Our spiritual center is a safe, supportive place for people of all faiths to gather for worship, education, prayer, meditation, and special rituals.
Christianity is our root tradition, and throughout the year we follow the liturgical calendar and include the major Christian holidays such as Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Good Friday, Easter, and Pentecost. We also include elements of diverse faiths and spiritualities in our worship gatherings–since our members are engaged in exploring a range of traditions–and we often invite guests from other faith traditions to share perspectives and practices with us.
We celebrate the winter and summer solstices as well as the spring and fall equinoxes.
We have a weekly Buddhist Meditation and Study Group on Monday nights at 8pm.
We also host a Muslim Sunday School (ASK: Always Seek Knowledge) on Sunday afternoons. For Jewish programs, we also work closely with Rabbi Katy Allen of the One Earth Collaborative and Mayan Tikvah (A Wellspring of Hope).
We welcome the participation of persons of all faiths and encourage groups and communities of all faiths and cultures to reach out to us if interested in using our facility. We will be glad to hear from you!