Featured Church Community Events
DeBenneville Winter Weekend Jan 30-Feb 1, 2015 Registration Opens Dec 7, 2014 Come join our members & friends in the snow! Enjoy warm cabins, hot showers, great food and activities at the main Homet Lodge. Come deepen...
Parent Affinity Groups Two New Parents Affinity Groups Starting in January Jan 11 For parents with children up to the age of 12. This group will be led by Rose Ann Lang. The time will be the second Sunday of every month...
Religious Education Registration
RE Registration Children and youth from every family participating in and attending our co-operative RE program must register Registration has two parts: Completion of online registration forms and...
- Wednesday, December 24, 2014 -- 5 and 7 pm am
"Christmas Eve: Our Guiding Lights"
Christmas celebrates the birth of a new guide; a birth only known by the light of a star and a guide who would offer wisdom for generations to come. On this eve, we can be inspired by the guides of the holiday tradition to find the stars in our lives. Our Christmas Eve service welcomes people of all ages.
Services will be held at 5pm and 7pm!
Worship Leader: Reverend Mitra Rahnema
- Sunday, December 28, 2014 -- 10 am
"New Year, New Relationships:
How to Keep the Four Headless Horsemen of the Apocalypse from Sabotaging Your Relationships!"
Join Rev. Bhikshuni L. Trinlae for a presentation of mathemetician and researcher John Gottman's findings on healthy relationships, and tips! This sermon is perfectly timed for rebooting relationships during your holiday season. Rev. Bhikshuni Trinlae has been an ordained Buddhist nun of the Vajrayana contemplative lineage for 22 years.
Worship Leader: Reverend Bhikshuni L. Trinlae
This service is at 10 a.m. only
- Sunday, January 4, 2015 -- 9 and 11 am
"The Spiral Year: A Pagan Lesson in Time and Acceptance"
We will talk about circular versus linear time, as lenses through which to see the world. We will discuss how much beauty becomes available to us when we are willing to acknowledge the 'lenses' through which we see and touch the world, without shame or blame, but with simple acceptance and love. Acknowledging that time is subject to interpretation, we will explore how shifting lenses -- without judging one as "better" or "worse" -- grants us access to serve others in wholeness of spirit.
Service Leader: Essayan Hart