Our theme for Lent has been “seeing the Christ in every thing and every one.” This Sunday Rev. Sheryl talked about the personal crucifixions we face in life and how to rise above them.
This Sunday looks at another ‘I AM’ statement and examines how we are "the Door" and "the Way."
This week continues on our Lenten quest to see the Cosmic Christ in every one and every thing. We discuss what is meant be being a good shepherd and pose the question of how we are being good stewards of our planet and “the least amongst us”. How are we taking care of each other and this planet
I Am the Bread and the Vine. Our Lenten theme is to “see the Christ in every one and every thing”. This Sunday's message uses these two 'I AM’ statements to discover what nourishes us spiritually and how we, in turn, spiritually nourish others.
This week continues our Lenten Series on the Cosmic Christ. Last week we talked about creation. This week we talk about how the universe continues to create and transform matter - always moving us towards oneness.
This is the first week of Lent. This year we will be studying the book "The Stations of the Cosmic Christ" by Matthew Fox. This is a practice in “releasing of Christ energy” into our world.
Based on the good Samaritan parable found in Luke 10, learn the deeper meaning of the story. Learn how our own biases and backgrounds can cloud our abilities to see the Christ Light in others. In order to effectively serve others, we must first remove our own veils.
The Buddha said, “The root of suffering is attachment.” Jesus said, “…shake the dust off your feet. This Sunday, Rev. Sheryl helped us take a look at our attachments and how to free ourselves.