Author Archives: Sunday Speakers & Special Events

Sunday Speaker – April 14, 2019
Bob Ellwood
“From Survival to Creation”

When we are in survival mode our pre-frontal lobe (the creative, conscious part of our brain) shuts down. Our bodies natural homeostasis (balance) is knocked OUT of balance and our primitive instinctual brain hijacks the body in preparation for fight, flight, or freeze. This is not a time for creation. this is not a time…

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Sunday Speaker – April 7, 2019
Sharon Carne
“A New Look at Surrender and Command”

This presentation is an invitation to contemplate the meaning of two words, surrender and command, from a different perspective. For thousands of years, surrender has been seen as not enough, loss of power, giving up, yielding, weak. And command has been seen as more than enough, power, control, dominating, strong. What does it mean to…

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Sunday Speaker – March 31, 2019
Tina Trussell
“Community is a Space, More than a Place”

A society that loses sight of the importance of community is at risk of losing its humanity. Individualism can quickly create a sense of isolation and separation, while creating a true sense of community – the head and heart space where people feel that they belong, and are contributing members of something that matters –…

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Saturday March 30 @ 7 pm
Unity Spiritual Cinema
“Finding Happiness”

E conomic collapse, government gridlock, climate disasters, senseless violence, pervasive corruption. Protests, anger, disillusionment, despair. Against this background, fictional journalist Juliet Palmer, an investigative reporter specializing in stories that expose corruption, receives an unusual (and unwanted) assignment from her boss at Profiles magazine: she’ll visit a spiritual community in northern California that has developed alternative…

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Sunday Speaker – March 24, 2019
Cecil Wontner
“Our Spiritual Fulcrum”

As we think on our March Theme, I am open to a deeper understanding of Spirit within all people. We are one. The realization that change brought by walls, laws, force is not a panacea for the discords of humanity. We cannot crush oppressors. These facts prompt us to find a new direction. That direction…

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Sunday Speaker – March 17, 2019
Rev. Doug Craig
“Building Community From Within”

Building community has two vital components which are self-examination and development, and the actions we take (the doing). The world becomes a better place when we learn to build community in ourselves by examining how we may be inclusive, progressive, exclusive, reclusive and elusive. This ‘being’ is what we think, what we say, our attitude,…

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Sunday Speaker – March 10, 2018
Alara Payten
“Creating Community: What’s Mine to Do?”

We are in a time of our human evolution where many people are feeling the insistent urge to create more meaningful connections through community. Alara Payten will explore the factors involved in co-creating Spiritual Community, and how we can individually, and collectively, answer the question “What is mine to do in this co-creation?” Alara Payten…

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Special Event: March 3 @ 12:45 – 2:00 pm – Healing Circle Sunday with Bob Ellwood

Join us for a journey into group healing. Based on the work of Lynn McTaggert in her latest book called, “The Power Of Eight,” we will have a brief dialogue on the concepts of group healing and then, after a brief heart centred meditation we will dive-in to experience our own group healing. Come heal…

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Sunday Speaker – March 3, 2019
Janice Butler
“Creating Community”

I am open to a deeper understanding of Spirit within all people. We are One. Why do we gravitate towards community? Historically humans have always sought out community. Let’s explore how this intrinsic need for connection and belonging is hardwired into us. There are, of course, evolutionary explanations about survival etc but what is the…

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Sunday Speaker – February 24, 2019
Sig Taylor
“Relational Mindfulness: the Path to Open-Hearted Relationships”

Is your relationship dead? Are you living like room-mates? Are you avoiding sensitive issues? Do you “walk on eggshells?” Would you like to be more authentic and loving? After decades of experience Sig has come to the conclusion that the number one problem with intimate relationships is emotional reactivity – the inability of couples to…

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