Upcoming Services

Our Traditional Service is held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. each Sunday. For your convenience, we've posted descriptions of this month's sermon topics and speakers.

October 23, 2016: "Co-Creating a Sacred America"

Stephen Dinan

"Co-creating a Sacred America" will focus on how we can bring our spiritual practices and principles into the public sphere in a way that is unifying rather than divisive. We’ll start to heal our political warfare and work together on solutions that fulfill America’s higher mission.

Stephen Dinan is the founder and CEO of The Shift Network, which offers virtual summits, online courses, and training. A visionary political strategist, his new bestselling book, Sacred America, Sacred World, shows how we can discover higher solutions in areas from peace-building to campaign finance reform, from micro-finance to the path to a zero carbon economy, and it calls us into sacred citizenship by offering inspiring solutions and innovative, bridge-building examples that are ultimately based in oneness rather than in our separation. He was previously a senior staffer for both the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) and Esalen Institute. At IONS he was the driving force behind the Shift in Action program; at Esalen, he directed and helped to create the Center for Theory and Research—a think tank for scholars, researchers, and teachers to explore human potential frontiers. A graduate of Stanford University, Stephen holds a master’s degree in east-west psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. He is also a member of the prestigious Transformational Leadership Council and Evolutionary Leaders groups. He resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his family.

October 30, 2016: Multigenerational Halloween/ El Dia de los Muertos Service

Rev. Joy Atkinson

Death, Remembrance, and the Meeting of Two Worlds

Join us for a celebration of the season--both of Halloween and El Dia de los Muertos customs. Please bring a photo of a loved one who has died to place on our Ofrenda (Altar). Children (and even adults if you like) may come in costume. There will be a children's costume parade to begin.