Events

Events

Sunday, June 6
10:30a Celebration Service
Power of the Body: Practicing Service

Yoga means Unity, and Hindus believe there are four main paths to achieving it. Karma Yoga is the Path of Working without thought of reward, or even achievement. Think of Mother Teresa. Can selfless service help us to realize our oneness? How? Is it true that what we do for others we do for ourselves? What are the pitfalls? Can selflessness itself become an ego trip?

Sunday, June 13
10:30a Celebration Service
Power of the Heart: Practicing Devotion

Yoga means Unity, and Hindus believe there are four main paths to achieving it. Bhakti Yoga is the path of love and devotion. It can show up as worship and praise and as compassion. In New Thought, we are not much into praise (at least as it has been presented in traditional Christianity). so how can we walk a path of Bhakti Yoga while also knowing our essential worth and ONEness?

Sunday, June 20
10:30a Celebration Service
Father’s Day: The Father Within

God is traditionally spoken of (especially in Christianity) as “Father.” The predominant energy of the world’s people has been, for centuries, heavily weighted towards the masculine. Is the Divine Masculine a negative thing? What is the energy of God the Father? How does it affect our lives? How can we balance our energies so we best serve ourselves and the world?

Sunday, June 27
10:30a Celebration Service
Are You Ready for a Miracle? with special guest John Harold Moore

A Course in Miracles defines a miracle as a shift in perspective from fear to love. One of the most challenging areas to experience this kind of shift can be with our family. Through personal stories and lessons learned from years of facilitating the revolutionary healing modality known as Family Constellations, John will help us understand the hidden family dynamics at play that keep us from the happy, healthy, prosperous lives we were meant to live. This broader understanding, along with a few tools from A Course in Miracles and Family Constellations, will help us open our hearts even wider, allowing more love to flow in and out. Get ready for a miracle!

Sunday, June 27
1:00p workshop
An Afternoon of Miracles with John Harold Moore

From 1:00-3:00p on Sunday, June 27, our COOL friend John Moore offers An Afternoon of Miracles! This workshop is $25 per person.

John is a Life Coach, Family Constellations Facilitator, A Course in Miracles teacher, writer, and speaker. He has studied many different spiritual paths, but the one that speaks most directly to his heart is A Course in Miracles. Once he discovered the Course in 2006, he began experiencing miraculous shifts in his life. John knew he wanted to share these teachings to help others on their own path of healing and wholeness. To that end, John is also a pioneer in the practice of Family Constellations, a healing modality which he feels provides a direct experience of the principles found in the Course. John graduated from the Family Constellations Institute of Miami in 2013, and speaks and facilitates workshops online and all over the U.S.

Announcements

Your Board of Trustees has worked long and hard to determine the best course of action for our official reopening. We have put together a self-assessment to help you determine whether you should come back to in-person services, and a series of guidelines everyone will be expected to follow upon arrival at church. If there are any questions, please contact the administration at admin@churchofonelove.org.

Health Self-Assessment Prior to Return to Church of One Love
1. Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms:
  • Fever (100.4ᵒF/38ᵒC or greater)
  • A new, continuous cough – i.e., coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
  • Sore throat
  • Runny nose (different from typical allergy symptoms that respond to antihistamines)
  • Headache
  • Fatigue (lack of energy, extreme tiredness)
  • Loss of sense of taste or smell
If YES, please stay home.
Monitor your symptoms as directed by your healthcare provider or public health unit.
If NO, proceed to next question.

2. Within the last 14 days did you care for or have close contact with a symptomatic person (refer to symptoms in question #1) known or suspected to have COVID-19?close contact is defined as a person who:

  • Provided care for the individual, including healthcare workers, family members or other caregivers, or who had other similar close physical contact without consistent and appropriate use of personal protective equipment;
  • Lived with or otherwise had close contact (within 6 feet); or
  • Had direct contact with infectious person while not wearing recommended personal protective equipment.
If YES, please stay at home.
Reevaluate 14 days after your last exposure to the symptomatic person.
If NO, proceed to next question.
3. Have you traveled in the last 14 days and does your location require self-isolation upon entry?
If YES, please quarantine (self-isolate) for 14 days from your return.
Church of One Love
Attendance Protocols

These protocols are established with the intent of minimizing chances of contracting Covid19 by staff and attendees.  This is a managed risk, NOT a guarantee.  All who attend services at Church of One Love do so at their own risk. There are ushers who will direct you in following these requirements for attendance with oversight by one or more members of the Board of Trustees.  We show our love by following these protocols!

Pre-Attendance Health Check: Please perform the above health check. If you are ill, please stay home.

Limited Attendance: The number of attendees is limited at this time to 25% of the capacity of our sanctuary, plus Rev. Melinda and the music team, and other staff, as necessary. Reservations NOT required.

Masks: Masks required on church property, including parking lot, except by ministry staff & musicians.

Arrival time: Please be at church early. Use the EAST side door only. We will open promptly at 10:15 a.m.

Entrance: Socially distance outside the Northeast foyer door until you are admitted to the building.

Temperature check: Ushers will check temperatures at the door using no touch thermometers. If your temperature is higher than 99.6°, you will be asked to leave immediately.

Use Hand Sanitizer: Upon entrance. Maintain social distance in the foyer until directed to your seat.

Sanctuary Seating: An usher will direct you when to enter the sanctuary. Please be seated immediately, with at least 6 feet of distance from other persons or groups. Once seated, do not change seats or physically approach others. Please be in your seat by 10:30 a.m. Be mindful we are recording and broadcasting on Facebook Live.

Refreshments: Refreshments are not permitted. The Fellowship Hall is closed for the time being.

Departure: Ushers will direct your exit from the Sanctuary (back to front) after the Celebration Service, to maintain 6 foot social distancing. Please depart directly through the Northeast foyer door.

We understand that these are difficult times.  It’s hard to socially distance from beloved friends, and to avoid hugging and touching.  Understand that any Congregant could be at risk, so following these guidelines is necessary for our safety and health. We abide by these rules because we love one another.  We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

We pray for your continued health and well-being, that this virus may soon be vanquished and that we may return to regular services adding our voices to prayers for a loving, peaceful world.

Sincerely,
The Board of Trustees