Merry Christmas! Church offices and bookstore are closed in recognition of the Christmas holiday.
Happy Thanksgiving! Church offices and bookstore are closed in recognition of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Join us for cake, prizes and fun! Three prizes will be awarded. EVERYTHING in the store is 20% off. Sign up early for the prize drawing.
Join in the fun of the annual "Hanging of the Greens" after the 11 a.m. service. It’s time to BEAUTIFY the church for the Christmas season. Please bring a light snack to share. Anything that needs to be refrigerated please put in the big silver refrigerator in the kitchen. We will meet downstairs at 12:30 p.m. to feast on light nourishment and then let the fun begin. The trees will already be assembled and ready to decorate.
Angels to go...
Lovely mugs that help show your gratitude to others!
Love For No Reason: 7 Steps to Creating a Life of Unconditional Love gives you a simple and powerful program for living in a profound state of Love … the kind of Love that comes from deep within, and doesn’t depend on another person, situation, or romantic partner. You can feel like you’re in love EVERY DAY of your life!
This book explains the true story of the unusual therapist who helped heal an entire ward of mentally ill criminals -- without seeing any of them. The book reveals his method. It reveals the true cause for everything that happens to you, and how to "clean" the negativity so you can re-connect with the Divine
The Book of Awakening by Mark Nepo is a year's supply of inspirational stories and beautifully written essays that the reader can reflect on in daily doses. "Mark Nepo is a poet," Oprah says. "He's an author and a philosopher and has been through two different cancers. So when he writes, he writes purely from the heart."
Who have you come here to BE? 101 Possibilities for Contemplation is part daily reader, part spiritual practicum. Drenched in gorgeous imagery, each powerful page invites readers to dance, to leap, to sit still, to stand tall as they ponder the question, “Who have I come here to be?”