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Theme for 2014: Start Where You Are
2014 JULY MINISTER’S MESSAGE: Breadcrumbs Don’t Work!
July! I wanted to have a playful month in this glorious time of year and so all month I am speaking on the metaphoric/spiritual meaning of Fairy Tales! I promise it will be fun and interesting. Rip Van Winkle, Hansel & Gretel, Aladdin, the Princess & the Pea, Beauty and the Beast and Rapunzel have much to tell us about our true nature! I have never done a series like this, and so I am pretty excited to be sharing this for the first time with you.
In addition, on the first Sunday in July I have invited a dear friend, a Course in Miracles singer/songwriter/speaker, named Charley Thweatt, to bring his magic to us. He will be speaking at the 10:30 Service, offering a beautiful concert after church on Sunday and hosting a Course in Miracles workshop Monday, July 7. Charley is a great presenter and deeply in touch with the universal principles of the Course – and has agreed to help me out while my family moves! He is a great gift to the world, and I hope you will enjoy his presentations.
And don’t forget the Mind, Body, Spirit Fair later in the month on Saturday, July 26! It promises to be deeply filled with healers of all sorts – don’t miss it!
Have a delightful month, and I hope to see you on Sundays!
Our service on August 3, 2014 - 9:30am
Start Where You Are:
The early service is an opportunity to attend a different kind of Service earlier on Sunday mornings. This Service is brief, just half an hour in length and will include prayer and a message and then lead into our regular fifteen-minute Sunday meditation.