Morning Meditation, Dec 14, 2020
Join us for this meditation on peace, including a prayer for peace from the Sufi tradition.
Today we are taking a look at the role of mystics in this second of a two-part series on the exploration of prayer. Many of you may know of the writings of Matthew Fox, a modern-day Christian mystic whose work focuses on what he calls creation spirituality, envisioning a holy relationship between all living things.
Join guest speakers Bassem Fakhoury and Hounada Sinno Fakhoury as they explore the central role that prayers play in the life of a Muslim from three aspects: the spiritual connection with God, the impact on one’s daily life and the hidden gems in the prayer itself. Are you hoping to enrich your prayer life, or deepen your daily
Prayer. As we start out, my initial thought is that it’s somewhat of a loaded word – we all have associations with the concept of prayer. If you’re like me, you’ve been praying in one form or another since you were about two, starting out with the bedtime prayer, “now I lay me down to
Please join us as Rev. Steve Somogye, a student of Buddhism for over 30 years and an Ordained Priest in Shinnyo-en Buddhism for over 25 years, explores prayer from a Buddhist perspective. Buddha himself expressed the lament over 2500 years ago that to be human means to be cursed with always wanting much more then
Christians, Muslims, Unitarian Universalists, Jews, Baha'is, and Unity Church members will gather together for a Prayer Vigil for an End to Gun Violence. This vigil is an interfaith effort to stand together for peace, not a political movement for or against gun legislation nor an anti-gun rally. In a rarely-seen public sign of spiritual unity, we will seek God's help in working in our communities to end violence, particularly those crimes where guns are the medium of the violence.