n 1998, Arun Gandhi, the grandson of Mahatma Ghandi, introduced the Season for Nonviolence. These 64 days, observed each year, begin on January 30 and end on April 7—commemorating the assassinations of Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. In California especially, the life work of Cesar Chavez is also honored. The Association for Global New Thought, and many New Thought churches, dedicate this season to promoting peace.
Please join us this Sunday, March 31, as we share the impact that a commitment to nonviolence can have in our individual lives and in our world.
Rev. Carla Comiter with Heartdream, guest musicians.