"Finding A Place To Stand" with Rev. Melanie Eyre ~ Sunday, Aug 16 at 11am EDT Please join our livestream by clicking the link below!

CANCELLED – Easter Brunch

Join us for our annual spring brunch! We’ll start the morning right with breakfast and some amazing jazz from our One World Band followed by an inspiring talk by Rev. Melanie. Our brunches are some of our favorite services. Come and find out why as you get a chance to experience this truly warm and

“Bring Back the Light” by Gypsy

From November through January, religions around the world celebrate lights and the return of the light in various ways. In Rev. Melanie’s talk “A New Life”, she discusses the different faith traditions’ light celebrations at this time of year and what they mean to us individually and personally.

Click here to watch Melanie’s talk about “A New Life”.

NOTICE: One World claims no copyright to any of the music or artwork used in this video. Please visit Gypsy’s page for more of her beautiful music.

Enjoy this playlist of music celebrating winter solstice, also known as Yule. Notice how many of the songs have been adapted between the pagan and Christian faiths and how similar the messages are between the two. At the time when pagans are celebrating the rebirth of the “sun” and the light returning, Christians celebrate the birth of the “Son of God” who they say came to light the way.

Although much is known about Christianity in American culture and globally, pagan holidays and beliefs are often not well understood and even misunderstood. However, both pagan and Christian traditions are intended to light the way of a life of peace, love and joy.

Click here for more information about Solstice (also known as Yule).

Welcome to the season of the light! Around the world many celebrate this time of year as a time of renewal, rebirth, and illumination. Join Rev. Melanie as she explores the symbol of light as celebrated during Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, as well as the miracle of the lights celebrated during Hanukkah, the Jewish holiday beginning Dec. 6 at sundown and ending on Dec. 14. Enjoy!

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