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September 2023


Unshakeable At-Onement

Loving greetings to you all. It is my heart’s prayer that during these times of local and international challenges we are facing that you, your loved ones, and all beings are well, safe, and knowingly held in Spirit’s unconditional Love and Presence.

Our theme of the month is “Unshakeable At-Onement,” which came to me as I contemplated how a consciousness of oneness with our global family generates compassionate action in our hearts. As well, this month the holiest days of the Jewish New Year–Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur–emphasize the renewing of one’s commitment to contribute to building a just and equitable world for all. May each of us be inspired to make our contribution.

Peace and richest blessings always,
Rev. Pam

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Sunday Topics:

September 03   Vulnerability Means Availability – Rev. Pam
When our hearts are open, vulnerable, we are available to Spirit’s boundless blessings, to surrendering into intimate oneness with Spirit. We drop the false persona of ego, the portfolio presentation of ourselves to the world. Vulnerability will do that for us. Today we will learn the benefits of rather than being careful, to open to being care-filled for ourselves and others.

September 10   Release and Renew – Rev. Pam
During Rosh Hashana (the Jewish New Year) celebrated on September 15, we can collectively share in this day of renewal by joining with our Jewish brothers and sisters in setting what is called a “tashlich” (positive) intention for ourselves and our world. Today I invite you to join me in welcoming in the flow of peace, safety, joy, health and prosperity for all beings gracing our planet.

September 17   The Sabbath of Sabbaths – Rev. Pam
On September 24 our Jewish brethren will be celebrating Yom Kippur, which the Bible describes as the “Sabbath of Sabbaths.” It is a day dedicated to introspection, forgiveness of one’s not-so-enlightened behaviors of the past year, and setting positive intentions for the year ahead. The good news is that we can set our inner compass in this direction every day! Are you ready?

September 24   Energizing Our Spiritual Practice – Rev. Pam
“Sangha” is the Sanskrit word for a community of practitioners. Fortunately, today’s technology allows us to be in sangha and energize one another’s spiritual practice. As together we study spiritual principles, we learn and inspire one another to take them beyond theory into practice. Today is the day to realize how profoundly blessed we are as a spiritual family.