This past Sunday we gathered for our Annual Meeting … it was short, sweet and intended to maximize interest and participation! We shared exciting information on our 2016 and 2017 financial affairs, overall community engagement and upcoming Taste of Bodhi details. The short of it is we had a great 2016 and 2017 is proving to be filled with generosity, creativity and, in true Bodhi fashion, lots of love! Read More
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Rev. Lola Wright introduces our new theme for February, “Sexual Healing.” For most, Marvin Gaye and his hit song from 1982 will first come to mind—and we’re sure to be singing, dancing and grooving in that very spirit!—but as Rev. Lola explains, the inspiration for the series comes from Matthew Fox, the priest and theologian and influential exponent of the Creation Spirituality movement, and Gay Hendricks, the psychologist and writer for relationships and personal growth. What if we could experience great pleasure and joy in every moment!
Racism. Ouch! Just the word creates so many images and ideas, pain, discouragement. One of the most common reactions to the word is to withdraw immediately as if from a hot stove. But we are here to BE the beLOVEd Community. So maybe, just maybe, we might have to get a little bit uncomfortable to be the architects of change we are here to be. Read More
This month we transcend our individual wants and needs. We are invited to release our attachments to self and hold our desires lightly. In the spiritual practice of Sacred Service we surrender to a purpose greater than ourselves. Sacred Service is the practice of contributing and serving humanity, our brothers and our sisters without any expectation of renumeration or praise. Read More
As Bodhi’s Coordinator of Care, I am committed to expanding the experience of intimacy and belonging within the community. Sacred Circles are #FertileGround for this. Sacred Circles are small groups that gather monthly to socialize, enjoy food, and dive into our monthly series through prayer, meditation, reflection, and sharing. I find Circles to be an opportunity for participants to witness and be witnessed—to support, uplift, and inspire one another as we show up authentically and anchor ourselves in Truth. Read More