Our interfaith service features sincere, non-judgmental dialogue that addresses spiritual life today. Services draw from a wide variety of ancient and modern spiritual scriptures and include (voluntary) participation by the congregation. We aim to provide a forum for meaningful spiritual connection in a supportive setting. Everyone is welcome regardless of race, creed, or sexual orientation.
Please see our Spiritual Events page for upcoming services/workshops and programs.
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FATE, KARMA & REINCARNATION
What is the difference between fate and destiny? How much karmic baggage do you carry? How much control do you have over your life, or is it out of your hands? Join us to learn the answers to these important questions and explore how your choice determines your future.
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Each of the original Ten Commandments had physical, intellectual, spiritual, and emotional components. Come for the “free upgrade” and learn the inner meanings. For instance, “Thou shalt not kill” does not just mean physical murder but applies to the death of the spirit, such as our hopes and dreams. We will discuss the relevance of each of the Ten Commandments in our modern lives and their spiritual meaning.
See Ancestral Spirits and Guides/Spiritual Events listings.
Spirit Guides, guardian angels, and familiars! They have been around since the beginning of time, and most of us have heard of some spirits but are not sure precisely what they are. This evening you will learn where these beings come from, how to communicate with them, and how they can enrich your life.
We begin our spirit gatherings by creating sacred space by connecting to the elements of the universe, followed by the following rituals: the lighting of candles and circles of honor for nature, gratitude, healing, and departed souls. The Rabbi or Reverend will present the topic (see Upcoming Spiritual Events), followed by dialog and closing with interfaith prayers and blessings. Drumming and chanting are welcome during spirit gatherings.