Featured Events

Drum and Dance Jam

image of drummers around a fireSaturday, February 4  /  TIME  7:30-9pm
Our monthly drum circle facilitated by Curtis Glatter. Bring a drum if you have one, or use one of ours if you need one. Come and share the joy. Suggested donation $5-10.

Sunday Service —Imbolc (St. Brigid’s Day)

Non-denominational church services drawing upon the universal spiritual principles to help people from all backgrounds create lives of joy, peace, & freedom.Sunday, February 5 /  TIME  10:45 am
Guest Minister Holly Makimaa joins us again to celebrate Imbolc (St. Brigit’s Day), an ancient fire festival that welcomes the rebirth of the Light and the Divine Feminine on the planet. We will explore how to stay fueled beyond our initial passion during these times–that we might all be consumed by Divine Love. All are invited to participate in open-mic comments at the end of the service and fellowship in the social hall. UPDATE: We’ve learned that Rev. Holly is ill and will not join us this Sunday. Plans are in the works for a revised schedule. This is Potluck Sunday!

Cafe 704 Coffeehouse — The Spirit Singing Band

Kath Roos and Sam Clark lead the band at their 2016 Cafe 704 appearance.

Saturday, February 11 / 8-10 pm
The Spirit Singing Band is back by popular demand for a soul-nourishing night of chants, love songs and trance jams, shared with deep presence, beautiful instrumentation, and an invitation, always, to co-create by adding your own voice to the band. Singers, meditators, listeners all welcome. Alcohol-free with Al’s famous stew and sweet treats available for an $8 suggested donation. Help spread the news! Download and share the Cafe 704 Flyer.

Sunday Service — Always Choose Love

Non-denominational church services drawing upon the universal spiritual principles to help people from all backgrounds create lives of joy, peace, & freedom.Sunday, February 12  /  TIME  10:45 am
Our guest speaker is Bob Van Oosterhout, a Masters level psychologist, social worker, author, and lay minister. In these times, what tools can we employ  to tame our fears and re-orient to love?  We will consider the rhythm prayer as a tool and explore roadblocks and pathways to love in order to deepen our practice. All are welcome to join in the Open Mic sharing and fellowship that follows.

The Peace Generator — A Meditation

Ann Arbor Peace meditationFriday, February 17 /  TIME   7-9pm
Join the circle of silence of inner and outer harmony. Stay for a few minutes or for the entire time. In the first few minutes we will introduce ourselves and each person can say something about their intentions.
In the closing at 9 p.m. you can share anything about your experience of silence. Some options for this period of meditation:
-Meditate on Loving Kindness among all people.
-Pray for World Peace.
-Offer Healing Energy to anyone open to it.
-Create inner space for Forgiveness to grow.
-Envision Miracles across the globe.
-Hold our planet in the Light. Click here for more information.

Sunday Service — A Laz Slomovits Song Sermon

Non-denominational church services drawing upon the universal spiritual principles to help people from all backgrounds create lives of joy, peace, & freedom.Sunday, February 19  /  TIME  10:45 am
 Let us build our beloved community with music, the universal language. Laz reminds us who we are with beautiful music set to the poetry of Rumi, Hafiz, and other ecstatic poets. Join in the open-mic sharing afterward. All are welcome to get to know the interfaith community over coffee and snacks in the social hall afterward.

Sunday Service — Topic TBA

Non-denominational church services drawing upon the universal spiritual principles to help people from all backgrounds create lives of joy, peace, & freedom.Sunday, February 26  /  TIME  10:45 am
Associate Minister Annie Kopko leads our service. Details coming soon! All are welcome to join in the Open Mic sharing and fellowship that follows.

 

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