Unification News for May 2004

National Won Jeon Shrine

by Bill Selig

Imagine Heavenly Father’s joy in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the HSA-UWC. We’re truly in an incredible position as we see the rebuilding – step by step – of the Garden of Eden on Earth. Sitting in a humble church building in that war-torn nation in 1954, could anyone have imagined the future of our Movement? It was challenging for the members in those early days to capture True Father’s vision and determination, but yet, it was all there in his mind.

Brothers and sisters, we also have a vision for the National Won Jeon Shrine of America. It may not be so clear through today’s eyes, just as things weren’t so clear for the early pioneers of our Movement 50 years ago, yet we are indeed establishing a tradition that will serve our descendants for centuries to come.

Our National Won Jeon Shrine was dedicated on October 9, 2003, with a moving ceremony including prayers, testimonies, and song. The area is very tranquil and meditative. The grass has grown in, and there are beautiful memorials marking the resting places of our brothers and sisters. It is an excellent place to pray and contemplate. When you visit our ascended brothers and sisters gathered together at Fort Lincoln, you can experience our own Garden of Restoration.

Fort Lincoln cemetery is located at 3401 Bladensburg Rd., Brentwood, MD, just a few minutes from the Washington Times.

Important Information: We are extending a final offer to our families to join us and purchase a plot at Fort Lincoln Cemetery. After this year, we will no longer qualify for the group discount rate of $2,000 (two-person crypt) and $1,700 (one-person crypt).

The cost of a plot for non-groups is $6,695 (two person) and $4,565 (one person). Please take advantage of this offer. This is a major savings!

Reserve your plot now with a modest deposit. There is a twelve-month interest-free payment plan. Make checks payable to HSA-UWC and mail to: National Won Jeon Shrine, 3600 New York Ave., NE, Suite 360, Washington, D.C. 20002-1947.

Check out the website – www.nationalwonjeon.com – to answer your questions about the National Won Jeon Shrine and links to Seung Hwa reference at familyfed.org and the Cheonpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center.

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