Lead by Light House's Ordained Interfaith Minister, Kendall Heath, it is a spiritual gathering for fellowship and exploration of the esoteric components of many spiritual and religious traditions. (Esoteric meaning: internal/core/heart-center.)
Our gatherings include teachings, dialogue, and experiential learning exercises, along with music, coffee/tea, and an area where children can relax and play.
Our community is kind and welcoming, and honors the unique spiritual lineage that we each have when we arrive in a spiritual community. We practice thoughtful dialogue, inquiry, and a focus on the mystical nature of Divine connection through both the individual and community.
We include the ancient wisdom of mainline religions and other traditions, acknowledging that we sometimes come to spiritual community needing healing and/or reconciliation with our religions of origin in order to fully be in this present moment. It is through great tolerance, gentleness, and care that we hold the space for that unfolding together.
The format is structured, but open. We use sacred and secular texts to support our inquiry together. We also share prayer, meditation, music, food (sometimes), the arts, films, stories and other ways we are inspired, in the context of learning and being in intentional Holy devotion and Divine presence together as a spiritual family.
The first 15 minutes of our Sunday gatherings are for meeting & greeting, and then we truly begin! Anyone who wishes to be a part of something like this, where you can safely and openly explore your relationship with and ideas of God/Source/The Creator (whatever you want to call it), can join us on Sundays at 11:00.
There is always a warm seat for newcomers so come try something new and see if our heart-centered, open, friendly, "workshop-style" fellowship circle makes YOUR heart sing!
DetailsDay: Every Sunday
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Host: Kendall Heath
- Dress is casual!
- There is plenty of parking in our back lot and along the street.
- Coffee, hot tea, and water are available each week.
- Our building is handicap accessible.
- Children are welcome, though we do not have childcare. Parents are encouraged to bring quiet entertainment activities for younger children and maintain responsibility for them during fellowship hours. Children are also welcome to participate with the adults.
- We provide a "breathing space" where children can take a break from gaming and electronics, therefore we do not allow children to bring electronic devices of any type to Fellowship.