Wednesday Night Services

Every Wednesday night, we have a gathering to hear from (usually) four or five community members about what’s moving in the community and in our lives. Sometimes we engage in facilitated practice, too. Wednesday night services tend to be more casual than our Sunday services. Here are audio recordings from some of those services. Click on the title to listen, or click the Download links to download to your computer.

August 5, 2020 – Full Service Download

David Karchere led the online gathering this week. He began by showing a video, “Call in the Vastness.” David asked Bruce Campbell, Rachel Morrison and Oren Yakovee to speak on “What it means to me to have my heart and soul melted by the loving nature of Divine Presence.” We then broke into small groups to discuss an experience of the melting of our own heart and soul. When we came back to the full group, David offered a meditation largely around the word “dignity.” He then opened it up to full-group discussion around that topic. David then invited us to sing “Evening Hymn.” We ended the evening with a slide show of photos that David took at sunset around the reservoir here in the valley, along with music and quotes from David. You can see that here.

July 29, 2020 – Full Service Download

Sece Foster focused this week’s online gathering. Gary Goodhue began the evening with a prayer. Sece introduced the theme: The signature vibration of beloved community. She played a song, “Blessing to the World,” by Karen Drucker. She introduced questions to discuss in listening pairs: What is self-love? What are the barriers to loving yourself? What could you do now to allow more self-love into your experience? And how might that shift things in your relationship to others? Afterward, she led us in a guided meditation that included the Ho’oponopono prayer directed toward ourselves. We ended the gathering with shares from the group as a whole.

July 22, 2020 – Full Service Download

Jane Anetrini facilitated this week’s Wednesday night online gathering. The evening began with a prayer led by Oren Yakovee. Longtime Emissary Tom Cooper then spoke about great figures who have had to make the most wrenching decisions in history, the topic of his new book. Tom introduced the topic for the first breakout session: If someone wrote about my life, what impact might it have on the reader? Karen Boyett spoke about having reminders of what is most precious to us. She asked us to notice, when she says the words “sacred” and “precious,” where we feel it in our bodies. She introduced the next breakout session topic: What is most sacred and precious to you, and what could help you sustain that awareness in your day-to-day life? Marilyn Manderson then spoke about her relationship with God. She introduced the next discussion topic: How are you building beloved community? A final question for the whole group was: What more would you like to do for the whole community? Jane read the answers that were typed into the chat box.

July 15, 2020 – Full Service Download

This Wednesday night online gathering was hosted by Keahi Ewa. The night began with Pat Campbell playing an organ piece. Sece Foster offered an opening prayer for the evening, and Patrick Padden told a story related to our topic: reciprocity. Lana Roach introduced a question for us to ponder in listening pairs: Share an experience you’ve had of reciprocity and how it felt. Afterward, Ruth French spoke on the topic. We had another listening-pair time to explore an experience we’d had of the giving end of reciprocity and how that felt. Keahi then shared about the receiving end of reciprocity, and we broke into listening pairs again to share our experiences of that aspect. Next was a large-group sharing, answering the question, What is the gift that is truly yours to give now? Lana then concluded the evening with a blessing.

July 8, 2020 – Full Service Download

Facilitating for this Wednesday night online service was Oren Yakovee. Keahi Ewa opened the evening with a prayerful song. Carolyn Gruchy offered a prayer and meditation by B Pryor with simple hand movements. We then listened to an audio excerpt from Sunday of Spiritual Director David Karchere speaking about True Dualism. Gary Goodhue offered a few words on non-dualism and introduced a time for listening pairs, in which we were to name a situation that would benefit from overcoming judgment. Soma Hunter then shared a poem written by Jo Harjo. He introduced another round of listening pairs focusing on naming a person with whom you could bridge the gap from false duality to true, dynamic dualism. Heather Gray read a poem by Shel Silverstein and then introduced the next round of listening pairs: Name one of your unique qualities that you tend to downplay; what might shift if you were to embody a greater acceptance and ownership of that quality? After that, we moved into whole-group sharing, and ended with a meditation guided by Lana Roach.

July 1, 2020 – Full Service Download

This Wednesday night online service was facilitated by Uma Faith. The evening began with the recording of Attunement Card 24, the Spirit of Purification. The topic for the evening was bringing an activating vibration in order to create a pattern that is creative. Patrick Padden shared a quick “human cymatics” experiment with us. Gary Goodhue talked about the meaning of the words “pater” and “mater.” After an introduction about the topic from Uma, we broke up into small groups to discuss an experience we’ve had in which a creative pattern easily and naturally unfolded. In a second round of small-group discussion, we talked about a pattern in our lives that is not working well; what activating vibration could we bring to allow a shift to happen, and how would that change the situation? We then ended with a whole-group discussion and a beautiful slide show from Spiritual Director David Karchere. Click here to see that video.

June 24, 2020 – Full Service Download

Spiritual Director David Karchere facilitated this online gathering. Sece Foster sang a chant she wrote called “Zin Uru.” David introduced the topic, having to do with our words, and how we say what we say, the tone, the energy, the body language. Same with our actions; they can be full of creative or destructive energy. We broke into small groups to discuss these questions: Name a time when someone said something to you that was hurtful or negative, and how did that feel? Name a time when someone said something positive to you, and how did that feel? After we returned from the small groups, Sece Foster, Jane Anetrini, Oren Yakovee and David talked about the factors involved in whether words have a negative or positive impact. We ended with a few full-group shares.

June 17, 2020 – Full Service Download

Jane Anetrini was the facilitator for our online Wednesday evening service this week. Sece Foster said an opening prayer, and Jane introduced our topic, about sanctuary, about a vibrational ark, about building bridges that provide an atmosphere of acceptance and love. We broke into small groups to discuss these questions: How do you maintain an atmosphere that provides a bridge and creates a vibrational ark? What can you do to magnify that atmosphere? What destroys that atmosphere? When we came back into the main virtual “room,” several people shared about their small-group discussions. Jane closed the evening by reading an attunement card.

June 10, 2020 – Full Service Download

Focusing the online Wednesday evening service this week was Uma Faith. Karen Pritchard offered an invocation involving candles that we lit in our individual homes. Uma spoke about our topic: invoking divine presence. Sece Foster also spoke, about how invoking the divine has been a big focus in her life. We watched a video of John Denver offering a peace poem and singing “Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream.” We broke into small groups, answering the questions, How do you invoke the divine, and when, where, why? Also, How are things different when you invoke divine presence? After the breakout sessions, we had whole-group shares, and we ended the evening with a prayer.

June 3, 2020 – Full Service Download

Jane Anetrini focused the online Wednesday night service, with Karen Boyett offering an opening prayer. Jane talked about maintaining a sacred atmosphere and listed creative steps to developing discipline. Oren Yakovee spoke briefly and shared a short excerpt from David Karchere’s Sunday talk, about being a lighthouse. We then broke into small groups to discuss a time when we had experienced self-discipline and what that felt like and from where the passion for that self-discipline came; how our lives would be different if we maintained sacred atmosphere; and what the benefits of that might be. We came back to the whole group to share insights. Another small-group time was centered around vulnerability. After that, we came back to the full group and had a few more shares to wrap up the evening.

May 27, 2020 – Full Service Download

Keahi Ewa focused our online Wednesday evening gathering. Gary Goodhue started with an opening prayer, and Keahi read a poem by Barbara Rohde, “We Stand at the Edge of a True Wilderness.” She then asked us to reflect on something about which we would like encouragement, and to journal about that, answering the questions, Who could bring that encouragement to you, and what would they say? We then got into listening pairs and typed those encouraging statements into our chat box, and each one reflected those words back to the other. Later, we typed the most important parts of those statements into the full-group chat box, and Melissa Jacobs and Bruce Campbell read those statements to the whole group. The night ended with some shares from the full group.

May 20, 2020 – Full Service Download

Sece Foster focused our online Wednesday night service this week. She had Lana Roach open our time with a prayer. We watched a video by Gregg Braden, who emphasized that “feeling is the prayer.” Sece then led us in a guided meditation, and we broke into listening pairs. When we came back to the full group, there was some sharing about what came up in our listening pairs or the previous elements of our service. Sece played “Imagine” by John Lennon, and we shared through the chat box our imaginations of the world we’d like to live in. We ended the evening with an attunement prayer.

May 13, 2020 – Full Service Download

Oren Yakovee was the facilitator for this online session. He started with a video of a song that has gone viral. The song is the classic Rogers and Hammerstein “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” sung by Captain Tom Moore, along with Michael Ball and the NHS Voices of Care Choir. Captain Tom is a 100-year-old man in the United Kingdom who walked around his garden to raise money for NHS Charities Together, which supports the NHS staff and volunteers caring for COVID-19 patients. Here’s the link to that video. After a quick check-in with the whole online group, Oren spoke about the concept of tensegrity and shared a video about that. We broke into small groups to ponder this: Name an experience where you held the sacredness of the field with both essences of Mother God and Father God. In a second round, we asked, What enhances the quality of your morphic field? How does that affect your service, your field, or your relationships? After that, we came back to the main “room” for individual shares. Our evening ended with healing chant.

May 6, 2020 – Full Service Download

Sunrise Ranch Spiritual Director David Karchere focused the virtual service this week. We broke into small groups for a check-in and talked about this question: What are some of the emotions you’ve felt in the past week? When we came back to the full group, David gave a presentation he called “Emotions, Thought and the Morphic Field.” After that, we broke into small groups again to answer this question: Do you see a relationship between what you’ve been feeling recently and the morphic field? When we came back to the full “room,” several people shared what they had discussed in their small groups.

April 29, 2020 – Full Service Download

For this week’s virtual gathering, Jane Anetrini began by playing a video by Sam Robson of the Christian hymn “I Need Thee Every Hour.” She read quotes by David Karchere and Oren Yakovee, and Keahi expanded on those themes, having to do with thinking as a spiritual practice and using our lives as opportunities for serivce. We then broke into small groups to explore these questions: What old thoughts are you tired of thinking? What are the thoughts that you have yet to allow yourself to think? What is the thought that is in the mind of God that is ready to be born into our collective awareness if we would but let it? (This part of the service was not recorded.) When we got back into the large gropu, several people shared what came up during that small-group exploration.

April 22, 2020 – Full Service Download

Uma Faith was the facilitator for this Wednesday night service, which again took place online. She began by having us each light a candle to set a sacred space. Atom Terpening led a guided meditation. Gary Goodhue and Uma each spoke about shifting consciousness. Uma introduced a film called Gratitude, created by Louie Schwartzberg with his stunning time-lapse photography and narrated by Brother David Steindl-Rast. Here’s a link to that film (shown during a TED Talk by Schwartzberg). We broke into small groups to explore a shift that we might like to make in our own lives. After coming back to the full “room,” the time together was ended by a shared prayer.

April 15, 2020 – Full Service Download

Director of Sunrise Ranch Ministry Jane Anetrini focused the online gathering. Hugh Duff got us started with a talk on devotion and the highest love. “To be doevoted to the highest love is the highest calling,” he said. Jane then offered a list of signs you’ve had a spiritual awakening, expanding briefly on each item. We broke into small groups to share experiences of our own awakenings. Afterward, several shared about their small-group conversations.

April 8, 2020 – Full Service Download

Director of Operations Keahi Ewa focused this online gathering. It began with Lana Roach leading us in an opening meditation. Joyce Karchere sang “How Can I Keep from Singing?” Courtney Bohlman talked about serving from right where we are. Oren Yakovee gave us a lesson about Passover, when the God center is in place in terms of protection. Keahi then posed the question: What’s holding us back? We broke into pairs online; one person would talk about what might be holding them back, and the other would answer, “Protection is to the left of you. Protection is to the right of you.” That part was not recorded. Lana brought the gathering to a close with another guided meditation.

March 25, 2020 – Full Service Download

As we got together for another online service, Oren Yakovee offered an opening prayer, Karen Pritchard read a poem, and Keahi Ewa offered a presentation on global unity. Spiritual Director David Karchere had us break into diads online to talk about a high and a low in our lives here on Sunrise Ranch during this global pandemic. That part of the gathering was not recorded. After that, Sece Foster, Jane Anetrini and David shared their thoughts, and we had a time of Attunement radiation for all those affected by this global situation.

March 18, 2020 – Full Service Download

This was the first Wednesday night service that was held via teleconference (Zoom) in light of the encouragement by the CDC to refrain from gathering in groups in person because of the coronavirus global pandemic. It was facilitated by Spiritual Director David Karchere. After a meditation led by Sece Foster, we broke into small groups of four or five and answered the question, “What are you experiencing now?” One small group was recorded. When we came back into the full group, we offered light to those suffering in the world in the midst of the pandemic. Our time together ended with Sece Foster singing “We Are Not Alone.”

March 11, 2020 – Full Service Download

For this Wednesday night gathering, there was an altar in the center of our circle with candles representing fire and a bowl of water representing a river. We started with a meditation. Keahi Ewa then led us in a moving meditation that culminated in the participants creating a river, with the river banks being a line of people on one side and a line on the other. Each person was invited to go down through the river, between the people on either side, symbolizing being bathed and receiving strength and blessing from those on the river banks. After that, we split into groups of three to talk about our experience of the river ceremony. Spiritual Director David Karchere closed the hour with a prayer.

March 4, 2020 – Full Service Download

This week’s Wednesday night service was focused by Uma Faith, who led us in a meditation and ceremony inspired by this week’s Pulse of Spirit. The ceremony was based on a Native American ritual called “The Giveaway,” the purpose of which is to restore balance and harmony in the tribe. After the meditation, those who felt ready to do so brought to an altar something that they were holding, such as unforgiveness or anger or resentment, to let it be burned up in the fire (candles) there. We broke into small groups and talked about our experiences of the ceremony, and later, some shared their experiences with the whole group.

February 26, 2020 – Full Service Download

Jane Anetrini focused this week’s Wednesday night service. She brought up themes from this past Sunday’s service, about essences of the God Field, and the urge to live, to love, and to create a womb space, allowing the world of tomorrow to be birthed in us. Oren Yakovee led the group in The Form Reality Practice, this one called Cosmo Form. After that, we held our hands out toward the center of the room in a practice of sending love to our friends. Those who felt led stood up, one at a time, and walked to the center of the space to receive that love and then, if led, to offer it back to the room.

February 19, 2020 – Full Service Download

This week’s service was facilitated by Oren Yakovee. He focused on the idea of integrating our spiritual knowledge into our everyday lives. We started with an energy circle, and Sece Foster led the group in a meditation. Uma Faith then asked us to break into listening pairs, and we talked about situations that were troublesome in our lives through which we were able to transform and evolve. A second question was around tense situations that might be arising in our lives today and what we could bring to those situations that would result in clarity and peace.

February 12, 2020 – Full Service Download

Sece Foster facilitated this week’s gathering. She centered on work done by Dr. David R. Hawkins, an author whose published works focus on frequencies associated with consciousness and emotional states. We broke into dyads to discuss the ideas of power and force—specifically times when we’ve done many things with little result and times when we’ve done nothing outwardly but have seen significant change. We ended the evening by naming one thing in our lives around which we’d like to raise the frequency, then Sece led a prayer of attunement around those things, and we finished with a chant.

February 5, 2020 – Full Service Download

This week’s service was facilitated by Oren Yakovee, who introduced the term “cymatics,” which describes what happens when seemingly inert matter becomes energized by frequency. Oren played a video showing sand on a plate taking on various patterns when various frequencies were played. We later broke up into triads and offered attunements to each other, as directed by John Flood. That was followed by discussions in our small groups. We finished the evening by offering one sentence, beginning with the word “may,” to express the sacredness touched and how we would like to integrate it.

January 29, 2020 – Full Service Download

Spiritual Director David Karchere led this week’s Wednesday night service, focusing on topics from Sunday’s service and the Pulse of Spirit. He used a graphic created by Barbara Marx Hubbard, called the Wheel of Co-Creation, to illustrate his thoughts about lineage and where “the Silver Cord,” our vertical connection with the realm of potentiality, or spirit, or heaven, fits into the picture. We got into small groups to discuss our own lineage—our blood line, cultural line and spiritual line. The evening ended with a chant.

January 22, 2020 – Full Service Download

We opened by talking about our journey of intention and were led us in a guided meditation. Afterward, we got into pairs to talk about what is most sacred and precious to us. We then saluted the sun in the east, then the altar in the center of the room and walked around the altar, chanting. A few people shared their experiences, and we ended with each one giving one word about what we’re bringing to Sunrise Ranch and our world.

January 15, 2020 – Full Service Download

Uma Faith facilitated this evening’s service. She focused on themes from David Karchere’s talk on Sunday, such as the “escape velocity”—becoming free; being self-referential—asking how this affects me; reciprocity—seeing from another’s perspective; and the Golden Rule. After this introduction, she gave the floor to Courtney Bohlman, who recently traveled back to Ghana to visit a school where she taught a year ago to see how they were doing. Courtney talked about radical responsibility and the power of being ourselves showing up in our own power. After that, we broke into groups of three to discuss how we can take radical responsibility in our own lives and how we can cultivate the garden of consciousness here on Sunrise Ranch.

January 8, 2020 – Full Service Download

Jane Anetrini and Keahi Ewa focused the Wednesday night gathering by having the group split up into pairs and going through what’s called the Transformational Interview, usually used during Full Self Emergence coaching sessions. After each person acting as interviewer, then as interviewee, the group got back into a large circle and shared some of their insights.

December 18, 2019 – Full Service Download

David Karchere led the Wednesday night service. He asked us to contemplate seven quotations from the Bible that had to do with reciprocity. We then broke into groups of three to discuss the quotations.

December 11, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this service, Keahi Ewa led us in a process to bring spiritual medicine to personal and global issues. Four people sat in the middle of our circle and expressed a desire to be supported in a particular challenge, which could be personal, work-related, social, spiritual, global or political, etc. Another group of people stood around that inner circle, bringing spiritual medicine such as compassion, understanding, courage or strength. The outer circle of people, representing the All That Is, chanted or sang. This process was repeated twice more. Because the people in the inner circles were not on microphone, their challenges and corresponding medicine could not be heard well, and in some cases, not at all.

November 27, 2019 – Full Service Download

Sece Foster facilitated the service this week. The focus was on those people who have had a positive impact on our lives, offering gratitude for them and bringing them into our circle energetically. The evening ended with community members singing “Thank You For This Day” by Karen Drucker; most everyone picked up a percussion instrument to accompany the Sunrise “band.”

November 20, 2019 – Full Service Download

Oren Yakovee and Carolyn Gruchy led the Wednesday night service this week. Carolyn led us in the Form Reality Practice, as taught by Bernie Pryor. After that, we did a mingling exercise in which we walked around the room randomly, then stopped in front of a person and said something like, “I see you. I honor the divine in you.” The other person would accept that greeting and return it in their own words. After that, we went into listening pairs to discuss what new insights we are opening to around what purity of heart is allowing us to see. We ended the evening with a chant, which was not recorded.

November 13, 2019 – Full Service Download

For this gathering, Uma Faith led us in a guided meditation and then had the group break up into pairs to discuss our community—how we can show up in community and what gifts we can bring to the community to make it stronger. After that, individuals in the group offered their visions and wisdom about those ideas into the circle.

November 6, 2019 – Full Service Download

In this evening’s gathering, we were asked, What is it that is wanting to express itself in you, and what is holding you back from being the full expression of your being?

October 30, 2019 – Full Service Download

Spiritual Director David Karchere introduced this Wednesday night service topic by talking about Uranda’s idea of us as God beings and the love and truth that we radiate in that capacity. He noted that this power can be experienced together as we co-create our reality. As we sat in a large circle, David invited us to comment on this idea.

October 23, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this gathering, Jane Anetrini had us break up into small groups and share with our group an experience of a shrine. The exercise continued with more questions, such as how Sunrise Ranch might be developed as a shrine or holy place and what we, as individuals, might do to nurture it. The individual group conversations couldn’t be recorded, but we ended as a large group in a circle sharing some of the insights that arose in our discussions, and those comments were recorded.

October 16, 2019 – Full Service Download

Diana de Winton – A Living Shrine that Draws People Download

Uma Faith – The Preciousness of Our Relationships Download

Jane Anetrini – I Want to Do This With You Download

David Karchere – Today is the Day Download

October 9, 2019 – Full Service Download

Spiritual Director David Karchere opened the service with the situation of the Kurdish people in Syria who have been fighting terrorists, particularly ISIS, with the help of American forces. Since President Trump decided to withdraw American forces from that area, those Kurds have been left vulnerable. David invited us to think about the words we use and the part they play in creating good governance, here in the U.S., on Sunrise Ranch and abroad. At the end of the service, four people sat in the center of the circle, representing the Kurds, and the community chanted around them; that part of the service was not recorded.

October 2, 2019 – Full Service Download

With several international trustees and servers visiting the Ranch this week, Jane Anetrini began our service asking, “How have you brought your light into the world today?” We sat in a circle, and many in the room answered that question.

September 25, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this service, Spiritual Director David Karchere talked about self-help remedies, first in the legal sense and then in a spiritual sense. He asked us if we’d like to share our own self-help remedies—what we do to bring ourselves back to a place of spiritual centeredness.

September 18, 2019 – Full Service Download

For this gathering, we sat in a circle, and Jane Anetrini noted that the trustees and the international servers gathering is about to take place, and that we have a part to play in holding an atmosphere for these gatherings. She asked what gift we could bring to assist the greatest possible container for the work and for the atmosphere at Sunrise for the coming year, and we went around the room saying a word or two, naming our gifts. She also noted we’re celebrating the birth of this ministry, September 16, 1932. (This part of the service was off mic, so it is not part of the recording.) Afterward, we participated in a chant. Keahi Ewa read a piece from the Pulse of Spirit and reflected on it, then asked others in the room to share their thoughts on the reading.

September 11, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this service, Director of Operations Keahi Ewa led us in a practice of sharing words that we would have liked to hear at a time when we may have been struggling, to create a space of safety, upliftment and encouragement.

September 4, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jane Anetrini began this service by reading an excerpt from The Pulse of Spirit and commenting on it. She invited others to come up and comment on that part, as well. Afterward, others in the audience came up to read more excerpts and comment on them.

August 28, 2019 – Full Service Download

For this service, we sat in a circle. David Karchere shared an early version of a song he’s collaborating on with musician and Evolutionary Leader Kristin Hoffman. It’s an anthem for the children of the world, particularly the children being held in detention camps in the U.S. Afterward, we shared our ideas about power—what it is, what it means to us, and how it can be used for good in the world. We ended the service with a chant.

August 21, 2019 – Full Service Download

We started this service by getting into a large circle. David Karchere asked if four people would like to be the recipients of the full group’s energetic focus. Four people made their way to the center, then 10 people around them, and the rest of the group around those two inner circles. We all chanted, sending that energy to the center. After that, David asked us to talk about how creativity was manifesting in our lives today. Several people contributed to that discussion.

August 14, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this service, we sat in a large circle, and David Karchere led an open discussion about spirituality and around spiritual words such as “God” and “Heaven,” etc. There was some technical difficulty in recording, and those who paused in speaking or who spoke too softly weren’t fully recorded.

August 7, 2019 – Full Service Download

The Seventh Annual ARISE Music Festival took place over the weekend, August 2-4, and during this Wednesday night service, we sat in a large circle, and Spiritual Director David Karchere asked us to recall a highlight from the festival.

July 31, 2019 – Full Service Download

Courtney Bohlman – Standing Together, Empowering Each Other Download

Keahi Ewa – How Are You Really? Download

Uma Faith – Pointing Back to Joy Download

Jane Anetrini – Start the Day with ‘I Wonder’ Download

July 17, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this gathering, we had four brief speakers, then, for the second half of the service, got into small groups while Keahi Ewa led us in an exercise to explore taking intelligent action.

Courtney Herrera – What is Mine to Do? Download

Courtney Bohlman – Intention Plus Intelligent Action Download

Ashley Gardner – Intelligent Spiritual Action Download

Karen Boyett – Using our Energy Skillfully Download

July 10, 2019 – Full Service Download

Diana de Winton – Being Interested in You Download

Karen Boyett – Having Faith in Each Other Download

Jane Anetrini – We Are Powerful Beings Download

David Karchere – How We Play in the Space Download

July 3, 2019 – Full Service Download

Karen Pritchard – What If God Was Next to You? Download

Bob Ewing – Passion for Truth Download

David Karchere – Truth Matters Download

June 26, 2019 – Full Service Download

Melissa Jacobs – Leaders and Followers Download

Deana Medina – We Teach Each Other Download

Rachel Morrison – Legacy and Legend Download

Atom Terpening – Let Hurt Open You Up Download

Jane Anetrini – Singing Our Song Download

June 19, 2019 – Full Service Download

Bruce Campbell – Stories of Grace and Forgiveness Download

Bob Ewing – The Creator Being Inside Us Download

Jane Anetrini – I Am Designed for This Download

Gary Goodhue – ‘If’ by Rudyard Kipling Download

David Karchere – Serving and Enjoying the Feast Download

June 12, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this service, David Karchere shared highlights and photos from a trip he took with Karen Pritchard and Courtney Bohlman to the Riverdell community in Australia.

June 5, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this service, Jane Anetrini asked us to break into small groups. We were asked to each share one thing we did that day that was a gift to someone; it didn’t need to be big, but it needed to be something we uniquely could give in that moment and needed to be complementary to the situation. After we each shared that gift given, two or three people in the small group could share how that person has been a gift to them anytime in the past. After about a half-hour, we gathered into a large circle, and Jane called on people one at a time and asked five people to stand and say a word about that person, having us practice receiving appreciation from others. Unfortunately, because people were off-mic, the sound quality is not great during the ceremony.

May 29, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jerry Kvasnicka – Bringing a Blessing Constantly Download

Rachel Morrison – Breathe in Spirit, Breathe out Blessing Download

Diana de Winton – The Flow of Blessing Download

Jane Anetrini – The Ecstacy of Being Alive Download

May 22, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this service, we sat in a circle and were asked us to name a situation that we’re dealing with in which there is separation and how we are finding oneness, a softening of the heart in that situation. At the end of the service, David Karchere led us in a chant in which we had four people in the center who were “ready to receive,” ten people around them who felt they could be a spiritual conduit or channel, and the rest of the participants around the two concentric circles who would open up to the source, bringing a spirit of uplifting peace.

May 15, 2019 – Full Service Download

For this gathering, Jane Anetrini asked us to name someone—a teacher or a relative—who helped us to love something about ourselves. We sat in a circle and passed the mic around; each person had two to three minutes to talk about that person or situation.

May 8, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jerry Kvasnicka – Maintaining Faith in the Divine Download

Bob Ewing – Love of Serving Download

Gary Goodhue – Responding Instead of Reacting Download

Jane Anetrini – Holding Space for Someone in Crisis Download

May 1, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jane Anetrini – What is My Real Vocation? Download

Unfortunately, this service had some technical difficulties, with recorded music being played on top of the people speaking until about half-way through the service. (It couldn’t be heard in the room, but was nevertheless recorded over those speaking.) Thus, only Jane’s talk was edited for the web.

April 24, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jerry Kvasnicka – We Are Here to Bless Download

JJ Johnson – Being a Light for Others Download

Oren Yakovee – Living from Identity—I Am Download

Jane Anetrini – The Blessing You Are Download

April 17, 2019 – Full Service Download

At the beginning of this service, with all of us seated in a circle, Jane Anetrini asked us to complete one of the two following sentences: “What’s being activated in me is … ,” or, “What is passing away from me is … .” During a second round, Jane asked us to name a gift we have to give that we would like to magnify. We went around the room and responded. After that, Bob Ewing, Gary Goodhue, Uma Faith and Jane offered short talks around these ideas.

April 10, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jewel Wensel and Catherine Munk – Gayatri Mantra Download

Gary Goodhue – How Does One Honor a Life? Download

Jane Anetrini – What Just Happened? Download

Uma Faith and Connie Baxter Marlow Share Stories of Barbara Download

April 3, 2019 – Full Service Download

March 27, 2019 – Full Service Download

March 20, 2019 – Full Service Download

Courtney Bohlman – What Was I Doing in Ghana? Download

Gary Goodhue – The Equinox – Happy New Year! Download

Lana Roach – Altar for the Equinox Ceremony Download

February 27, 2019 – Full Service Download

Angelica Cooper – Christ Consciousness in Every Word, Thought and Deed Download

Keahi Ewa – Perspectives, Patience, Silence Download

Dorian Black – Weighing Different Perspectives Download

Atom Terpening – Surrender: Letting Go with Effort Download

Jane Anetrini – The Evolutionary Impulse Download

February 20, 2019 – Full Service Download

Gary Goodhue – How We Approach Things Download

Uma Faith – Allowing Your Heart to Break Wide Open Download

Jane Anetrini – Life Conspired for Me Download

David Karchere – The Urge of Evolution Download

February 13, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jerry Kvasnicka – “Almost Like Being in Love” Download

Atom Terpening – Meditation: A Being Experiment Download

Dorian Black – A Recipe for Grace Download

Bob Ewing – Here to Blossom Together Download

Jane Anetrini – Release Into Grace Download

February 6, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jane Anetrini and Barbara Marx Hubbard facilitated this evening service in a group discussion about appreciation. We sat in a circle in the Rimrock Room, and took time appreciating a person next to or near to us, then shared our experiences of appreciating and of being appreciated.

January 30, 2019 – Full Service Download

During this service, David Karchere and Barbara Marx Hubbard facilitated a group discussion about loneliness. It was a rich and deep discussion, and many in the circle spoke about their experiences, while Barbara dug for a learning for the group.

January 23, 2019 – Full Service Download

Rachel Morrison – Releasing Unnecessary Layers Download

Catherine Munk – Bringing the Inside Out Download

Bob Ewing – Meanwhile, Life is Happening Download

Uma Faith – We Forget That We are Free Download

Jane Anetrini – That Which Builds the Wall Loves the Wall Download

January 9, 2019 – Full Service Download

Jerry Kvasnicka: The Whole World in Our Hands Download

Bexx Biehl: Staying Connected Download

Gary Goodhue: Showing Up as Love Download

Atom Terpening: Sweet Spot of Caring Download

Jane Anetrini: Caring Without Self-Sabotage Download

January 2, 2019 – Full Service Download

The speakers worked off of Uma Faith’s talk Sunday: Six Tools for Entering the Golden Age. Soma Hunter spoke on Acceptance and Patience. Sece Foster spoke on Assurance. David Gardner talked about Peace. Atom Terpening spoke on Joy. Gary Goodhue talked about Vision. Rachel Morrison talked about a Generous Loving Spirit. Others from the community added their thoughts to each topic, and Jane Anetrini wrapped up the night.

December 26, 2018 – Full Service Download

It was a small group for service the night after Christmas. Jerry Kvasnicka started us off with a song: “What Are You Doing Christmas Eve?” We sat in a circle and were asked us to bring to the group what was on our hearts. After that, Keahi Ewa led us in a short exercise to help us hold one another’s burdens, especially about what’s going on in the world (there were some spaces where a mic wasn’t used, so those parts were not recorded). Then those who had personal challenges were invited to share so that the group could help hold space for them. It was a warm and personal service.

December 5, 2018 – Full Service Download

There were a number of speakers during this service, facilitated by Gary Goodhue; because their talks were relatively short, we haven’t divided them up into separate recordings. Participants included Jerry Kvasnicka, singing “Smile”; Atom Terpening, on A Thousand Points of Light; Catherine Munk, on Surrender and Humility; Keahi Ewa, on Seeing Through to the Angel; Miranda Clendenning, on A Bigger Faith; Sece Foster, inviting us to Be Seekers; Gary Goodhue, saying Surrender Leads to Freedom; Soma Hunter, on Purity of Heart; Ashley Gardner, on Being a Student for Life; and Connie Baxter Marlow, declaring There is Only Love.

November 7, 2018 – Full Service Download

11-7 Miranda Clendenning – Give Your Presence Download

11-7 Sece Foster – Serving Others Download

11-7 Uma Faith – Be With the Rawness of Life Download

11-7 Jane Anetrini – Holding Space for Others Download

October 31, 2018 – Full Service Download

10-31 Atom Terpening – Practicing Presence Download

10-31 Jerry Kvasnicka – Gnosticism and Pure Consciousness Download

10-31 Bexx Biehl – Under the Costumes Download

10-31 Gary Goodhue – Direct Connection to Divinity Download

10-31 Bob Ewing – Giving to the Whole Download

10-31 Uma Faith – Our Own Knowing Download

October 24, 2018 – Full Service Download

This service was not broken into individual contributors. We met in the Dome, sitting in a circle on the stage and started with a chant. Then those in attendance were invited to speak about the topic of practicing living from our own creative spirit.

October 17, 2018 – Full Service Download

This service was not broken into individual contributors. Director of Sunrise Ranch Ministry Jane Anetrini opened the service, Spiritual Director David Karchere spoke for about 30 minutes, and then the microphone was passed around to those who felt led to speak. They included (in order) Barbara Marx Hubbard, Bob Ewing, Angelica Cooper, Soma Hunter, Katie Garnett, Courtney Herrera, JJ Johnson, Sece Foster, Jerry Kvasnicka and Gary Goodhue. Jane Anetrini and David Karchere closed the service.

October 10, 2018 – Full Service Download

10-10 Jane Anetrini – Shout From the Heart Download

10-10 Courtney Herrera – Loving Everybody All the Time Download

10-10 Hugh Duff – Using Care with Our Words Download

10-10 Karen Boyett – Voicing Our Hearts Download

10-10 David Karchere – Spiritual Communion Download

September 26, 2018 – Full Service Download

9-26 Catherine Munk – Meditation with Peace Mudra Download

9-26 Pat Campbell – Looking for Beauty with Gratitude Download

9-26 Uma Faith – Peace, Gratitude and Abundance Download

9-26 Sece Foster – What’s the Worst that Could Happen? Download

9-26 Jane Anetrini – Peace Within Download

September 19, 2018 – Full Service Download

9-19 JJ Johnson – The Magic of Grace Download

9-19 Uma Faith – How Can I Bring More of Me? Download

9-19 Rachel Morrison – The Suncross: A Stargate Download

9-19 Gary Goodhue – For Giving and For Getting Download

9-19 Jane Anetrini – Being Spiritually Constipated Download

September 5, 2018 – Full Service Download

9-5 Katie Garnett – ‘Dangerous Prayer’ Download

9-5 Rachel Morrison – A Chance at Life Download

9-5 Jerry Kvasnicka – Knowing vs Knowing About Download

9-5 Gary Goodhue – Prayer and Showing Up from the Highest Who Download

9-5 Jane Anetrini – Wildness is Our Nature Download

August 29, 2018:

There is no recording for this service. We gathered in a circle, then had a milling exercise of offering appreciation for the people we “bumped into.”

August 22, 2018 – Full Service Download

8-22 Melissa Jacobs – Heavenly Seeds from a Bush Download

8-22 Geoff Homma – Not All Seeds Grow Download

8-22 Rachel Morrison – Tap Into the Super Power Download

8-22 Keahi Ewa – It All Serves the Mission Download

8-Jane Anetrini – Love No Matter What Download

August 15, 2018 – Full Service Download

8-15 Bob Ewing – How Do We Create? Download

8-15 Dorian Black – Artistry Requires Work Download

8-15 Kimberly Foster – Redemption and Love Download

8-15 – Sece Foster – Spreading Seeds of Love Download

8-15 – Jane Anetrini – Be Still to Know Creative Juice Download

August 8, 2018 – Full Service Download

(There were no individual speakers on this evening; we formed a circle, and most of us participated. We celebrated individuals and groups caught in the act of being great during the ARISE Festival over the past weekend.)

August 1, 2018 – Full Service Download

8-1 Rachel Morrison – Radical Vulnerability Download

8-1 Atom Terpening – Meet the Mystery Download

8-1 Gary Goodhue – Being Open Download

8-1 Jane Anetrini – Be Passionate and Clear Download

July 25, 2018 — Full Service Download

7/25 Jerry Kvasnicka – Blowing Your Pneumaplasm Download

July 25, 2018 — Full Service Download

7/25 Jerry Kvasnicka – Blowing Your Pneumaplasm Download

7/25 Gary Goodhue – Managing Pneumaplasm Download

7-25 Jane Anetrini – Orientation to Love Download

7/25 David Karchere – Models of Leadership Download

July 11, 2018 — Full Service Download

7/11 Jerry Kvasnicka – Song, “Street of Dreams” Download

7/11 Atom Terpening – Making Friends with Inner Voice Download

7/11 Geoff Homma – Stepping into the New Download

7/11 Gary Goodhue – Inside-Out Game Download

7/11 Jane Anetrini – Helping Others Become Free Download

June 27, 2018 — Full Service Download

6/27: Karen Boyett – Lessons from Chronic Illness Download

6/27: Miranda Clendenning – Being Reborn as Often as Necessary Download

6/27: Gary Goodhue – Holding the State We Want to Hold Download

6/27: Jane Anetrini – Being Centered in Yourself Download

June 20, 2018 — Full Service Download

(There were several individual speakers on this evening, with lots of participation from those in the room; unfortunately, the audience members were not miked.)

June 13, 2018 — Full Service Download

6/13: Jewel Wensel – Making a New Choice Download

6/13: Bruce Campbell – Fertilizer to Flowers Download

6/13: Uma Faith – Changing Our Trajectory Download

6/13: David Karchere – Trajectory – Our Life Path Download

June 6, 2018 — Full Service Download

(There were no individual speakers on this evening; we formed a circle, and most of us participated. Apologies for the poor audio quality.)

May 30, 2018 — Full Service Download

5/30: David Karchere – The Truth of Who We Are Download

5/30: Uma Faith – What Are We Modeling? Download

5/30: Jane Anetrini – Magic in Design & Control Download

May 23, 2018 — Full Service Download

5/23: David Karchere – Invitation for New Servers Download

5/23: Rachel Morrison – Seeing the Miracles Happening Download

5/23: JJ Johnson – From the Inside Out Download

5/23: Gary Goodhue – Being Willing to Knock, Walk Through Download

5/23: David Karchere – Something Magical is Invoked Download

May 16, 2018 — Full Service Download

5/16: Soma Hunter – There is Beauty in the Silence Download

5/16: Keahi Ewa – Practical Spirituality Download

5/16: Jerry Kvasnicka – Primal Spirituality Substance Download

5/16: Jane Anetrini – Changes in Life Plans Download

May 9, 2018 — Full Service Download

(There were no individual speakers on this evening; it was a small group, and everyone participated.)

May 2, 2018 — Full Service Download

5/2: Angelica Cooper reads from Seven Steps – Assurance Download

5/2: Diana de Winton – Tools We Have Available Download

5/2: Atom Terpening – Grace in Misfortune Download

5/2: Katie Garnett – Fear, the Mind Killer.mp3 Download

5/2: Uma Faith – Remembering Times of Grace Download

5/2: Roshana Ariel – Putting It in Our Own Words Download

5/2: Jerry Kvasnicka – A Basket of Adorables Download

5/2: Dorian Black – It All Works Out Download

5/2: Courtney Herrera – Falling Through the Ice Download

April 25, 2018 — Full Service Download

4/25: Carolyn Gruchy – Our Culture in Community Download

4/25: JJ Johnson – Seeing God in Others Download

4/25: Diana de Winton – Taking Advantage of Opportunities Download

4/25: Jane Anetrini – We are the Creators of Culture Download

April 18, 2018 — Full Service Download

4/18: Carolyn Gruchy – Experiencing the Preciousness of Being Download

4/18: Atom Terpening – Creating a Field of Trust Download

4/18: Jane Anetrini Leads Us in a Centering Practice Download

April 11, 2018 — Full Service Download

4/11: Jerry Kvasnicka – Blessing the World Download

4/11: Gary Goodhue – Secret Service Love-Radiating Multi-Bombs Download

4/11: Jane Anetrini – This is Who I Am, and This is What I Do Download

April 4, 2018 — Full Service

4/4: Jerry Kvasnicka – A Certain Smile

4/4: Dorian Black – Taking Things as They Come

4/4: Ruth Buckingham – Life “Lifing”

4/4: Phil Richardson – What is the Problem?

4/4: Gary Goodhue – What is Reality?

4/4: Jane Anetrini – Being Yourself

March 28, 2018 — Full Service

3/28: Atom Terpening

3/28: Diana de Winton

3/28: Dorian Black

3/28: Keahi Ewa

3/28: Jane Anetrini

December 20, 2017 — Full Service

12/20: Jerry Kvasnicka sings “Mary’s Boy Child”

12/20: Gary Goodhue

12/20: Uma Faith