The Principle of Oneness

October 13, 2019 The Principle of Oneness Monthly Theme: CHERISH THE HUMAN FAMILY – UNITY October 13, 2019 The Principle of Oneness CHERISH THE HUMAN FAMILY – UNITY SOM Point of View We believe in God, the Living Spirit Almighty: One, Indestructible, Absolute and Self-Existent Cause. This one manifests Itself in and through all creation but […]

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Reverend Dr. Raymont Anderson October 6, 2019 “When I Think of Home I Think…” Monthly Theme: CHERISH THE HUMAN FAMILY – UNITY October 6, 2019 “When I Think of Home I Think…” CHERISH THE HUMAN FAMILY – UNITY The October CSL topic is Cherish our Human Family and the value is Unity, but how can […]

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Prosperity

Reverend Michele Synegal June 30, 2019 Prosperity Monthly Theme: Care for the Poor – Compassion  Everything in the universe is a unique individualization or expression of the One Thing that is the Cause of all things.  No two blades of grass are alike, no two grains of sand, no two thumbprints; no two of anything […]

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Can’t We All Get Along?

Rev. Dr. Raymont Anderson June 23, 2019 Can’t We All Get Along? June Theme: Protect the Vulnerable In a press conference in May 1992, Rodney King asked, Can we all get along? This is a question that possibly even more so now than then can be asked. Can we all get along? As spiritual beings […]

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June 2, 2019 The Spirituality of Racial Equity Monthly Theme:  Protect the Vulnerable Reverend Brian Akers When we begin to explore our philosophy in the context of Racial Equity we create an opportunity to encounter how social and cultural legacy plays a role in our own beliefs and the way they manifest in our lives. […]

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Karma Chameleons

May 12, 2019 Karma Chameleons Monthly Theme: Care for the Poor – Compassion Reverend Dr. Raymont Anderson Karma Chameleons – In an interview, Culture Club front-man Boy George explained: “The song is about the terrible fear of alienation that people have, the fear of standing up for one thing. It’s about trying to suck up […]

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Reverend Dr. Raymont Anderson May 5, 2019 Love is a Verb Called Compassion Compassion “Compassion and caring are the ties that bind us together in mutual understanding and in the unified attempt to uncover the Divinity in each other. Compassion is the most gentle of all human virtues, for it is the outpouring of the […]

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Reverend Dr. Jim Lockard April 28, 2019 Oneness, Duality, and the Mysteries of Life Promote Diversity & Inclusion In the Science of Mind, we learn to see Oneness as the ultimate reality, yet our sensory experience is different. Learning to reconcile these concepts leads us to the mysterious nature of reality. WHAT IS INCLUSION? If […]

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Love Your Neighbor

Reverend Dr. Raymont Anderson April 7, 2019 Love Your Neighbor: The Responsibility of Being a GO(o)D Samaritan Monthly Theme:  Promote Diversity and Inclusion It is said that a Good Samaritan is a compassionate person who unselfishly helps others, especially strangers. Would you consider yourself a Good Samaritan? What about a GO(o)D Samaritan, meaning a person […]

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