Classes and Events

During January we have meditation on the third Thursday only this month.  




See details below in our  SPECIAL EVENTS  following our regular weekly schedule. Or you can look for our newsletter on the "Search" page.  And please check out our Psychic Fair page!


Monday Night Book Club:  Our Monday Night Book Club will be taking a break and will resume at a later date.

Thursday Night:  Meditation, Jan. 17, at 7 pm:  Those who have attended our Sunday night Services have heard at least one person say - "prayer is when we talk with God, meditation is when we listen".  We say that a lot around here because meditation is how we connect with Spirit. Join us on the first and third Thursday nights at 7pm.  Oct. 4 is our regular meditation and Oct. 18 is a guided meditation.  Cost: A minimum $5 love donation is requested.

Wheel of the Year - Annual cycle of eight seasonal festivals celebrating the breadth of traditions common among our congregation.  Observing the cycle of the seasons was important to our ancestors and we base our celebrations on folk traditions, modern paganism and contemporary holiday practices.   As an Interfaith organization we seek to honor and learn though these shared experiences with a pot luck, youth crafts, ritual and activities chosen to further our understanding of ancient tradition.  



Our next Wheel of the Year celebration will be Imbolc on Sunday, Feb. 3, at 3:00 pm.  





INTRO TO ENERGY HEALING: Saturday, Jan. 26, 1 - 3 pm.  Ever wonder how energy healing works, what it's about, what the benefits are and how to do it?  Then this is the workshop for you!  Conducted by Jessica Marek.  Cost: $35.


TABLE TIPPING: Monday, Jan. 28, 7 pm.  Table tipping was a popular form of divination during the Victorian era and the Spiritualist movement.  Our ancestors speak to us by tipping the table in response to questions we ask.  Come and be amazed at this entertaining form of divination!  A minimum donation of $5 is requested. 


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