"Befriending Darkness" with Asha Lightbearer ~ Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020 at 11am EDT Please join our livestream by clicking the link below!


Compassion and Oneness, with Iyabo Onipede
Please enjoy Iyabo Onipede, Co-Director of Compassionate Atlanta, as she explores the connection between our choice of compassion and our ability to see and experience the oneness of all life.

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Local Gathering & Children’s Program, Roswell, GA ~ Sundays @ 11am
FB Live Stream ~ Sundays @ 11:25am EST (http://bit.ly/OWSCFB)

CREATING A GLOBAL COMMUNITY CENTERED IN PEACE, LOVE AND JOY


“The Role of Compassion in Spiritual Growth,” with Iyabo Onipede
We were so pleased to welcome Iyabo Onipede, Co-Director of Compassionate Atlanta, to One World! Please enjoy as she shares her wisdom on the centrality of compassion in her spiritual journey and our own.

#interspirituality #practicalspirituality #spiritualnotreligious #oneworld #spirituality

Local Gathering & Children’s Program, Roswell, GA ~ Sundays @ 11am
FB Live Stream ~ Sundays @ 11:25am EST (http://bit.ly/OWSCFB)

CREATING A GLOBAL COMMUNITY CENTERED IN PEACE, LOVE AND JOY

Mother’s Day, Mothers and Magic

Join us as we continue our series on Myth and Mystery with a special Mother’s Day service celebrate the magic of birth and motherhood and the special wisdom that mothers bring to their children and the world. CHILDREN’S PROGRAM AVAILABLE at Roswell location. LIVE STREAM AVAILABLE at 11:25 AM To watch via Facebook Live, tune in to

Emory University Public Classes – Cognitive-Based Compassion Training

CBCT – (Cognitive-Based Compassion Training) is a method for cultivating greater well-being through the use of reflective practices. Developed at Emory University by professor Lobsang Tenzin Negi, CBCT fosters compassion through a process that begins with the stabilization of attention and awareness of one’s own mental activity. Gradually through the use of analytical mental exercises, one

What Makes A Hero?

On May 28 our country celebrated Memorial Day, a day we honor courage, selflessness and sacrifice. On that day we honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice fighting for us in our country’s wars. The VA gives a number of over 650,000 U.S. soldiers, sailors and airmen killed in battle over the

Where Compassion Takes Us

  We were so grateful on Sunday to have with us Leanne Rubenstein, Executive Director of Compassionate Atlanta. She spoke about her organization’s goals of promoting the spread of a consciousness  of compassion in the Atlanta area, and what that might look like for us. In 2008, author and teacher Karen Armstrong was awarded the TED