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Why Jesus' Arrest and Crucifixion Are Relevant Today
By Rev. Kurt Condra

It's Holy Week -- when Jesus was arrested (Maundy Thursday) and crucified (Good Friday).

Metaphysically speaking, both arrest and crucifixion are steps in our spiritual evolution: Human limitation is arrested, and ego nature dies to divine nature.

Arrest is the first step. By paying close attention to emotions and the thoughts they evoke, we can halt patterns that do not serve our greater purpose. Arrest is then followed by crucifixion....when unproductive patterns are executed from consciousness so truth can rise. Jesus' resurrection, his triumph over death, is God's promise that the death of our human limitations marks the threshold to spiritual mastery. 

So this Holy Week, I encourage you to look for any patterns in consciousness that need arresting. (If you’re like me, a quick glance at today’s headlines will kickstart outlaw thinking.) Trust that whatever negative conditions you observe or experience portend Truth's resurrection. Anger and criticism are calling forth loving discernment. Fear and aggression mark a transformation toward compassionate understanding. Chaos and uncertainty are giving rise to order and faith. Brokenness shows where  wholeness is emerging. Emptiness and desolation mark the coming of passion and fulfillment.

As truth is resurrected within us, we extend its reach, blessing (saving) others from the false notion that pain and suffering are greater than the divinity of life everlasting.  

What Does Jesus' Life & Death Mean for Us? 
Friday, April 19
7 p.m.
Love Offering

This powerful, multi-faceted experience with music and readings is adapted from a collection of unpublished writings by Rev. Richard Billings titled, Those Who Knew Him. Together, we'll explore Jesus’ life and death from the perspectives of Biblical figures making meaning of their encounters with him.  We will leave with a deeper understanding of Jesus' divine humanity and how it's reflective of our own. 

'Paint It Out' 
with Bojit

Saturday, April 27
1:30 -3:30 p.m.
Donation: $50
Facilitator: Bojana Ilic
Register Now

Relax, sip, have fun, and with BOJITT’s guidance, paint your motivational word or expression on canvas.  You will leave feeling empowered with a wonderful art piece you’ve created to motivate you for years to come.  All art materials included in the price.  BYOB.  Register now.

Finding YourSelf in Transition
Four Tuesdays
April 30 - May 21
6:30 - 9 pm
$100/series or $30/class
Facilitator: Candace Lucas

Discover how to use change as a gateway to greater personal and spiritual growth. Based on the insightful book by Unity Minister Rev. Robert Brumet, this course will  help you understand and manage the phases of transition, and see it as an opportunity for transformation and spiritual awakening. Click here to register online. 
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