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OMG: 51 YEARS IS LONG ENOUGH!!!!

We've replaced our 51 year old seats and all the flooring in the sanctuary, and we're asking for your support.  Our campaign goal is $85,500.00.  To date, we've got $54,772.00 promised (pledged) of that goal.  In order to accomplish this, we need your commitment and prayers. 
chairs
You can sponsor a chair - $300.00
Buy a whole row - $5,400.00 (or more)
OR help "Build a chair" with any pledge under $300.00. 
 
 
Other phases of the renovation: window converings/lighting in sanctuary; new tables, chairs and equipment in the great room and kitchen; plus new paint for the bookstore and A-frame beams.  We are grateful for any amount you can give to the renovation.  There are three ways to start the process: 
Click here to download a pledge form
OR click the "donate" button on this website (be sure to enter the amount in the "building" field)
OR pick up a pledge form in the lobby.
 
Thank you in advance for your prayerful and conscious support of this project!
 

Wednesday Mid-Week Service

Wednesday, May 20th - 7:00 p.m.

"Relationships" facilitated by Judy Poteete, RScP and Bob Williams, RScP

Living a successful life includes vibrant health, rich nourishing relationships, creative endeavors as well as financial serenity.  This evening we will explore through fun, songs and ideas, developing healthy relationships in living the good life.

To view the trailer for this event: http://youtu.be/CO0NQvdhk_I

Wednesday, May 27th

"Hearing The Call"

This service will focus on the amazing experience of hearing the divine call extended to each of us by the Universe.  What are the gifts we've each come here to share?  Claire Summerhill, RScP/Ministerial Intern, will share the very personal story of her own call to ministry, beginning with her earliest mystical experiences at age five, and continuing through her experiences with Mormonism, Catholicism, Unity, the gay and lesbian communities, and culminating with the last eight years she's spent exploring the traditions of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thomas Troward and Ernest Holmes.  We'll participate in a "Walking Meditation" to remind us of the necessity of taking action as we each open our hearts to what we're called to do.

 BEFORE SERVICE, STARTING AT 5:30 P.M. ENJOY DELICIOUS SOUP IN THE GREAT ROOM FOR ONLY A BUCK-A-BOWL!