Wednesday, May 2, 2018
The Sunday Evening Services team is taking the month of May off as it re-visions the program on Sunday evenings. There will be services on the first Sunday of the summer months, June, July, and August at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall (North Wing).
As the new vision unfolds, there will be more information. Please stay tuned. In the meantime, feel free to explore the many gatherings and prayer support available at the center. You can find the many groups, classes and places to request spiritual support on our center's home page. And please feel free to reach out to team members Maggie Cole, Sherry Vierra, Elias Owens, Marielle Taylor, and Tara Steele if you have questions.
Monday, April 23, 2018
Ananda Yogiji and Jaya Lakshmi
Saturday, April 21, 2018
The theme for our Sunday talks this month is "Where Humanity and Divinity" meet. For Rev. Tara, one of those places of meeting is in the life and example of Jesus. Part of the power of his example is that he was human as well as divine. He saw beyond day-to-day realities to live from a higher Truth.
The service begins at 7 pm on Sunday in Waggoner Hall. All are welcome to join in. This will be our last Sunday evening service until June 3. Sunday, April 29, Ananda Yogiji and Jaya Lakshmi bring their devotional chants and kirtan.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Heaven and earth meet in the balance of mind and heart. At this evening's service, Practitioner Sherry Vierra leads a discussion on discernment. What steps can we take to facilitate the communion of body and spirit?
The conversation begins at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall, North Wing. All are welcome.
Sunday, April 8, 2018
Join Practitioner Maggie Cole as she facilitates a conversation about the seeing the divinity in our humanity and the humanity in our divinity. We truly are ONE. This interactive service begins at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall. All are welcome to a place where we have the opportunity to talk about what matters in spiritual community.
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Japanese Tea Garden, San Francisco
As spiritual beings having a human experience, we are full and complete expressions of the Divine, this is our birthright, our true identity. Science of Mind teaches us that we are one, connected with all life. Is there a space between our humanity and divinity? The way in which we think of this, hold this in our consciousness promotes our oneness or the sense of separation. We choose, all the time.
Calvin Johnson brings his talent and presence to fill our service with music. Come early as Calvin loves to sing for us. The service begins at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall, North Wing. All are welcome.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
This month our topic has been "Rooted in the Divine." Deep healthy roots are important to the blossoming of a flower or a human being. And, after a daffodil blooms, wise gardeners don't cut the leaves off at the base. They leave them to put nourishment from the sun back into the bulbs for the next year.
Rev. Tara believes that, like tulips and daffodils, it is not enough to be rooted in the Divine. Though it is essential, we must also reach out to the world, bringing who we are and what is ours to do into full blossom and then renewal. On Sunday evening, come share your thoughts as we sit together in spiritual community. The service begins at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall. All are welcome.