Money, Money, Money

“Money, money, money. money … It’s a Drag,” according to Pink Floyd. Or is it? Come join us for an exploration of money and spirituality. Let’s reflect on, and challenge our beliefs about money and spirituality. We will examine our “wealth wounds”, “secrets” of true wealth, and charitable giving.

Coordinator: Kelvin Seifert

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Money, Money, Money

May 22, 2022

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Centering Thought

Often in our emotional, spiritual, and financial economy, the problem is that we adopt a view of scarcity rather than abundance. We fear we will not have enough money, insight, or even love to share with others.

~ Chris Seay

Centering Music

Come, Come, Whoever You Are, sung by Lynn Adair Ungar


Kelvin Seifert

Gathering Hymn

121, We’ll Build a Land

Chalice Lighting and Opening Words

Read by Kelvin Seifert

I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do, or any kindness or abilities that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.

~ William Penn


Love Is the Spirit, music by P.J. Buchan

Sharing and Caring

Barbara Fuller

Unison Words

We set aside this time of quiet to listen to the spirits of others, to create a space for them within our own hearts, that they might feel the power of our attention and the strength of our love. Such is the gift of our hearts. So may it be.


298, Wake Now My Senses


Kelvin Seifert

Our share-the-plate partner for May is Safe Housing and Directed Empowerment, Inc.


This Is the Sound of One Voice, by the Wailin’ Jennies


Listen: One Voice, by Kelvin Seifert


Money, Money, Money,… by Doug Wasyliw

Closing Hymn

108, My Life Flows on in Endless Song


Kelvin Seifert

Closing Words

If here you have found freedom, read by Doug Wasyliw

Chalice Extinguishing

Doug Wasyliw


Kelvin Seifert, Here Comes the Sun, by George Harrison


Gratitude to all who made this service happen!

  • Leader: Doug Wasyliw
  • Coordinator: Kelvin Seifert
  • Tech Team: Melanie Leslie, Janet Toews, Lorie Battershill, Mel Leslie
  • Sharing and Caring Host: Barbara Fuller
  • Songleading Videos: Paul Rodermond, (former) Acting Music Director and Accompanist, P.J. Buchan, (former) Music Director

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