10:00 am Meditation Service
10:30 am Celebration Service
10:15 - 11:45 Youth Church
Finding at least the tiniest spark of gratitude for each event, activity and experience makes the world go ‘round a whole lot more kindly.
Hafiz wrote, “Even after all this time the sun never says to the earth, ‘You owe me.’ Look what happens with a love like that – it lights the whole world.”
Feeling grateful lets you know that you have received that which you previously desired. By paying attention to what you call “Gratitude,” you can recreate the physical experience of thankfulness at your command. This is a powerful state to recreate every moment of the day.
Ernest Holmes wrote, “There is something in this attitude of thanksgiving that carries us beyond the field of doubt into one of perfect faith and acceptance, receptivity – realization.” Finding gratitude in each event, activity and experience makes everything better.
In this all-music service, we'll sing songs of gratitude for every area of our lives - Health, family, community, money, our beautiful world, and more. Music is a powerful way to generate a feeling of gratitude. Feeling gratitude helps us realize what we already have, and attracts into our experience even more abundance in all these areas of our lives.
This video is part of a youtube playlist of several of the songs we did. If you set your youtube to "auto-play" it will play all of them.
Sermon in Song By David Roth
A look at the time we spend wandering when seeking transformation or change.
Rev. John Moreland
Music: Mindy Dillard
What story have you been telling about wealth up until now?
Being able to find “The Still Point of Prosperity” anywhere or anytime makes all the difference in our ability to claim the abundance of Life.
Guest Speaker: Linda Brewer, RScP
By re-entering the circle of abundance, the circle of ease, all of the good in life becomes more available.
Given by Linda Brewer, 9-29-19 with Lezlee Monroe on Piano
from the book, Trance of Scarcity, by Victoria Castle