Evening Music & Spirit Service

Sundays from 5pm - 6pm
Offering both in-person (preregistration required) or tune into the live-stream on facebook live.

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Pre-registration for the service will open the Wednesday beforehand and can be found here.
These services will be live-streamed for those not attending in person.

Our mission is to create a service that allows for people to cultivate inner peace and inspire connection to Divine Source.

Music plays a major role in Music & Spirit because we believe that it provides a special spiritual connection. Along with music, the services combine spiritual readings and reflections on world issues and personal values, as well as Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Taoist and Native American beliefs and sacred texts. Spiritual healing is quietly woven throughout the service. Gathering members are welcome to light a candle to commemorate a prayer or event.
 

Upcoming Services

October Theme:

Changes and Transformation

Balancing Darkness with Light

Sunday, October 11 | 5pm - 6pm
In-person service to be held outdoors, capped at 75 people.
Service will also be live-streamed at 5pm on Facebook Live (click here).

As we settle into autumn, the days are growing darker.  Too often, we fear the dark and adore only the light. In this service, we explore how we can welcome darkness as a place of silent nurture.  Just as we welcome light, Rev. Don Chatfield will explore developing an understanding of the need to befriend our inner darkness.  Music will be provided by Rev. Simon de Voil, a candidate for our Music Coordinator position.

 

Acknowledging Impermanence

Sunday, October 18 | 5pm - 6pm
In-person service to be held outdoors, capped at 75 people.
Service will also be live-streamed at 5pm on Facebook Live (click here).

Autumn can remind us about the impermanence of life.  We have celebrated the explosion of new life in the spring and savored the lush abundance of summer.  Now the leaves fall and bare branches remind us of the fleeting nature of all things.  Rev. Chatfield will consider how we can become more appreciative of the beauty that surrounds us as we contemplate the changes of fall.  Music will be provided by Raphael Groten, a candidate for our Music Coordinator position.

 

A Time of Transformation

Sunday, October 25 | 5pm - 6pm
In-person service to be held outdoors, capped at 75 people.
Service will also be live-streamed at 5pm on Facebook Live (click here).

Autumn is a time of transformation. The leaves lose chlorophyll, become less verdant, but are still beautiful. Soon the tree will look bare, but it will survive the winter, using less energy in the winter months.  Rev. Don Chatfield will speak about how times of transformation that require us to pare back can be difficult.  We’ll explore how to concentrate energy on the things that really matter. Music TBA.