Spiritual But Not Religious

January 10, 2016 – February 7, 2016

A growing number of people see religion as closed-minded, divisive, judgmental, power-hungry, authoritarian, out of touch, anti-intellectual, anti-women, anti-gay, and moving us backward instead of forward.

But most people still want to be spiritual people. We want a connection with what really matters, with God, with the universe, with nature, with the people we love.

What does it mean to be spiritual? It can be hard to articulate, can’t it? There doesn’t seem to be one definition, but when we say “spiritual,” we tend to mean something like…

Open-minded
Soulful
Meditative
Compassionate
In touch with the meaning of life
At peace
Healthier
Expanding
Growing
More fully human

There are many ways to be a more spiritual person. We practice yoga, healthy eating, prayer, mindfulness, self-help, serving others, and generosity to grow in our spirituality.

But have you found what works for you personally?

Beginning January 10, you are invited to craft a customized spiritual path for yourself that will help you to become the person you were created to be. You will see how Jesus faced the same struggle of spirituality versus religion and how he continued along a spiritual path even when it wasn’t easy.

Beginning January 10, you’re invited to become the spiritual person you want to be.

Join us for Spiritual, But Not Religious.