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Rev. Andrew Groves

Friday, November 10, December 1, and December 15, 2017.
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Rev. Kylie Renner

On the Spiritual Path, I often find myself needing to remember that the things that appear to be in the way, both internally and externally, aren’t actually in the way.

Join us on Sunday to explore the ways in which we can approach what appears to get in the way.

With Great Love,
Rev. Kylie Renner

“It’s heaven all the way to heaven, and it’s hell all the way to hell!” - Catherine of Siena

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Rev. Andrew Groves

The phrase, “make up your mind,” sounds sort of impatient to me. Probably because that’s how I usually use it — like, would you just choose already? Either cook or get out of the kitchen. Stop dithering and procrastinating and prevaricating and make a commitment, for heaven’s sake!

To make up one’s mind usually means to decide between things, to pick a thing or a direction and go for it. And that’s great, as far as it goes. But I’m wondering what might be available if I considered other ways to make up my mind…

Because to make up can also mean to comprise or compose, as in: the party was made up of brilliant people, lively entertainment, and exquisite refreshments. To make up can also mean to imagine, as in: making up a wonderful story. To make up also means to reconcile, to come together.

Of what shall we make our minds up? Instead of the impatient elimination of other options, let’s explore making up our minds as beautiful imaginings, vibrant gatherings, and musical magical compositions.

I can’t wait to see you this Saturday, at 6:00. Join us at 5:30 for wine, community, and cheer. XO, Rev. Drew

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Rev. Masando Hiraoka

Sometimes I just forget what an honor it is to be alive. It’s far too easy sometimes to complain or struggle against life in a way that sets everything up as needing the world to change to accomodate me. Yet, there are moments when the sacredness and sweetness of life overwhelms all of that and I wake up to what an honor it is to be doing what I’m doing, and interacting with the humans I get to interact with, and just being alive at this time. It feels like such an honor.

Looking forward to being honored by your presence at Wednesday Night Service!
Service starts at 6:30pm, Happy Hour at 6!

See You Soon,
Masando

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Rev. Andrew Groves

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Rev. Andrew Groves

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Rev. Kylie Renner


Recently the universe seems to be telling me over and over “what did you ask for?,” and over and over it is already here. It is amazing how little things like fresh bay leaves and running into someone you know in a city where I know no one can remind me of the extreme generosity of spirit, and the joy of being part of that genuine gift of life. Genuine giving feeds joyfulness. The more generosity, the greater joy. And I’m discovering that we can be more generous than we ever thought possible.

Join us on Sunday to explore the divine nature of generosity.

With Great Love,
Rev. Kylie Renner
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Rev. Andrew Groves

“The whole universe is based on rhythms. Everything happens in circles, in spirals.” — John Hartford

What a joy and privilege it is to experience the convergence of these concentric spiraling circles that are our lives. I envision it all like a Venn diagram of infinite intersection and overlap — where you and I meet, and the lives of everyone we’ve ever loved are brought together into the pattern of this perfect moment.

This Saturday, we’re honoring Dia de los Muertos with a special service to remember our loved ones, the times we’ve shared, and the beauty of Eternity. Please join us for song and celebration of Life. Service at 6:00. Social at 5:30. XO, Rev. Drew

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Rev. Masando Hiraoka

These days, it feels way too easy to get overwhelmed by all that is happening in the world. I am reminded of the story of Esther from the Bible, who found herself in an unlikely position of influence during a time of turmoil, who was reminded by an elder in her community, “Perhaps you were born for such a time as this.”

We are here, now, and each one of us holds a powerful and important place on the planet at this time. Even if we don’t realize it or fully understand it, we have been made for such a time as this.

My dear friend, and long-time writer for the SOM Magazine, Eugene Holden, will be joining us for this special service on Wednesday, and we will be sharing time in giving the talk! Please come join us and get an experience of this amazing human!

Service starts at 6:30, Happy Hour starts at 6!
See You Wednesday,
Masando

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