Tag: who are you

  • Sunday, May 11 — Mother’s Day

    Just a reminder that after two weeks at the Sedona Creative Life Center, we are back at the library this Sunday…. 9:30 a.m., Community Room at Sedona Public Library Fellowship time after the Gathering will be at Red’s Restaurant, at Sedona Rouge. Mothers Day.  Mothers everywhere are honored and blessed for the role they have […]

  • Easter Sunday Celebration – March 31

    Easter Sunday: The iconic Christian celebration of the resurrection of Jesus.  Yet, it is also a powerful interfaith event for all humankind that demonstrates the strength and magnificence of God and of ourselves.  Jesus demonstrated what is available to all of us, if we will only open our eyes and see ourselves as God sees […]

  • Sunday, December 16 — Shine Your Light!

    Light festivals continue at Interfaith At Sedona Interfaith Fellowship, we use Advent to honor festivals of light from several traditions, as a symbol of inviting the light to come and recognizing the divine within. This Sunday we honor Divali, meaning “row of lights,” a Hindu celebration of renewal, cleansing and purification, celebrated at the end […]

  • July 22 – SIF’s 16th Anniversary Celebration!

    Just another Sunday?  Perhaps in the greater scheme of things.  But for us, another milestone has been reached, another year has been served in our humble ministry.  16 years…. It’s hard to imagine! Yet, what do all of these years help us to see?  Surely the sea of faces has changed over the years.  And […]

  • Sunday, May 13 – Mother’s Day

    A Buddhist text says, “Even as a mother at the risk of her life would watch over her own, her only child, so let us with boundless mind and good will survey the whole world.” Sunday is Mother’s Day, a day of honoring all mothers, especially our own.  We also remember how the mother-nature of […]

  • Sunday, September 25 — What is Your Sense of Self?

    Too often one can find oneself waxing poetic about “the way it used to be,” or idly fantasizing about a mythical perfect future – as they say, “the grass is always greener on the other side.”  Yet, the spiritual path, although looking to a brighter future, is about living fully in the present, so that […]