We believe that all people are created with sacred worth. Our ministries and outreaches are inclusive and open-minded, free from discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age, creed, religion, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability and sexual orientation. We recognize and honor the Divine within as the one common denominator that we share on our human journey.
In December we honor the following holy days and festivals:
December 6 - St. Nicholas Day, Christian
December 8 - Rohatsu (Bodhi Day), Zen Buddhism
December 10-18 - Hanukkah, Judaism
December 17-25 - Saturnalia, Roman
December 21 - Yule, Pagan, Christian, Wicca
December 25 - Christmas
December 26 - St. Stephen's Day
December 26 - Zathosht No Diso, Zoroastrian
December 26-January 1 - Kwanzaa, African Heritage
12 - Gingerbread House Day
17 - Maple Syrup Day
26 - Thank You Note Day
28 - Playing Cards Day
Love offering donations can be made with gratitude by clicking here.