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“You Never Know”

What happens when we venture out to take that small step, not knowing the entire path? You never know! Let’s explore the opportunities that present when we simply … begin. It’s never too late for miracles to happen.

Speaker: Rev. Melanie Eyre

Talk only on You Tube (high-speed available)
KIDS PROGRAM ~ Sundays at 10:30am via Zoom – Contact us to register

When available, a revised transcript of this week’s talk is provided below for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Prayers, readings, and songs from this week’s service are also provided below.

Community Circle Zoom Meeting/Discussion: No meeting this week.

“Boots on the Ground”

Ever feel like happiness is this elusive holy grail that you just can’t seem to attain? You’re not alone! For most people, happiness is primarily experienced in moments, rather than days or years. But there are some tried and true practices that can help you get there and stay there more often. This week, we will discuss one often overlooked practice that can really make a difference in finding meaning, purpose and, yes, happiness too.

Speaker: Rev. Melanie Eyre

Talk only on You Tube (high-speed available)
KIDS PROGRAM ~ Sundays at 10:30am via Zoom – Contact us to register

When available, a revised transcript of this week’s talk is provided below for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Prayers, readings, and songs from this week’s service are also provided below.

Community Circles – Are you left with questions after a talk, or did an idea so resonate with you that you want to explore it further? In our Community Circles, we build relationships with others, share ideas and insights, and support each other as we apply these principles in our daily lives.

Community Circle Zoom Meeting/Discussion: Wednesday, Oct. 6.

Please join us on the Zoom link below.  I look forward to seeing you!

Zoom link here. Request login information here. Find discussion questions here.

“Moving Forward or Killing Time?”

Is the person you are right now the person you want to be forever?

No matter where we are in life, change happens. It may be a new awareness for the same old thing we’ve been doing for years, or a complete change of direction. What does this actually mean in a spiritual sense? What are the qualities we need for moving forward? It’s never too late for change, but how do we move forward rather than simply waste our time?

Speaker: Rev. Chris Kell

Talk only on You Tube (high-speed available)
KIDS PROGRAM ~ Sundays at 10:30am via Zoom – Contact us to register

“It’s Never Too Late To Be Who You Were Meant To Be!”

Are our best days behind us? How often do we think opportunity has passed us by? Here’s our chance to take a new look at the possibilities life offers, every day. As George Eliot said, it’s never too late to be who you were meant to be.

Speaker: Rev. Melanie Eyre

Talk only on You Tube (high-speed available)
KIDS PROGRAM ~ Sundays at 10:30am via Zoom – Contact us to register

When available, a revised transcript of this week’s talk is provided below for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Prayers, readings, and songs from this week’s service are also provided below.

Community Circles – Are you left with questions after a talk, or did an idea so resonate with you that you want to explore it further? In our Community Circles, we build relationships with others, share ideas and insights, and support each other as we apply these principles in our daily lives.

Community Circle Zoom Meeting/Discussion: No Community Circle this week.

Please join us on the Zoom link below.  I look forward to seeing you!

Zoom link here. Request login information here. Find discussion questions here.

“It’s Never Too Late to Love”

It’s never too late to love. The frequency of love moves us beyond the lower frequency of fears (of limits, consequences, doubts of the world of sensory limitations) into the world of unlimited possibilities.

Speaker: Rev. Marylou Palmer

Talk only on You Tube (high-speed available)
KIDS PROGRAM ~ Sundays at 10:30am via Zoom – Contact us to register

When available, a revised transcript of this week’s talk is provided below for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Prayers, readings, and songs from this week’s service are also provided below.

Community Circles – Are you left with questions after a talk, or did an idea so resonate with you that you want to explore it further? In our Community Circles, we build relationships with others, share ideas and insights, and support each other as we apply these principles in our daily lives.

Wednesday September 8, 7:00 – 8:30 pm EDT. Community Circle: No discussion group tonight.

What Is True Healing? 5 Practices That Can Help Us Heal Body, Mind, and Spirit

Dr. Norman Shealy writes that people often may choose habits and lifestyles that create imbalance, disharmony, and dis-ease. What are some better choices for our well-being? Tune in as we learn about practices that can help us heal in mind, body, and spirit.

Speaker: Rev. Chris Kell

Talk only on You Tube (high-speed available)
KIDS PROGRAM ~ Sundays at 10:30am via Zoom – Contact us to register

When available, a revised transcript of this week’s talk is provided below for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Prayers, readings, and songs from this week’s service are also provided below.

Community Circles – Are you left with questions after a talk, or did an idea so resonate with you that you want to explore it further? In our Community Circles, we build relationships with others, share ideas and insights, and support each other as we apply these principles in our daily lives.

Wednesday September 1, 7:00 – 8:30 pm ET. Community Circle Zoom Meeting/Discussion. Board President and congregant Tim Rainey works at Lake Lanier and will be presenting  a talk about Lake Lanier, GA. Lake Lanier is well known for its recreational opportunities and it is the source of water for metropolitan Atlanta.  But what else does it do?  How do you “manage” a lake?  Isn’t it just water flowing into a big hole?  Learn about the multiple purposes for Lake Lanier and the intricate, complex, and sometimes delicate factors, considerations, and processes that go into “managing” a lake.  Learn about the benefits it provides, not only locally, but regionally and nationally.  And finally, learn why it is not really a “lake”. 

Please join us on the Zoom link below.  I look forward to seeing you!

Zoom link here. Request login information here. Find discussion questions here.

See you at 7!