk:Missouri native creative Trina Brunk makes her life a work of art and supports others in doing the same.  In addition to inventing and facilitating SoulPath work and offering services as an intuitive consultant, she’s an unschooling mom of 3 young boys and a performing and touring singer/songwriter.  She revels in inspiring others to connect with their unique creative expression, always with an eye to nurturing a sense of community while honoring diversity. As a singer/songwriter, Trina delivers powerful and inspiring lyrics through soaring, stirring vocals and gentle piano soundscapes. Trina began writing songs in 2008 and began performing across the nation in 2010. In 2013 she released her 9th self-produced album and her collaboration "Running Free" with film composer Charlie Armour was nominated for an Indie Music Channel Best Female Soundtrack award, she opened for Marianne Williamson in St Louis, Missouri and has performed in Texas, Illinois, California, Missouri, New Mexico and Colorado.In addition to sharing music, Trina offers her intuitive gifts in service to individuals, couples and groups in the process of awakening to a greater sense of connection and purpose in life.   


John MacEnulty. I live in St. Louis, MO. Grew up in Florida in the fifties. Played tuba in the band, played football my senior year of high school. I had a paper route (4:00 am, bicycle, collections, the whole bit) and bought a boat for myself and a car for my mother. I received a scholarship on tuba to the Eastman School of Music and went there for two years before the St. Louis Symphony offered me a job as tuba player. Got married. We had two kids, boy and a girl. Got divorced in 1973. Haven't been married since. Currently have two granddaughters, courtesy of my son John, and a grandson courtesy of my daughter Sharen.

I played for twenty years with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Bell's Palsy (a paralysis of the lip and facial muscles) ended my tuba playing career. Then for nine years I conducted, executive directed, fund raised, etc., for an amateur orchestra in Illinois, the Belleville Philharmonic.

In 1991 I contracted lymphoma (cancer).  It was a major spiritual awakening. I realized that my healing would be a combination of my spiritual efforts and the efforts of an extraordinary team of doctors, nurses, friends, and family. The turning point came, I believe, when I realized my desire to live was no longer fear driven. It was the love of my family that made me realize my life was complete and that it was okay to die. The paradox was that when I was no longer afraid to die, I was flooded with a desire to experience more of that wonderful love. I didn’t want to miss another minute of it. That was the healing point for me. It wasn’t that I wanted to live. I wanted to love. Poetry and music have been my constant companions. I believe that the arts and creativity provide the most beautiful and important experiences in life. Without them the striving for physical survival would be meaningless.


Flutist Wendy Hymes has given the world premieres of over 30 musical works and performed in the U.S., Brazil, England, Ghana, Nigeria, and Togo. She has served on the Music Faculties of Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Louisiana State University and Arkansas State University teaching Flute, Flute Pedagogy, Music Appreciation, Music for Children, Elementary Music and Arts Administration.


Monica Godbee has performed extensively as a cellist in diverse solo, chamber, and orchestral settings.  She has appeared as soloist with the St. Louis Chamber Orchestra, Alton Symphony Orchestra, University of Miami’s Frost Symphony Orchestra, and Gateway Festival Orchestra. Her summer festival participation has taken her across the United States, performing at The Kennedy Center/National Symphony Orchestra Summer Music Institute, Interlochen, Brevard Music Center, and Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory. Monica recently graduated from the University of Miami.



For a complete listing of past events and concerts: Amy's Curriculum Vitae