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SUNDAY SERVICES

MARCH THEME IS BRIGHT BEGINNINGS

You can access the service on CSL St. George Facebook page

at 11:00am https://www.facebook.com/CSLSG/


If you don’t use Facebook, we will post the recorded service to YouTube later in the afternoon. The link for our YouTube page is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmmd5S1h6OjZpkgnDmt5l6A


Virtual Fellowship at Noon every Sunday!

Go to the EVENTS page for this week's link

Sunday, April 5th

A Bright Beginning

Rev. Laura Hallett


A Bright Beginning centers on Passover from the Jewish tradition. It comes from a time when Jewish people enslaved in Egypt sheltered in place at night to avoid the series of plagues that beset Egypt. It points to old and outdated societal systems, institutions and structures falling away so that people could be liberated and free to create a new way of being, a new society..

Music: Cheryl Barlow 

Sunday, March 8th 

Broken Open

Rev. Laura Hallett


Broken Open centers on Easter from the Christian tradition. Easter represents a personal dying to the smaller self and being resurrected into an awakened Self. It is a releasing of limiting beliefs and experiencing the new life that naturally emerges from this practice. It is a personal transformation, transcending what has been into new Life, or rather awakening to the ONE Life that always was, is and will be, but our experience of It is “new.

Music: Cheryl Barlow

Sunday, March 15th

Unwritten

Rev. Laura Hallett


Unwritten centers on the SOM ideas of self-empowerment and the creative process. Our lives are not predetermined; they are unwritten. We have the Power to co-create our lives and the world in which we live. We do this through the creative process. Each moment we have the ability and capacity to create something new.


Music: Cheryl Barlow

Sunday, March 22nd

Fire In the Belly

Rev. Laura Hallett


Fire In the Belly centers on Ramadan from the Muslim tradition. Ramadan is the month of fasting from food, water and certain activities. The purpose is to focus one’s attention on the Divine and our relationship with it. It is a time of stripping away the trappings and distractions of the “world” and refocusing our attention on God. It creates a fire in the belly that can be equated to the “fire” that we are called to have when we do spiritual mind treatment. Ramadan is a time of deep reflection and communion with spirit and is also time of celebration with community. The fire in the belly in innovative as well. Something that arises when we intentionally go within and commune with the Divine.


Music: Cheryl Barlow and Allen Stanley

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