Calendar

Oct
20
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Oct 20 @ 10:00 am

Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer

Oct
27
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Oct 27 @ 10:00 am

Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer

Nov
10
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Nov 10 @ 10:00 am


Behold, I Show You a Mystery

Nov
17
Sun
Sunday Service with Greg Tamblyn
Nov 17 @ 10:00 am

“A Brief Mystery of God”

Guest speaker Greg Tamblyn weaves together a sacred lesson experience with funny, award-wining songs, stories, a meditation, and powerful group meditation music. Congregants get filled up with a healthy dose of music and laughter, plus a profound experience of the Sacred. Join us for love and laughter.

THE SACRED AND THE SILLY
Mystics, prophets, saints and psychologists have all told us that happiness lies in the NOW. Many of us in the West have forgotten where that is. Silliness and humor are profound ways to get there.

A BRIEF MYSTERY OF GOD
The healthiest and most helpful attitude to life’s unanswerable questions and big mysteries is what the best mystics and scientists have in common: a sense of wonder and a sense of humor.

GPS 1.0
Many of us have a GPS in our phone to help us get where we’re going.
Wouldn’t it be cool to have the same thing for our lives?
Wouldn’t it be even cooler if it told us where we need to go?
Good news: we’ve already got one. It’s standard equipment.

SOULMATES OR CELLMATES?
Even the best relationships usually involve several pit-stops at the AFGO Station. (Another Friendly Growth Opportunity.) Getting our needs met requires knowing what those needs are (now there’s a shock!) and my favorite helpful tools.

WHAT’S YOUR STORY?
Stories are the most powerful communication tool we have. The story of Jesus, for example, contains elements that make it both inspirational and lasting. A new story – Boy In A Bag – will stay with you long after you hear it, and inspire you to hear the
better angels of your nature.

Nov
24
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Nov 24 @ 10:00 am

Giving Thanks for Everything

It has been said, “If the only prayer you ever said was thank you, that would be enough.” Miester Eckhart.
In this season of Thanksgiving we are reminded of the power of gratitude.
Being grateful each and every moment is a far more joyous experience than waiting on outside circumstances to bring me something to be grateful for. In the never-changing presence of Divine Love there is born blessing after blessing, a constant flow of good coming to me and through me as I give thanks for absolutely everything.

Dec
1
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Dec 1 @ 10:00 am

Celebrating the Light that is You

First week of advent

The light in you is what the universe longs to behold. The light in you is your strength, your power and your life. The light in you is what heals the world. The light in you reminds me of the light in me. Whatever you thought you were waiting for is right here, right now, contained in the light that is you! This Sunday we are going to learn the joy of shining our light.

Oct
20
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Oct 20 @ 10:00 am

Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer

Oct
27
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Oct 27 @ 10:00 am

Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer

Nov
10
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Nov 10 @ 10:00 am


Behold, I Show You a Mystery

Nov
17
Sun
Sunday Service with Greg Tamblyn
Nov 17 @ 10:00 am

“A Brief Mystery of God”

Guest speaker Greg Tamblyn weaves together a sacred lesson experience with funny, award-wining songs, stories, a meditation, and powerful group meditation music. Congregants get filled up with a healthy dose of music and laughter, plus a profound experience of the Sacred. Join us for love and laughter.

THE SACRED AND THE SILLY
Mystics, prophets, saints and psychologists have all told us that happiness lies in the NOW. Many of us in the West have forgotten where that is. Silliness and humor are profound ways to get there.

A BRIEF MYSTERY OF GOD
The healthiest and most helpful attitude to life’s unanswerable questions and big mysteries is what the best mystics and scientists have in common: a sense of wonder and a sense of humor.

GPS 1.0
Many of us have a GPS in our phone to help us get where we’re going.
Wouldn’t it be cool to have the same thing for our lives?
Wouldn’t it be even cooler if it told us where we need to go?
Good news: we’ve already got one. It’s standard equipment.

SOULMATES OR CELLMATES?
Even the best relationships usually involve several pit-stops at the AFGO Station. (Another Friendly Growth Opportunity.) Getting our needs met requires knowing what those needs are (now there’s a shock!) and my favorite helpful tools.

WHAT’S YOUR STORY?
Stories are the most powerful communication tool we have. The story of Jesus, for example, contains elements that make it both inspirational and lasting. A new story – Boy In A Bag – will stay with you long after you hear it, and inspire you to hear the
better angels of your nature.

Nov
24
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Nov 24 @ 10:00 am

Giving Thanks for Everything

It has been said, “If the only prayer you ever said was thank you, that would be enough.” Miester Eckhart.
In this season of Thanksgiving we are reminded of the power of gratitude.
Being grateful each and every moment is a far more joyous experience than waiting on outside circumstances to bring me something to be grateful for. In the never-changing presence of Divine Love there is born blessing after blessing, a constant flow of good coming to me and through me as I give thanks for absolutely everything.

Dec
1
Sun
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Dec 1 @ 10:00 am

Celebrating the Light that is You

First week of advent

The light in you is what the universe longs to behold. The light in you is your strength, your power and your life. The light in you is what heals the world. The light in you reminds me of the light in me. Whatever you thought you were waiting for is right here, right now, contained in the light that is you! This Sunday we are going to learn the joy of shining our light.

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