Since January 30. many of us have had a daily practice of increasing our awareness of nonviolence and expressing it in our lives. Beginning on the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the Season for Nonviolence comes to an end on the death anniversary of Martin Luther King, April 4.
At the Center for Spiritual Living, our regular Wednesday evening service on April 5 celebrates this time of heightened awareness of the power and importance of nonviolence. Young people will share their insights on nonviolent practices and how their lives are transformed by open-hearted experiences.
Please plan to join in this celebration and commitment to being a nonviolent presence in the world, responding with love at all times and in all places. The service begins at 7 pm n Wednesday, April 5, at the Center for Spiritual Living, Santa Rosa. All are welcome.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Monday, March 27, 2017
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
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
"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.