Featured Events

Drum and Dance Jam

image of drummers around a fireSaturday,  October 7  /  TIME  7:30-9pm
Our monthly drum circle open to all and 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 — “Being Present and Nonreactive”

Non-denominational church services drawing upon the universal spiritual principles to help people from all backgrounds create lives of joy, peace, & freedom.Sunday, October 8 /  TIME  10:45 am
Associate Minister Annie Kopko offers a Sunday lesson that challenges us to deepen clarify our responses to people and events in these times. Join us afterward in the Social Hall for fellowship.

Cafe 704 Coffeehouse — Nutshell

Saturday, October 14  / 8-10 pm
Nutshell offers up sweet Irish traditional music, with John Lloyd on guitars, drums & vocals; Linda Teaman on lead vocals, bodhran, banjo ukulele & assorted percussion; Tom Voiles on flute, whistles, sitar, dumbek and vocals; Susie Lorand on fiddle, viola & vocals; and Glenn Simon on guitars & vocals. Come and join us for a cozy evening!

Suggested donation $8. Suggested donation $8 or $15 per couple. View flyer.

Sunday Service — The Wisdom of the Elders

Non-denominational church services drawing upon the universal spiritual principles to help people from all backgrounds create lives of joy, peace, & freedom.Sunday, October 15  /  TIME  10:45 am
In American mainstream culture we have largely forgotten how to honor and cultivate the crone / sage wisdom and the need for young people to have elders who support, share, and offer perspective. Beginning with a meditation to call in ancestors, Senior Minister Lauren Tatarsky will share an interspiritual perspective from elders in several different wisdom traditions. Those elders who are present will also be invited to share their words of wisdom, prompted by the question “If you had one message to offer to the younger generation, what would it be?” Lastly, the kids are going to give us their words of wisdom too! Join us afterward in the Social Hall for refreshments and get to know your interfaith community.

The Peace Generator — A Meditation

Ann Arbor Peace meditationFriday, October 20 /  TIME  7 – 9 pm
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, you can share anything about your experience of silence. Here are some possibilities 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.

Learn more about the vision for this meditation here. 

Workshop with Patricia Fero, LMSW, ACSW

Saturday, October 21  /  TIME  10am – 6pm

An all-day workshop highlighting the essential and timely messages of Patricia’s books, What Happens When Women Wake Up and Sacred Marching Orders – Igniting the Solar Feminine at the Dawn of a New Age. Patricia  sees helping women wake up as her Divine Assignment. She facilitates workshops, retreats, and does public speaking. She will lead participants in circle process to facilitate understanding of how  each of us gives up our power, and how to reclaim it. After lunch we will dive into uncovering the individual gifts that each of us are here to offer in the healing of the planet.

Sunday Service — “Leaning In”

Non-denominational church services drawing upon the universal spiritual principles to help people from all backgrounds create lives of joy, peace, & freedom.Sunday, October 22  /  TIME  10:45 am
All are welcome to join Senior Minister Lauren Tatarsky for a talk and open mic. We’ll look at how we sometimes live life like we’re wearing a glove when we touch the world. Really, it’s about taking off the glove and experiencing life and each other. We will also explore curiosity as a spiritual practice for experiencing ourselves, our minds, our lives. All are welcome to join us afterward in the Social Hall for refreshments.

Sunday Service — “Day of the Dead”

Non-denominational church services drawing upon the universal spiritual principles to help people from all backgrounds create lives of joy, peace, & freedom.Sunday, October 29 /  TIME  10:45 am
Join Senior Minister Lauren Tatarsky in reflections on the spiritual significance of the Day of the Dead. The invitation is to take this time to honor our ancestors and other loved ones who have passed on. Free to bring their items for our altar to honor your loved ones., and join us for refreshments in the Social Hall following the service.

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