Flames of FaithLighting the Flames of Faith

Each week we light the Flames of Faith to acknowledge that all people and all faiths come from the One Power/Love/Intelligence, which we call Spirit or God.

Our Vision & Mission

Our vision is an open and loving community of spiritual adventurers, welcoming each person to experience their Divine nature in an empowering space of unconditional Love.

We are lighting the world in love, teaching universal spiritual principles to inspire all people to create their own lives in wisdom, peace, prosperity and joy.

Sunday Dec. 11: "Misplaced Faith"

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Our biggest fear may be that God will not answer our prayers. This fear of lack is nothing more than the belief that God is not all we claim: Omniscient, Omnipotent, & Omnipresent. Rev. Dave Schpok explores how we allow fear to become our faith.

Live, original music by Adam Web.

Each celebration is anchored in meditation and Practical Prayer.

Every Sunday

We gather from 10:30-11:45 at the CA House, 118 S. 37th Street on the UPenn campus (bet. Chestnut & Sansom).

Silent meditation begins at 10:10.

Each Celebration is a blend of inspiring words, personal spiritual practice and fellowship with bright Lights of Divine Love just like you. It's a hands-on approach to make the concepts of Practical Spirituality accessible in a powerful and personal way.

FREE PARKING!

Candlelight Holiday Celebration

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Christmas is on a Sunday this year, so we're switching to a Candlelight Celebration on Saturday, honoring the Winter Solstice.

We'll gather to celebrate the Light, knowing with full faith and conviction of the return of longer days that are about to begin. The Celebration takes place fireside, in natural light in the Great Room at the CA House, beginning at sundown. Our Celebration features...

  • inspirational sound & rhythm
  • story and ritual
  • meditation, movement and prayer

We'll join in ritual to create an intention and welcome the return of the Light. The evening concludes with light refreshments, ending at 6:15.

Intenders Circle

A new Connection Group

Meets 3rd Wednesdays
7-9 pm in Maple Shade, NJ (optional potluck dinner at 6pm)

This group meets on the 3rd Wednesday every month to explore the Intention Circle process. It lets members support each other in a positive way, and creates a group energy so the intentions set by each participant can manifest more quickly and effortlessly. The meeting follows guidelines crafted by The Intenders of the Highest Good, a group that has been around for over 20 years and has had a great amount of success.

Childrens Program

Sunday Dec 11

The New Thought Philadelphia Children's Program runs once per month, on the 2nd Sunday. It's open to all kids age 4 1/2 to pre-teen, and features a blend of rituals, creative activites and group discussion that bring the best of the world's spiritual practices into an understandable framework that our children love!

New Year's White Stone Ceremony

Sunday Jan. 1 during the Celebration

We'll begin the new year with a special ceremony, using white stones imported from Jerusalem to set an intention for the Good that we're inviting into our lives in 2017.

It promises to be a great way to ring in the new.

This Thing Called You class

The most heartfelt book by Ernest Holmes.

Six Tuesday nights
7 - 9:30pm

Facilitator:
Revs. Bill Marchiony & Dave Schpok
Hidden River Wellness Ctr. 3901B Main St. Manayunk

This Thing Called You is a course in practical spirituality for dynamic living. In this class you will explore and realize an expanded and empowered life. You’ll discover your individual place in the universal scheme of things and find out how your personal relationship to the Creative Power can open doors to fulfillment in your daily experience. Learn powerful, practical spiritual tools for everyday living. Transcend old beliefs for a new dynamic experience of life. Experience your essential spirituality and find a greater you than you may realize.

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