Reverend Sky introduced us to the history of Cinco de Mayo.
We learned that it was originally a celebration of freedom from tyranny. We looked at ways to achieve freedom in our personal lives.
I’m on a crazy current, gone on my wandering way.
Using this Hawaiian proverb as a springboard, Rev. Sky explored some of the deeper meanings in Jesus’ story of the prodigal son.
Sunday, April 21:
Rev Sky and Margie Hyatt, LUT, helped us see how there are two ways to learn, the easy way and the hard way.
Chanting is an ancient practice from most every religion and spiritual path. What makes chanting so powerful is that it connects our mind, our physical bodies, and our souls.
While sharing some of the world’s most well-known and popular spiritual journeys, Rev. Sky pointed out that a pilgrimage is so much more than a trip to a spiritual location; a sacred pilgrimage is a journey within.
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Guest vocalist Philip Strauss sings a new Matthew West song, “Come On Christmas,” from our December 4, 2011 Sunday celebration!
Sunday, November 6, 2011:
In celebration of Veterans’ Day, Rev. Sky St. John honors service and those who have committed their talents, abilities, hearts, and sometimes their lives for a better nation and world.
by James Dillet Freeman
by Vicky Edmonds
Dealing with loss and tragedy
September 11, 2011
In the midst of crisis, there exist lessons, difficult though they may be to discern. This Sunday, Rev. Sky St. John helps us to reveal and embrace those lessons. With special video extras of Rev. Sky St. John, vocalist Nadine Risha, and poet Vicky Edmonds.