This Sunday’s Service – A Sense of Presence

October 7 Service at 10:30 AM

Rev. Julie Lombard, Minister

Every spiritual journey leads to a better understanding of our place in the world. Spiritual practices help us connect with the Self, which is merely a drop in the sea of consciousness. As we connect with consciousness, we learn that there is an intelligent design underlying our life, and that the spiritual realm contains all you need to know. How might we define spiritual practice? If it is the simple act of getting in touch with your Self, can being a prankster help you to arrive at enlightenment? Let us explore what might guide your choice of practice: Religion or tradition need not matter, except to your heart. Follow your intuition, not your mind (or another’s). Practice will make all the difference. Spirituality is an experience, not an intellectual pastime. Please join us as we consider the many ways one might take this journey.

Singing Group will provide the music to deepen the meaning of the October theme of spiritual practices.