One Moment in Time

Sunday Service: 07/21/2019 – The Golden Rule

Rev. Annie McCary

Our own Rev. Annie joins us and talks about the many Moments in Time that affirmed her journey and encourages you to be aware of yours.

Annie is a Licensed Heal Your Life Workshop Facilitator and Life Coach. She is ordained as a Religious Science Minister, a Reiki practitioner, and Clinical Chaplain.


Happy July 4th!

Happy July 4th!

Happy Freedom Day! Tomorrow is a day to remember, and appreciate, the freedom that we have in our country – but even more so, the freedom that we have as individuals.  

Not just free in the sense of politically or physically, but free to be all that we were created to be – if we choose to do so.  Ask yourself – am I free?  Free from fear, worry, discontent, and self-pity?  For some the answer might be no.

Usually the cause of this, is living our lives based on others expectations, or in reaction to others actions.  We have failed to take responsibility for building the life we want.

We work jobs that don’t satisfy us, relationships that don’t support us and activities that don’t nourish us.  We live in bondage to, not only what is done to us, but by our own limited thinking.

This July 4th, I challenge you to break out of the chains of bondage to find your authentic self and be free – free to be as God created you to be. Free to stop being a victim in life and understand that you are really a volunteer – that it is you who determines what you are volunteering for.

Quote of the Week

“Freedom in the oxygen of the soul.”                

Moshe Dayan


Pride Week is important to us all

June is Pride Month – a time to remember that we should make inclusivity a priority, not just in organizations, but in our own lives as well.

It is a time to remember that we are all children of God and when we discriminate or hate any one group it can easily spread to all people who are not like us.  Hatred is contagious but Love is even more contagious and powerful.  Love will always win out and we can each do our own part to assure this happens.

Ask yourself these questions – Do I dislike any group of people that are different than me?  Do I make jokes at the expense of others?  Am I as kind to others as I wish they were to me?

We all can do our part to make our world more inclusive by treating others as our brothers and sisters, which they are.

Quote of the Week

“How would your life be different if…You stopped making negative judgmental assumptions about people you encounter? Let today be the day you look for the good in everyone you meet and respect their journey.”                                                                                           Steve Maraboli