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Jane Westbrook

We welcome Rev Cynthia James, Transformational Specialist and Award Winning Author. She has guided thousands of people to make changes for lasting healing in their lives. As a lecturer, teacher, performing artist and author of "What Will Set You Free". Cynthia has coached and supported thousands of people into healthy & vibrant living. She is an Associate Minister at Mile Hi Church in Denver.

This is Sunday not be missed. Cynthia will speak and sing at both services, and will present a workshop at 1:30.

This is the Day to "Bust the Myth" that it is normal to be ordinary and leap into the extraordinary life that awaits you.!

Adrienne Phillips

Wednesday February 15th 5:00 pm.
Come explore the wisdom of the Science of Mind Magazine with Joe Puzak, RScP.

Adrienne Phillips

Starts Thursday March 15th, 2012 at 6:30 PM

This course is a loving tribute to Dr. Ernest Holmes and all of the wisdom he brought to our world. The course is based upon What We Believe and each week the student has the opportunity to examine these ideas and uncover ways to make the power of this teaching come alive in her/his life. Each week has a meditation on light that takes the student progressively deeper and deeper into the light to find inner truth.

With Joe Puzak, RScP

Jane Westbrook

The example of Martin Luther King Jr., is such a powerful one, not only for the things he was able to accomplish, but more importantly for the way he did it. He truly epitomized the call of Ernest Holmes to be for something and against nothing, and his success and lasting impact shows us how effective the approach of being guided by love and connection can be.

Join us on Sunday as we explore how to tap into the energy of being for something and against nothing.

With Great Love,
Rev. Kylie Renner

“Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” Martin Luther King Jr.

Rev. Kylie Renner

With Rev. Cynthia James

Transformational Speaker, Teacher, Performer and Award-Winning Author

January 29th, 2012
1:30-3:30 PM

$25 general admission
Tither's Circle Members Free

This workshop is about moving from the ordinary to the extraordinary. It is for busy people who want to become more conscious and successful. It is for people who feel overwhelmed, overworked and overcommitted. It is for people who feel stuck and want to birth ‘that something’ inside of them that is screaming to be released in exceptional ways.

We live in a culture that places a lot of attention and advertising dollars on acquiring something. That could mean jobs, relationships, money, power or status. It is wonderful to feel comfortable but it is better to be joyous and fulfilled. That state comes from being connected to self and being clear about how our thoughts and behaviors affect the environment we inhabit. The extraordinary person is awake, available and authentic. That means they are conscious in how they live, respond and express. The truth is, no one is ordinary, everyone has the potential of expressing in a state of the extraordinary.

Rev. Kylie Renner

For many of us the idea of prayer is clouded in old ideas and paradigms that don't fit with who we have now become, but it is sometimes hard to notice that, while we have changed the words of our prayers, we are still attached to begging, beseeching and bargaining with Spirit. Prayer is not about asking some external force for what we need, but about creating an internal environment in which it is easier to get what we want. It is a way to satisfy the basic human need to make a connection with something larger than our everyday self.

Join us on Sunday as we reignite the power and energy of prayer in our lives and align ourselves with the greater expression of Spirit that is seeking to reveal itself as each of us.

With Great Love,
Rev. Kylie Renner

Grant that I may not pray alone with the mouth; help me that I may pray from the depths of my heart.
Martin Luther

Adrienne Phillips

Thomas Troward was a divisional judge in Punjab India who studied and helped weave together the golden treads common to Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. Returning to England near the turn of the century, he became a pivotal figure in the New Thought Movement and had a profound effect on Ernest Holmes. Troward provided the foundation for Holmes’ writings on cause and effect, the Unity of Spirit and the Universal and Individual Mind. Explore the influential metaphysics of this mystic in this 8 week accredited course through The Edinburgh Lectures of Thomas Troward.

Join Don Bonney RScP, starting Tuesday February 7th at 6:30 PM.

Adrienne Phillips

Come ask the deep question of what is Spirit's highest vision for leadership at the Center.

Rev. Kylie Renner

Join us New Year's Eve at 7 PM to create a sacred space of welcoming in the New Year.

Rev. Kylie Renner

This year instead of making tired, passionless resolutions that I won’t keep and will only end up feeling guilty about, I have decided to declare my willingness to the universe to make all things new. For me this means that I’m willing to see all of life with new eyes, not just the things I want to change or think should be different. The reason I believe that this is so important is that human beings, whose basic survival needs are met, seem to easily get stuck in the story we tell about our experience, and that story has an insidious way of keeping us from experiencing newness, wonder and miracles in our lives. In fact, our resolutions often sidestep the real issues that we are concerned about as we project into the future how our lives would be perfect if we could simply lose 30 pounds, or how we would finally be happy if we got organized, or learned some new skill. What happens, though, when we loose the weight, get organized, or learn how to speak Chinese, and we’re still not happy? We realize that what we thought would bring us joy, peace, or purpose couldn’t actually do anything lasting for us without a corresponding change in our inner worlds. It is so easy though to think about how, if only we could arrange our lives and the people around us just so, and get it all to stay the same, then finally we could be happy. But not only is this type of control impossible (not to mention nauseating to those who you are trying to control), it sets us up for every possible disappointment in the book, and, as paradoxical as it sounds, letting go of our need to control and change our experience to make us more comfortable will actually bring us more comfort.
Now you may be thinking, "why would I want to experience my whole world anew? I feel comfortable with most of it, and there just a few niggling things that if I could just figure out how to fix, then I would be happy." And what I have found is that it is my attachment to the story of wanting to keep that which makes me comfortable, stable and the same, is actually what is hindering my deepest intentions and resolutions from coming into being. In the past, I have mistakenly thought that my inability to manifest what I wanted in certain areas of my life had to do with some underlying issues surrounding that area, but now I realize that the block instead comes from my unwillingness to allow the rest of my life to rearrange itself for a new way of being, thus stopping the flow of good coming into my life. Imagine that—it is not an about money, or health, or relationships, it is that you want to keep the comfortable areas of your life exactly the "same" that actually causes the problem.
The funny thing is that, in spite of all of our resistance to change, the universe tends toward imposing upon us the requirement that we find the right relationship with transformation, and we don’t have to like it...it’s just easier if we do. So instead of making resolutions that we won’t be keeping anyway, let us commit to being willing to allow ourselves to see even the areas of our lives that are pleasant, and free from hardship as original and fresh, and see if we can’t just make some huge breakthroughs in our lives as we allow the flow of spirit to create newness...

See you for our New Year's Eve service at 7 PM, our New Year's Eve party after the service, and for regularly scheduled services New Year's Day at 9:15 and 11 AM.

With Great Love, Rev. Kylie Renner

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