with Rev. Tara Steele
Date: Five Mondays, Oct. 19 to Nov. 16
Time: 10 am to 12 noon
Center for Spiritual Living Santa Rosa
2075 Occidental Road
a Spiritual Enrichment Course
These classes are currently offered online only (using Zoom) due to the coronavirus restrictions. Students will be notified if, and when, it is possible to participate with in-person classes at The Center.
As glimpses into our lives, stories highlight people and events, the themes, the villains, and heroes. They may become vehicles of hope and healing as we shift our perspective and open to the richness and vitality of our lives. Sometimes we forget to update the stories. As we notice the ways we have changed and grown, we rewrite our life stories, perhaps adding color, joy, wonder, or gratitude. The power of the Divine living in, through, and as ourselves shines forth. Join Rev. Janet Tobin and Rev. Tara Steele to explore the twists and turns, the infinite imaginings and possibilities, the power of story, from stormy first draft to the present and forward. We’ll explore stories in different ways, writing them, telling them, playing with them, and more.
No Textbook Required
Rev. Tara Steele is the Community Minister at the Center and brings to her teaching threads of Christian, Buddhist, and Hindu practices as well as a commitment to embodying our beliefs and values in everyday life. That's been at the heart of her work since the 1980s, whether in the nonprofit corporate world, healthcare, or spiritual community. Rev. Tara found Science of Mind in 2002 and was amazed at how well it weaves together various faith traditions and practices. That sense of wholeness and possibility is still alive in Tara today and is the main reason she teaches. She says that It is a gift to explore our philosophy and watch it come alive in her students.
Please make sure that your current email address is entered when you register. Necessary information for you to log in and participate in the class will be emailed to you prior to the beginning of the class.
Online registration for this class will end Saturday, October 17, at 5 pm.
Registration for this class includes a non-refundable $20 processing fee.
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