Sunday, August 28
10:30a Celebration Service
To Live What We Believe

Do we know what we believe? Can we articulate it?  Do we hold our big decisions and small daily choices up to our beliefs and values, and if so… do our actions support and illustrate our beliefs?   Can others tell what we believe by the way we live?  Let’s explore these questions in order to clarify for ourselves what we value most.

Sunday, September 4
10:30a Celebration Service
The Daffodil Principle: What Happens When You Take Action Every Day with Janet Ellis

Our beloved guest speaker Janet Ellis returns to speak to us about how our actions — affect our lives and our world.

Sunday, September 11
10:30a Celebration Service
Looking Within: Without Judgment 

(What’s on the Shelves?) Rev Mel is back this week, with a look at how to be truly self-aware and self-observant with absolute self-love and self-compassion. When dare to see ourselves as we are—without comparison or regret—we let go of shame, judgment, defensiveness, and need for constant justification.

Sunday, September 18
10:30a Celebration Service
New Thought: A Living Spirituality with Rev. Dr. PJae Stanley

Guest speaker Rev Dr PJae Stanleyshares how our spirituality can work for us 24 hours a day—7 days a week. When we actively engage with Spirit, our personal relationship with Divine Principle makes our individual lives more loving, abundant and joy-filled, even as we make the world a better place thru loving connection with God and others.

Sunday, September 24
10:30a Celebration Service
Letting Go of What No Longer Serves

The single thing humans are most afraid of is…CHANGE.  Even when we very much want change and can see it is for our good, it’s difficult to leave the past in the past and walk boldly and bravely into what’s next.  Rev Mel will discuss why and how to let go of what was then and is now—in order to pave the way for what is to be.

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

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.