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Sunday, November 10, 2019

You Have A Self. Aware, Permanent, Holy

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Part of the spiritual journey is to discover the hidden power of the Self within and to bring it out into expression in our lives. Today's message explore the obstacles, celebrations, and joys of the spiritual journey.

The Nonprofit Partner Program is an outreach program of the Center for Spiritual Living, Santa Rosa. Each year since 2004 twelve nonprofit partners have been selected from nominations submitted by individuals in our Spiritual Community who are either associated with a nonprofit or have benefited from the services of a nonprofit. Nonprofits may not nominate themselves. Nominations are received in the fall of each year. 

A committee meets to review the nominations, vet them to make sure they have a nonprofit tax ID number, and to ensure that the mission of the nonprofit is harmonious with the values and teachings of the Center for Spiritual Living. From the nominations, twelve are selected, and each nonprofit is assigned a month of the year. During their assigned month, representatives of the nonprofit are invited to make a 2-minute presentation during all three of our Sunday morning services, and also to staff a table in our Social Hall with information about their work and volunteer opportunities. 

This year your committee selected the following organizations from your nominations for our 2020 Nonprofit Partners:

• Aids Lifecycle Ride (nominated by Jerry Huffaker, Jeff Basham & Nancy Reynolds)
• Clean River Alliance (Cindy Collins)
• COTS 572 (Giving Intention Team)
• Knights of Sonoma County (Jeffrey Sanders)
• Lily’s Legacy Senior Dog Sanctuary (Ronni Berg)
• Positive Images (Alicia Carroll)
• Seeds of Awareness (Lauren Darges)
• Shoes4Kidz (Lucas Hensley)
• Sonoma Bach (Christopher Fritzsche)
• SRJC Shone Farm (Robin Zolotoff)
• Verity (Edward Viljoen, Linda & Dennis O’Rear)
• Zariki Nursery and Primary School (Elisa Baker)

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