Sunday, July 23, 2017

5th Sunday - Communication Is a Two-Way Street, Practitioner Maggie Cole and Friends, 7 pm, July 30



Practitioner Maggie Cole has gathered an outstanding team of ministers and practitioners to explore the many ways that one listens to and communicates with the One.  This special Fifth Sunday evening service begins with a welcome and prayer in the sanctuary, then attendees choose among the seven workshop-style offerings, from prayer to writing to body awareness to meditation and more.

This program is open to all.  Please plan to join Maggie and friends on Sunday, July 30, beginning at 7 pm in the sanctuary.

Monday, July 17, 2017

"How Well Do You Listen?", Rev. Tara Steele, 7 pm, July 23

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This Sunday's service focuses on listening.  In that spirit, Rev. Tara invites you to take some time in the coming week to listen to this simple chant created by Paramahansa Yogananda.  It's on youtube so you may have to skip an ad at the beginning.

Have a listen then come share your experience and hear the experiences of others. Sunday evening service begins at 7 pm in Room 10, North Wing.  All are welcome.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

"Cookies and Lemonade in Community", Rev. Tara Steele and Friends, 7 pm, July 16

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This Sunday evening, you're invited to get to know others who attend Sunday evening services.  We often are so busy with all that we do that there isn't time to simply sit and listen to each others' stories and experiences.  We will have some time to sit in prayer and in silence -- most of our time together will be deliciously simple, being in community, sharing a bit of who we are.

We gather at 7 pm in Room 10, North Wing.  All are welcome.

PS:  If you would like to bring some home made cookies to share, please do.

Monday, July 3, 2017

"Conversations in Circle: Open Communication", Maggie Cole, RScP, 7 pm, July 9



What value do you place on communication? You are invited to engage in conversation and practice communing with God, yourself and each other in the lovely, open and gracious atmosphere of the evening service. 

Practitioner Maggie Cole leads the conversation on Sunday evening.  All are welcome, the conversation begins at 7 pm in Room 10, North Wing.


Monday, June 26, 2017

"The Secret of Life", Maggie Cole, RScP, 7 pm, July 2


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“I believe in a direct communication between the Spirit and the individual - the Universal Spirit personifying itself through each and all; this is a beautiful, a logical and an unavoidable conclusion.”  Ernest Holmes, Can We Talk to God?

In Maggie Cole's experience of being alive on the planet, she has heard this question again and again, “What is the secret of life, the meaning of life?”. Maggie's response is that the secret of life is “communication and timing”. This has been an ongoing discovery. When life reveals itself, it is important to pay attention. God always has something wonderful for us and the art of communing with God, ourselves and each other is an art to be valued and practiced.


Music: Tom McCurry, Maggie's beautiful and talented friend, will inspired us as he communicates with song, story, presence and power. Love it.

The service begins at 7 pm in Room 10, North Wing.  All are welcome.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

"Walking Your Talk", Rev. Tara Steele, 7 pm, June 25



In Rev. Tara's words: "Perhaps it's actually about "talking your walk".  I don't know about you but I can spend a fair amount of time second guessing myself, wonder what I'm doing, whether I'm on track, on purpose.  Please join me to see where we are, what our walk looks like, and whether it's something we need to talk about."

The Sunday evening service begins at 7 pm in Room 10, North Wing.  All are welcome to this informal, interactive time of community spiritual practice and exploration.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

"How Much Do Your Values Weigh?", Practitioner Sherry Vierra, 7 pm, June 18




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Can our values be the "rock of our salvation" when the wind of change and challenge blows our way?  On Sunday at our evening service, we will explore some ideas on how to stand firm (maybe flapping about a bit) without being "blown away."  We hope you will join us for a conversation about how we might let our values hold us so we don't have to struggle to hold them.

The service begins at 7 pm in Room 10, North Wing.  All are welcome