The Meditation Center will be closed from November 24 - 30 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Classes resume December 2.
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During this holiday season, we take time to honor the spiritual meaning of Hanukkah as we trust in the Light. For this holiday, our logo is depicted as a Hanukkiah, the nine-branched menorah used during the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights.
This holiday honors the biblical story of The Dedication, when one day’s worth of lamp oil miraculously burned for eight days. It is a time for expressing gratitude for the abundance that blesses us every day, and celebrating the freedoms that we can never take for granted. Please take time, no matter your faith background, to find the blessings in spiritual lessons, no matter their origin, because they all contain truth that can inspire us. Happy Hanukkah, and many blessings to you!
Click here to learn more about the Metaphysical meaning of Hanukkah.
Meanwhile, please take a few minutes to explore our center and see what’s in store for you! A great place to start is “What’s Going On” in the menu at the top of the page.
We’ve returned to in-person classes (and still a few on Zoom). If you haven’t been here recently, there are some changes you will want to be aware of before you visit. Click here for everything you need to know about what’s new, what’s changed, and what’s still the same as you always remember it. Thanks for being part of our family! We’re looking forward to seeing you – again!
New Attendance Policy
To avoid disruptions, we ask that you arrive to your class at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time. Late arrivals will no longer be admitted. More details here.
Effective immediately, we are requiring all visitors to wear appropriate face coverings, unless everyone present agrees to do otherwise. We want you to feel safe and comfortable while visiting. Please read our full COVID policy before you visit.