Standing at the Gateless Gate, Too Drunk on Love to Hesitate

Daniel Bailey

A Service of Compassionate Presence. This morning, together we will enjoy songs and reflections on the power of radical love, culminating in the Compassionate Presence ritual.  How does the power of Love manifest in your life?  How can we collectively use this power to change the world? Daniel Bailey, Service Leader. Sherree Bailey, Worship Associate.

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  • July 12–All Is Welcome Here: Doing Our Work
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  • July 11–All Is Welcome Here: Changing our Stories
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