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A pause is “a temporary stop in action or speech.” Sometimes, as we are caught up in railing against the state of the world or in our own endless things to do, a pause is just the thing for connecting to the deep beauty of life that is unfolding right here, right now.

I can’t wait to see you Saturday at 6:00, with music by Sid Fendley. Join us at 5:30 for wine & snacks.

- Jane Midgley, Ministerial Intern

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Rev. Masando Hiraoka

There is an underlying anxiety that I experience—that I sense many of us experience—that seems to come from this feeling that what we’re doing isn’t enough, the life we’re living isn’t enough, that ultimately who we are simply is not enough. And while we are undoubtedly living in a time that is inspiring and calling us to action, I’m finding that in order for us to make a real impact in the world, we must remember our wholeness and the wholeness of others in all that we do. Abiding in that ever-living presence of the One actually empowers us, grounds us, gives us the energy we need to meet life, to meet the world and all of its challenges with grace, with peace, and with real love.

Looking forward to seeing you all Wednesday Night! Service starts at 6:30, Happy Hour starts at 6.

All the Best,
Masando

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Rev. Andrew Groves

Rev. Kylie Renner

How do we create a legacy of love? We test everything against love! We bravely ask “is this what love would say, do, think?” If yes, then full steam ahead. If not, we bravely choose a different word, act or thought.

Join us as we celebrate the power we have to create more love on this planet. Also, we will be honoring the loving service of our Practitioners and recognizing our newest minister Rev. Amani Malaika.

With Great Love, 
Rev. Kylie Renner

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Rev. Andrew Groves

Most people I know are pretty much constantly in the midst of an inquiry about their life’s purpose — what’s my purpose? what am I doing here? am I doing it right? how do I know if I’m track?
And usually it seems like this conversation is driven by a process of getting really clear about who we are and what’s ours to do, and then plugging ourselves into the unique specialization that we and only we can provide to the life of the planet.

But I think maybe living with purpose is much simpler than that. Maybe clarity isn’t about narrowing our focus down to the one particular socket into which we need to plug ourselves, but rather opening up to the idea that everything can be a “socket.” Maybe specialization is about expanding into the groove of Everything, including all life’s complexity and contradiction and paradox. Every encounter, every situation, every blessed thing is an access point to the Infinite, our plug-in to Purpose and Source and the Infinite Radiant Light that is the truth of all being.

I can’t wait to see you Saturday at 6:00 for our service of song and celebration, with Patty Stephens & Sid Fendley. Join us at 5:30 for wine, snacks, and community.
XO, Rev. Drew

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Rev. Masando Hiraoka

Reconnection and deepening every week with Rev. Masando Hiraoka. Service at 6:30, social at 6:00 pm.

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Rev. Andrew Groves

Rev. Andrew Groves

Amani Malaika

Memorial Reception honoring Larry Koch.
Revamani@abqcsl.org
Service begins at 2pm.

Rev. Andrew Groves

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