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25 May

Leadership Council Meeting

GGCSL’s Leadership Council (i.e. our Board of Trustees) consists of four elected officers, the senior minister, and 4-5 leaders in major sacred service areas of the Center: Events, Membership, Education, Stewardship, Visioning and Practitioners.

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25 May

Guided Meditation

Sometimes called guided imagery, with guided meditation you form mental images that support relaxation and receptivity.

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Old tree by water
28 May

Men’s Group Gathering

There will be a men's get together Saturday, May 28 from 3 to 5 p.m.  We will gather at the open space area in Northern San Rafael. 

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29 May

Sunday Celebration

Please join us in person for our Sunday Celebrations at the Ross Valley Masonic Center: 1122 Magnolia Ave, Larkspur, CA 94939

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29 May

Event Team Meeting

You are invited to the monthly Event Team Meeting immediately following Sunday Service.

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29 May

Education Team Meeting

A group of our experienced teachers who are also licensed prayer practitioners at GGCSL meet regularly with Rev. Mary to plan classes, review those that have completed, discuss class policies, and consider new curricula and offerings.

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Dandelion pappi blowing in blue sky background
01 June

Prayer and Meditation Service

The Prayer and Meditation Service is an evening of silent meditation, a brief spiritual nugget of wisdom, prayer requests, and more.

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05 June

Sunday Celebration

Please join us in person for our Sunday Celebrations at the Ross Valley Masonic Center: 1122 Magnolia Ave, Larkspur, CA 94939

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Two men cooking together
05 June

Popular Men’s Brunch Returns

Sunday, June 5th, following the Sunday Celebration. Our men's group has prepared and served marvelous brunches in the past on a quaterly basis.

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Old tree by water
08 June

Taize Service

Our Taize Service brings in the ancient traditions of Taizé–meditation, chanting  and prayer–and combines these with New Thought, contemporary, and Ancient Wisdom teachings and readings.

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