Monday, March 27, 2017

Kirtan and Devotional Chanting with Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda Yogiji, Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 7 pm




Jaya and Ananda were here this past Sunday, bringing a taste of their powerful spiritual practice of kirtan and devotional chanting.  This Wednesday's evening service is a full immersion in the practice. You are welcome to sing along or listen -- the beauty will wash over you.

Our service begins at 7 pm, in the Sanctuary at the Center for Spiritual Living, Santa Rosa.  All are welcome. You'll find more about Jaya and Ananda here.

Monday, March 13, 2017

"Belonging vs. Fitting In", Rev. Janet Tobin, Wednesday, March 15, 2017, 7 pm



Wednesday Evening Service at Center for Spiritual Living, Santa Rosa

“Just who do you think you are?”  Do you know where you belong? When we can answer these questions honestly, everything falls into place!  Knowing our place, knowing where we belong is life affirming and expansive.

This coming Wednesday, March 15, Rev Janet Tobin will be speaking at the evening service, and she is exploring the topic “Belonging vs. Fitting In.” Join us at the Center for Spiritual Living at 7 pm, and plan of staying a bit after the service for light snacks and conversations with others in our community.

See you on Wednesday!

Monday, March 6, 2017

"Divine Discontent", Rev. Jane Beach, 7 pm, Wednesday, March 8, 2017


"I'm grateful, it's a good thing, so why isn't it enough anymore?"  Have you ever found yourself in this place of not feeling the joy and delight you once did, instead there's an underlying "bleh"?

What do you do with "divine discontent"?  What it is and what is offers -- that's the focus of Rev. Jane Beach's talk this Wednesday, March 8.  All are welcome to the service which begins at 7 pm, with snacks, fellowship and conversation afterwards.  

Monday, February 27, 2017

"Education and Improvement", Dr. Edward Viljoen, Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 7 pm



"We welcome more of our Divine Nature to be realized within us and revealed through our relationships, decisions, and contributions to the world."  

Join Dr. Edward as he explores this month's theme "Education and Improvement" and how we affirm these values in the world.  The Wednesday evening service begins at 7 pm, with light snacks and conversation in the social hall afterwards.  All are welcome.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

"I Shall Not Be Moved", Practitioner Lawrence Edwards, 7 pm,. Wednesday, February 22, 2017





At this Wednesday's evening service, Practitioner Lawrence Edwards reminds us of the power of Love.  When we live from Love, there is a grace and a power infusing everything and everyone. When we stand in this place, we shall not be moved into anything less than a Divine unfolding.

The service begins at 7 pm.  All are welcome.  Plan to attend and talk with others after the service over finger foods in the social hall.

Monday, February 13, 2017

"Oneness Is Not Sameness", Rev. Tara Steele, Wednesday, February 15, 2017, 7 pm


Infinite possibilities, unlimited variety, beyond our wildest imaginings...that's The Thing Itself.  In Its infinite nature, there are no duplicates, each divine expression is unique, perfect, and One -- a bit mind boggling.  This Wednesday, we'll explore ways to experience this Oneness with chant, prayer, contemplation. The evening service begins at 7 pm.  Rev. Tara looks forward to welcoming you.

Monday, February 6, 2017

"The One, The Many and You", Rev. Kim Kaiser, Wednesday, February 8, 2017, 7 pm

Mount Shasta, Southgate Meadow

This Wednesday evening, Rev. Kim continues our exploration of this month's spiritual values, diversity and inclusivity. Here's a glimpse of what Rev. Kim will have to :  "Looking at the world from the point of view that we are all One being, each person we meet is another opportunity for us to discover what we really are, another opportunity to love the infinite ways our own being expresses Itself."

The service begins at 7 pm.  Following the program, there are light snacks and the opportunity to talk with others, including Rev. Kim, about what he had to say.