Before becoming a minister, Rev. Tracy enjoyed over thirty years in hospitality management and training. She travelled extensively in her professional life with Starwood Hotels and Resorts and credits her travel experiences as the foundation of her inclusive ministerial style.
Rev. Tracy describes herself as a teaching minister. In her own words, “I seek to recognize Love and Law in everyday life, to reach the deep silence of Spirit and the mystical heights of transformation. I live life with delight and a deep commitment to empowering others to live their lives more abundantly.”
- Be the Lake
- It's Self-Evident
- A Beam of Light
- Balancing the Books - Part II
- Go With the Flow
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Wednesday, July 31, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Join us for a conversation that is sure to illuminate, educate and inspire!
Meet our panelists:
Gurucharan Kahlsa: Dr. Khalsa found Sikhism through the practice of Kundalini Yoga. He is a practicing Sikh minister. He has been a clinical psychologist since the late 1970's working in private practice, community mental health, hospitals, a federal prison and non-profits. His focus is on how emotions get blocked in the body, impacting the inner-world and relationships.
Kathleen Jacobsen: Ms. Jacobson is a Celtic Pagan and a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids, a worldwide group dedicated to practicing, teaching, and developing Druidry as a valuable and inspiring spirituality. Ms Jacobson is also student of Japanese Tea Ceremony through the international associations of the Urasenke school in Kyoto, Japan, promoting peace throughout the world. Kathleen is a published poet, and writer. Her stories can be found in the Huffington Post.
Rabbi Zev-Hayyim Fayer: Rabbi Fayer is an ordained rabbi serving communities throughout the U.S. for over 40 years, and current member of the National Advisory Board of the Jewish Peace Fellowship, the Council of Elders of the Shomer Shalom Institute for Jewish Non-Violence.
Rev. Dr. Thom Johnson: Rev. Thom is the Director of the Center for Lutheran Studies and adjunct professor at Claremont School of Theology (CST). He is the founder and coordinator of the Interfaith Working Group for Peace in the Middle East. He has also published four books and helped to write the curriculum called “Standing Together” - a Muslim/Christian educational tool. Rev. Thom was a Lutheran parish pastor for 36 years.
POTLUCK SUNDAY FUNDAY!
First Sunday of each month,
bring a dish to share because you care!
Next Potluck Sunday is August 4th
We are looking for people who love to plan special events, parties, and fundraisers. If this is you and you would love to make plans and enjoy great fellowship at the same time, join our Event Committee.
Please see our Board member Lara Lopez or our volunteer coordinator Micki Daniels.
The following opportunities to serve in your spiritual community are available:
• Building and Grounds • Hospitality • Special Events and Fundraisers •Youth and Family
Sign Up in the Foyer today!
CLAREMONT CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING
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