The Great Wheel Turns Again!

Dear Hearts,

I'm happy to announce that, yes, it's official, I will be the new Senior Minister and Community Spiritual Leader at the Golden Gate Center for Spiritual Living beginning August 1, 2018!

Next weekend, the final Sunday in July, will be a morning of ceremony with Rev. Karyl Huntley, Karen Drucker and me, with Bodhi Setchko and Amanda Kreglow doing the morning music. Bring your hankies and join us for “The Great Wheel Turns Again” as we mark this conscious transition at GGCSL.

I invite and encourage every single one of you to join me at 10 AM on Sundays beginning in August for the Celebration Services at GGCSL.

Sunday mornings happen at the Corte Madera Community Center at 498 Tamalpais Drive in Corte Madera, CA, a different place from the church office where classes and workshops are held.

If you've missed my ministry, are curious, want to check out GGCSL or find out if it's time to return after an absence, I'd love to see you and discover if we're a good match.

Please share this invitation widely with others and invite your friends to come with you on a Sunday. This congregation wants to welcome many guests and new or past congregants with great enthusiasm, and so do I.

The Installation Celebration will take place in October, so stay tuned for more info about that event in future newsletters.

If you're interested, there is an entertaining story behind how this came about, especially if you've heard me say again and again that I wasn't going to do another church ministry other than temporary Interim Ministry work.

Let's take a moment here for a quick aside: Some of you may remember me saying that in the past the Universe would bring me to the next step on my path in some sneaky way, spinning me around till I was dizzy, then backing me into the new situation to turn around and discover it was a good place for me. I thought that I'd learned to walk straight ahead into what wanted to happen, not needing to be eased into these changes any longer. Well, maybe I haven't quite learned that lesson...