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THEME FOR 2017:

Balanced Living: Ascending in Consciousness AND Reaching out in Compassion and Service.

July 2017 Theme - Keeping Your Cool When the Heat is On 

As the temperatures heat up across the country, we may find ourselves scrambling to keep cool!  What is your method?  Going to a cool movie theater or restaurant?  Escaping to a cooler climate?  Staying in the swimming pool?  Our response to the physical heat could be a powerful metaphor for how we handle life when it heats up.  This month, we explore ways we can keep our spiritual cool when the heat is on!

July 2,  2017 Assume and Persist

"Assume and Persist" is referring to Neville's frequent theme of "assuming the state of the wish fulfilled" and then his recommendation to persist in doing this until the universe gives birth to the manifestation of your desire.
Speaker:  Charlie Curtis 
Music:   Pat Hoagland

July 9, 2017  "Freedom in the Fireworks"

Within every hot spot, there is the cool grace of Spirit.  Within every explosive firework, there is the brilliance and freedom found in Source.  On this Sunday, as we celebrate Independence Day for our nation, we also celebrate Independence Day for ourselves and experience our personal freedom in the midst of fireworks.

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Kathleen Johnson

Music:  Rev. Rhetta and the CSL DE Choir


July 16, 2017 " Finding Refuge in the Shade

When the summer sun is high in the sky, we often look for refuge in the shade.  Likewise, when life heats up, we may take refuge in shadow aspect of self.  In New Thought circles, we might shy away from the shadow.  Yet understanding the shadow is key to shining the radiant light of our True Selves in all kinds of weather.

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Kathleen Johnson

Music:  Jaola Williams

July 23, 2017 “Time to Simmer Down”

Today we take an open and honest look at how we heat up with anger.  What is it really about?  Is it ever productive?  (The answers may not be what you expect!)  Most importantly, what can you do with yours?!  Come today and learn how to simmer down when your anger heats up.

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Kathleen

Music:  Deb and Robert

July 30, 2017 “The Watermelon Credo

Wally Amos, also known as “Famous Amos” the cookie guru, once wrote the engaging book The Watermelon Credo.  This Credo for living provides more ingredients for keeping our cool with the heat is on just like a cold slice of watermelon cools us off on a hot summer’s day!

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Kathleen

Music:  Elizabeth Sutor