This Sunday, June 7, we open our doors to our sanctuary to welcome you home. We look forward to seeing your faces in person. We have also taken every precaution. The church has been sanitized. Masks are recommended and will be available. The seats have been moved to distance each other physically. During the service our songs will be sung by our team leaders as congregational singing is not recommended right now, however let the sounds fill you. Although there will be no greetings nor hugs, you will see all eyes shining with appreciation, love and respect for one another.It is appropriate June’s theme and affirmation comes from our co-founder Charles Fillmore which says: “I fairly sizzle with zeal and enthusiasm and spring forth with a mighty faith to do the things that ought to be done by me.”
We have done all that ought to be done by us to keep all healthy and safe. Last week we had one of our newer members say that she really appreciates coming to this sanctuary to fill herself with the energy of love that she can feel here. Yes love is here and it is up to each of us to stay centered and experience this surrounding energy, essence and Presence of God. Being centered and awake in our own consciousness allows us to live from a place of Being and Doing what is the highest for all people.
It is like these peaceful protesters that are bringing a message of hope to our country. They walk in peace with a vision and mission for justice and a more equitable society. The agitators are like the old Zealots that used violence with an agenda to distract and sow division. This is an age old tactic. Can we lean into this situation and BE a call for healing. Can we continue to spring forth with this new thing and this new thing is our Being Willing to demonstrate Love.
And so we realign ourselves and affirm once again what Papa Charles said:
“I fairly sizzle with zeal and enthusiasm and spring forth to do the things that ought to be done by me.”
We will continue to offer our services on Facebook Live at 10 also.
It’s a new Dawn,