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Harmony Fellowship provides a variety of informative and inspirational programs each month.  The first Wednesday of every month we have the First Wednesday Night Programs which cover music, spiritual videos and discussions, presentations on health and wellbeing, and educational programs regarding comparative religions. Several times per year we also have workshops taught by visiting speakers after they deliver their Sunday message.

Below are a sampling of the programs we have recently had.

Past Programs First Wednesday Series

Movie: The Connected Universe

New understandings in science reveals a bigger picture of interconnection than we ever imagined.

Steve Eatenson

Speaking on “Is Addiction a Myth?” from his research and treatment of Inpatient, outpatient, hospital and prison settings for families, individuals, groups.

Pjae Stanley

Outstanding vocalist, performer, song writer who has opened before crowds For renowned country music stars, rock music, etc.

Cindy Hoffman

Spoke on A Mediums Perspective on Life.  Our lives do have meaning and to journey To life here on earth takes great courage

Kit Holmes

Vocalist, instrumentalist intimate stage style, variety of music styles with banter.

Eugene and Larissa Cherkasov

Both exceptional professional musicians, who also teach.  Larissa on piano,  plays &  teaches at TCU.  Eugene on Violin is a member of the Fort Worth Symphony.

Steve Eatenson

A return on the topic of Addiction “Is Recovery Possible”.  What can derail Recovery, Resources and more

Signs of Humanity

Documentary related to themes of home, homelessness, compassion and humanity.

Rock ‘n Roll Concert

Award winning group Dead Vinyl will perform

Past Special Programs

Financial Peace

9-week Dave Ramsay class facilitated by HF members who had great success using the program

Sacred Sound Journey

A meditation led by Barbara Cole using ‘gongs’

David Roth Concert

Music and story by well-known performer, prolific songwriter, story teller with pathos and humor

“How to Be a Spiritual Man Living In Difficult Times:  Respect Women, Honor Fathers, Forgive Others”

Presented by Bill Arena and Dallas PD Detective Ed Lujan.

Our address is:
Harmony Fellowship of Fort Worth
824 Pennsylvania Ave.
Fort Worth TX 76104