specific religions. Several individuals and Rotary Clubs have offered the
following non-denominational invocations. Note that the Rotary Club of
Bellingham WA ...
Oct 2, 2015 ... Non-sectarian invocations for use at Rotary meetings. Please leave a ... to add
your gifts to empower our club's future,. to strengthen our work,.
(Invocations for Kiwanis Occasions, Kiwanis International, Indianapolis, IN 2001.)
... Let us recall that when we were invited to join this Rotary club, we were ...
The North Colorado Springs Rotary Club prepared this Invocation Handbook, ... “
Invocation” is “the act of invoking or addressing in prayer or calling for the ...
NON-DENOMINATIONAL INVOCATIONS FOR ROTARY CLUB MEETINGS ...
Note that the Rotary Club of Bellingham WA club often uses the term, "Lord of the
club supplies. I had the pleasure of visiting the Bristol Breakfast. Rotary Club of
England in 2000. There I met Past. District #1100 Governor Philip M. Bowry. He.
Sep 17, 2008 ... If Rotary clubs are nonreligious, then we should not pray to specific deities or ... In
fact, the word invocation itself has a religious meaning.
www.dubuquerotary.org/pdf/DBQ Rotary Club - Invocation Guidelines.pdf
Invocation Guidelines for the Dubuque Rotary Club. Background and Guidance
from Rotary International. Invocations at Club Meetings: Many Rotary Clubs ...
Many groups and government bodies begin their meetings with prayers or other
forms of religious invocation conducted by a chaplain or religious minister.
Some examples of non-denominational Rotary Club invocations are "Spring
Invocation," an invocation that expresses gratitude for success, and "Service," an