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Rev. Kylie Renner

Special Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. David Ault, Spiritual Living Center Atlanta

Everything happens twice, first in Mind and then in our outer experience. Our immediate world is the landscape of our self-contemplation. We certainly get that intellectually but it can take a lifetime to understand the immeasurable, natural power we possess regarding our creative freedom. What would begin to shift outwardly if we became hyper devoted to our interior world of thought?

Join us Sunday at 9:15 and 11 AM.

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Rev. Kylie Renner

My talks don’t often come to me in my dreams, but this one did, So I am taking my message from a wise teacher who appeared to me this week. Her message was to keep dancing, to be resilient, to persevere and to accept an invitation to a deeper dance with the divine. The dream involved a movie and a historical event, and I can’t remember now all those details, but Alice Walker’s wise lines, “hard times require furious dancing,” were my waking remembrance.

Join me on Saturday night, as we tap into a deeper source that allows us to keep dancing.

With Great Love,
Rev. Kylie Renner

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Rev. Kylie Renner

Come together with your community in prayer, song and gratitude as we set the tone for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will express gratitude for all the things we have and are and all the things we will become. Gratitude is a powerful state of being that gives a spiritual context to the consumption of a copious amount of calories. A state of Thanksgiving, acknowledging the bounty and abundance available to us at each moment, can allow us to change a holiday about a harvest in 1621 in to a modern day celebration of all the good in our lives that could pass by unnoticed, if we didn’t take the the time to slow down and be grateful.

With gratitude and blessings to each of you,
Rev. Kylie Renner

If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, "thank you," that would suffice. Meister Eckhart

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Rev. Andrew Groves

Rev. Kylie Renner

I am famous for traveling light. When on a trip I am always the one with the smallest baggage, and as you know this isn’t because I don’t love clothes. What I know about traveling light is that it leaves me flexible to not be bound by heavy and awkward things. I am free to travel unencumbered by things dragging me down. There is a lesson in traveling light that can be applied to how we are traveling though life, and what light we are able to bring wherever we are called.

Join me as we explore being the presence of traveling light, and releasing the burdens that we were never meant to bear.

With great love,
Rev. Kylie Renner

On a long journey even a straw weighs heavy.
-Spanish Proverb

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Rev. Andrew Groves

I know so many people right now who are shouting at their Facebook feeds and news reports, “Enough is enough!” In fact, what it really feels like is “It is too much!” Which is another way of saying, “I’m not enough.”

It’s tough going in a lot of ways right now, my friends. Of course we’re feeling pulled apart and spread thin. Of course many of us are wondering if we’re sufficient to the needs of the world, sufficient to the call of our own lives.

What I keep having to remind myself, and what I want to remind everyone, is that we are enough. Enough is what we are, enough and more. There’s nobody qualified to be you like you, me like me. And everything is an invitation for us to be more fully and truly ourselves — which, in the end, is absolutely everything.

I can’t wait to see you Saturday for our service of song & celebration at 6:00. Join us for community & cheer at 5:30. XO, Drew

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Rev. Masando Hiraoka

The Centers for Spiritual Living Diversity Commission is going to be in town at our center for their Annual Strategic Planning Meeting. For this very special Wednesday Evening Service, we’ll spend the portion of the service where the talk normally is having a panel with the Diversity Commissioners, who will be answering questions around race, gender, sexuality, and other intersections of identity and diversity. The commissioners will be traveling from across the US and Canada, and will include ministers, practitioners and lay leaders who are committed to greater diversity and inclusion both within our organization and within our world. You don’t want to miss this special night!

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Rev. Andrew Groves

Rev. Andrew Groves

Meeting for topical discussion, sharing in sacred safe space, and conversations about how to support our Center community.
2nd and 4th Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm

Contact Dean Hiltpold, RScP
leanmeandean1@yahoo.com
505-350-4865

Rev. Andrew Groves

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