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“The Divine Feminine: Who Is She?”

When I say the feminine, I don’t mean gender. I mean the feminine principle that is living—or suppressed—in both men and women. . . . How can we connect? Where is the love? . . . The great work of our time is to bring the feminine into this culture. —Marion Woodman

The Spring Equinox is a festival of awakening, and rebirth. With the Spring Equinox, the Earth returns to a place of perfect balance.  Can we balance the Divine Feminine with the Sacred Masculine as well? Let’s take a look during the Sunday gathering.

Speaker: Rev. Chris Kell

March 20, 2022

KIDS PROGRAM ~ Sundays at 10:30am via Zoom – Contact us to register

Community Circle Zoom Meeting/Discussion: Our next Community Circle Discussion will be Wednesday, March 23 at 7:00 ET.

Our weekly Community Circles discussion is a Zoom event, and if you need the link please email us at info@oneworldspiritualcenter.net or call 678-214-6938.

Do you have a topic or idea you’d like to discuss? If you do, please contact Rev. Melanie at the same email or phone.

“Stop Trying”

What is it about Lent that invites us to transformation, and at the same time reminds us it doesn’t have to be that hard? Join Rev. Melanie as she explores this invitation to new awakening.

Speaker: Rev. Melanie Eyre

KIDS PROGRAM ~ Sundays at 10:30am via Zoom – Contact us to register

Community Circle Zoom Meeting/Discussion: Our next Community Circle Discussion will be Wednesday, March 9th at 7:00 ET.

Our weekly Community Circles discussion is a Zoom event, and if you need the link please email us at info@oneworldspiritualcenter.net or call 678-214-6938.

Do you have a topic or idea you’d like to discuss? If you do, please contact Rev. Melanie at the same email or phone.

Celebrating the Black Church

Speaker: Rev. Chris Kell

February 27, 2022

In recognition of Black History Month, and to honor the Black Church in America, this Sunday’s service is an adaptation of a conglomerate of services that take place in churches every Sunday across the U.S. The first part of the talk will cover a brief history of the Black Church gathered from a mixture of sources. Much of the information on the modern Black church comes from recent polls conducted by two well-respected organizations, PEW Research Center and Barna Group. We hope you will join us this Sunday, the last Sunday of Black History month 2022, for our celebration and honoring of The Black Church in America.

Discovering Sabbath

Speaker: Rev. Melanie Eyre

February 20, 2022

The fourth of the Ten Commandments tells us to “Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it holy.” Who has time for that? A whole day off? Ask yourself – when was the last time you rested for a whole day? Maybe it’s time to take a second look at this practice, and find out what it can add to our journey. Can we approach an ordinary day, and see it new?