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Thanks so much for being a part of our community.
“It takes a village!”
In need of prayers for yourself or for a loved one?
Do you know of someone who could use a helping hand or a compassionate heart?
Have you had an urgent need but didn’t know where to turn?
Please Ask! — We’re Here to Help!
Dear Community Members,
Isn’t it a a blessing to be part of community, a group of like-minded souls, working together for the Great White Brotherhood?
When one of us falls on hard times, is ill, or is suffering in some way, it’s comforting to know that community is there for us. Have you ever been in a position where you needed help but did not know where to turn? Did you feel isolated? Did you know how to ask for help or how to inform others of your need?
Have you noticed that someone has not been around at the TC in a while and wondered about them? Did you wonder if they’d appreciate the kindness of a call?
Have you ever been very ill yourself and had to stay home from services, but when you returned, no one even knew you had been sick? Did you wonder if you should have told someone, so they could pray for you?
The joy of being a member of community is knowing that there are resources available to us, and that our fellow community members care.
There Are Resources Available – No Need to Suffer Alone
- The TC has a community phone list that you can consult, if necessary, when you wish to call a fellow community member. You can find a copy at the TC — or if you wish, you can call our Sunshine Angel instead.
- Dedicated to being a listening ear, our Sunshine Angel is here for you. You can ask her about a person who hasn’t been around or you can tell the Sunshine Angel about your own situation. Perhaps, you know of someone who might enjoy a call or a visit. Or you want to share information about a community member who achieved a significant achievement, or you want to seek out information on community resources that are best for yourself or others.
- Our Sunshine Angel is Hildegard, a member of our St. Francis Helping Angels team, and she can be reached at SunshineAngel@bozemantc.org.
- Did you know that you can send a prayer request to our special Prayer Team so that this confidential team of community members can pray for you? They are waiting for your requests. Here’s the Bozeman Prayer Team Request Form – Click Here!
- You can also let a board member know of your infirmity or your need. You can contact the board at email@example.com.
- There is a community bulletin board located in our TC kitchen. Are you aware that there are many members in our community who are professionals in the health or services industries? On the bulletin board, you can find community members’ professional flyers and business cards.
- Sometimes being present with fellow community members satisfies a need to talk with people who share our common values. Every week, around 12:30, after the Sunday service, we all partake of a light meal together. Such fellowship is so heartwarming and uplifting, providing a lifeline to community. It’s also a fun way to get to know each other on a more personal level.
At times all of us fall on misfortune and need help. But aren’t we a community of compassionate and pure hearts? Let’s be sure that we extend our hearts and our hands to our fellow community members who need temporary assistance.
“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
‘Community’ Matters — Yes, it does!
Without all of us working together, the links in the chain of community, the antahkarana, become broken.
“…My experience has taught me that the community is the most important thing in my life. Without The Summit Lighthouse on this planet, life here would not be worth living….Community challenges us to master the interaction of spiritual-material energies….
Wherever the chelas are, the community exists, but unless the chelas and the guru are together in one place, there is not a duplicate of the Great Central Sun Magnet to hold the balance for the earth….
Today I was contemplating the mystery of community, and I knew in my heart that along with Mother Mary’s teaching on the birth of the Manchild, the next important step was to form the cradle in which to place the Manchild.”
“Community: a journey to the heart of spiritual community” by Elizabeth Clare Prophet
Needing Help is Not a Bad Thing
Here is another thought to contemplate: needing help, and seeking it, does not mean we are spiritually lacking or are bad people. We are all balancing karma — personal, as well as planetary.
“No man is an island.” Thank God for community that helps to sustain us and helps to keep us on the path.
“I want you to feel better about yourself and who you are, knowing that some of that which you did bear you did so voluntarily in Christ’s name for your love of him, your love of me and your desire to bear some of the weight of planetary burden.”
Pearls of Wisdom, Vol 35.
Helping Angels to the Rescue — For Our Seniors and Others in Need
If you know of someone who requires a caring heart or hand, did you know that you can contact the team that is dedicated to helping meet the physical needs of our community members in emergency situations? They are the St. Francis Helping Angels.
The St. Francis Helping Angels have even compiled for us a community resource list of helpful agencies in the Bozeman area. Below is the list* that they compiled.
Click on the links below to access the webpages.“
- “I AM my Brother’s Keeper”
- Community Resources
- Resources for the Homeless and Hungry
- Wills and Legacy Documents
- Bozeman Mental Health Resources
- Churches United to Help the Homeless and the Needy
- Financial Assistance From the Summit Lighthouse
- Financial Assistance for Cremation/Burial Services
- A White Paper on the Disease of Cancer
- Important Information for Seniors – Hospital Stays
*You have to be a member of the BCTC website to view these documents. Sign Up! It’s Free!
What Have We Discovered About the Value of Community?
And so back to our original questions.
Are you in need of prayers for yourself or for a loved one?
Do you know of someone who could use a helping hand or a compassionate heart?
Have you had an urgent need but didn’t know where to turn?
You Now Know How to Ask!
Please Ask — We’re Here to Help!
Thanks for Reading!
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Have you thought about how you can help build our community by engaging your passion and talents in service.
What is your passion?
Take a look below at the current service needs. Surely you can see yourself in one of these positions. 🙂
Even an hour a week would be helpful. Yes, it would!
Want to volunteer for position?
Or do you need more information about what a position entails? Contact: Roger@BozemanTC.org
Meditation Group Leader – Setup and facilitate monthly or bi-monthly tea and meditation practice sessions. No experience necessary, only an interest in meditation.
Greeter(s)/Usher(s) – Greet service attendees on Sundays and other special occasions. May include arranging song/decree books, printing off inserts, communion basket holding, collecting gratitude-offerings.
AV Operator Trainee – Help run the AV equipment for services broadcast from KAC and other locations. This position does not include live services. (Training will be provided.)
Assistant Chef – Plan and prepare a lunch (with helpers) once a month. Position includes clean up. (Youth and KLF are encouraged to apply.)
Astrology Advisor – Provide the board with updates, as needed.
Marketing Professional – Establish a marketing strategy for outreach and inreach for the TC.
Teen Program Facilitator– Provide an adult-presence for a program in which teens run a program for themselves. Help maintain a safe, fun way for teens to connect with other youth in the community. Help our teens to find community mentors to learn how to serve in various capacities within the community according to their interests.
Youth Events Director – Work with Youth to come up with events of interest to them.
Sunday School Program Coordinator – Coordinate and run a program whereby the youth in our community learn about the Bible and the ascended master teachings. Can include teaching, if desired. Skills: love of children. (For children in our community who are too old for Mother Mary’s Way and too young for the Teen Program.)
Flower and Plant Arranger – Tend the inside plants at the TC and occasionally decorate the TC with floral arrangements. (Coordinates efforts with the Interior Decorating Team)
Altar Maintenance Assistant – Help keep the altars clean and organized according to ascended master standards and guidelines. (Training Provided)
Interior Decorating Team Member – Assist Interior Decorating Team members with the interior beauty of the TC, with decorating decisions, and purchases
Inside Building Maintenance Engineer(s) – Help with on-site management, maintenance and small tasks around the TC.
Community Garden Coordinator – Facilitate a group of volunteers to work an organic, farm-to-table, volunteer garden.
Assistant Groundskeeper – Volunteer opportunity for yard work, during the snow free months. Sweep, prune, pickup, cut, clean up all involved.
Outside Building Maintenance Engineer(s) – Help with on-site management, maintenance and small tasks around the grounds. Sprinkler maintenance included.
Assistant Seminar Coordinator – Assist with seminar planning, advertising, registration, and set up. Skills needed: Computer skills and a willingness to help out anywhere.
Community Events Coordinator – Skill organizing weddings, dances, and other events within our community and or for the outer community.
Outreach Director – Direct and challenge the outreach team with ideas of how to establish an ongoing outreach program within the Bozeman greater community to enlighten non-church members on the teachings of the ascended masters.
Editor/Proofer – Assist the board with editing for newsletters, website, emails, etc.
Recordkeeper – Organize and maintain confidential and important records.
Bookstore Inventory Control & Display – Assist in recordkeeping, inventory decisions, and bookstore set-up. (Skill: Organizational skills and an eye for creative display.)
Library Assistant – Help with library organization, check out, and fundraising sales.
MeetUp with Us! – Join the Bozeman Spiritual Seekers for our next MeetUp on August 11 at the Bozeman Community Teaching Center. We will be discussing the miracle action of the violet flame. Go to Bozeman Spiritual Seekers Meet Up and sign up. Hope to see you there!
The Secret of the Violet Flame
A ray of sunlight passing through a prism is refracted into the seven colors of the rainbow. The same is true of a ray of spiritual light. When spiritual light is refracted, it manifests as seven rays, each with a specific color. The violet ray is the seventh of these rays, the ray of the Holy Spirit.
Those who have developed their spiritual vision are actually able to see this ray of violet light, but it was not until the twentieth century that this once-secret knowledge was revealed by the Hierarch of the Aquarian Age, Saint Germain. And now it is available to the masses thanks to this beloved master.
To learn more about the secrets behind the violet flame, the Aquarian Age, and Saint Germain, the fascinating “Wonderman of Europe”, click the picture “More About the Secret of the Violet Flame.”
What Can the Violet Flame Do For Me?
The violet flame is a high frequency spiritual energy that cleans up and transmutes your negative karma and works wonders healing body, mind and soul! It causes your electrons to spin at a higher vibratory rate, and can be invoked to perform its miracles by prayer.
This action of transformation is an especially important action as it acts like a cosmic eraser, erasing, removing or mitigating the causes of any illness and of world situations. As the cosmic eraser, it can erase the effects, the memory, and the cause of karma in your life.
You can invoke the violet flame by the giving of decrees. Decrees are a type of prayer action that are spoken at a fast pace, and given by those who study the Teachings of the Ascended Masters®. No problem is too insignificant or too big for you to tackle through this kind of prayer action with the violet flame.
The Violet Flame Consumer!
The violet flame is a consuming flame, consuming all that is put into it for transmutation to a higher frequency. Watch the video below for a visual of how it works.
C’mon! Take the Violet Flame Challenge!
Try your own experiment with the violet flame.
15-minutes a day is all it takes. Use these simple, yet profound, techniques, to heal body, mind, and soul. To transform your world, all you have to do is give a violet flame prayer for a mere 15-minutes a day for 30 days.
What People Are Saying About the 30-Day Violet Flame Challenge!
“Since I was scientifically oriented, this challenge to experiment with the violet flame was just what I needed…. To my amazement, old habits just melted away with no effort. Without the violet flame, I am sure that quitting those habits would have been a major struggle.”
“I have since found again and again that Saint Germain and all of heaven truly do await our petitions and prayers and calls, and that they are always answered according to God’s will and wisdom if we will just ask and accept it made manifest. Try it!”
Want to know how you can take this challenge?
Click the picture “Take the 30-Day Violet Flame Challenge.”
Do you have a question about the violet flame? A story to tell us?
Contact us. 🙂
got violet flame?
Information used with permission by The Summit Lighthouse®. The Summit Lighthouse® and Teachings of the Ascended Masters® are trademarks registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and in other countries. All rights to their use are reserved.
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Friends of Freedom,
Please watch this promotional video on the events from June 29 to July 4, 2016 at the Royal Teton Ranch of The Summit Lighthouse®. If you are inspired to be present, see the registration information below. See you there!
How to Register
To register please download and fill out the registration forms. If you wish to volunteer during the summer events, please download and complete the Volunteer form as well as the registration form. Once completed, send your forms by email, fax or mail.
- Plan your lodging.
- Plan for your meals.
- Have your travel itinerary at hand (arrival and departure dates, times and flight information).
- Have your credit card ready.
This will help us to quickly record your registration and to answer questions.
The Summit Lighthouse
63 Summit Way, Gardiner, MT 59030-9314 USA
ON-SITE REGISTRATION OPENS TUESDAY, JUNE 28, AT 9:00 A.M.
Cancellations will be processed minus a $50 fee through Tuesday, June 28.
Internet Broadcast Registration
The main conference sessions will be broadcast via the Internet. Some on-site program content will not be broadcast. For an Internet connection in your home, please contact conference registration: 1-800-245-5445, +1 406-848-9500 or Registration@TSL.org
Registration required by Friday, June 24
- $25/day through Monday, June 6
- $30/day thereafter
Study group or teaching center connection
- $35/day through Monday, June 6
- $46/day thereafter
To arrange attendance at your local center or group, please contact them.
Copyright © 2016 Summit Publications, Inc. All rights reserved.
Amazon will donate 0.5% to the Bozeman Community Teaching Center when you shop with them online. Such a deal! 🙂
By using smile.amazon.com, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the Bozeman Community Teaching Center. All you have to do is indicate the Bozeman Community Teaching Center as the charity of your choice. It will come up as [Church Universal & Triumphant, Bozeman location].
What is AmazonSmile?
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Bozeman Community Teaching Center every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to the Bozeman Community Teaching Center.
How do I shop at AmazonSmile?
To shop at AmazonSmile simply go to smile.amazon.com from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. You may also want to add a bookmark to smile.amazon.com to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at AmazonSmile.
Which products on AmazonSmile are eligible for charitable donations?
Tens of millions of products on AmazonSmile are eligible for donations. You will see eligible products marked “Eligible for AmazonSmile donation” on their product detail pages. Recurring Subscribe-and-Save purchases and subscription renewals are not currently eligible.
Can I use my existing Amazon.com account on AmazonSmile?
Yes, you use the same account on Amazon.com and AmazonSmile. Your shopping cart, Wish List, wedding or baby registry, and other account settings are also the same.
How do I select a charitable organization to support when shopping on AmazonSmile?
On your first visit to AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), you need to select a charitable organization to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation. In the search box, type in Bozeman Community Teaching Center. It will come up as Church Universal and Triumphant, Bozeman Location.
Can I change my charity?
Yes, you can change your charity any time. Your AmazonSmile purchases after the change count towards your newly selected charity. To change your charity, sign in to smile.amazon.com on your desktop or mobile phone browser and simply select “Change your Charity” in “Your Account.”
What charities can I choose from?
You can choose from almost one million eligible 501(c)(3) public charitable organizations, but we hope you will choose the Bozeman Community Teaching Center.
What if my selected charity does not register to participate in the AmazonSmile program or becomes ineligible?
If an organization does not register to participate or becomes ineligible, you will have a chance to select a different organization and we will reallocate the donations accrued to other organizations receiving donations.
How much of my purchase does Amazon donate?
The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases. The purchase price is the amount paid for the item minus any rebates and excluding shipping & handling, gift-wrapping fees, taxes, or service charges.
From time to time, we may offer special, limited time promotions that increase the donation amount on one or more products or services or provide for additional donations to charitable organizations. Special terms and restrictions may apply. Please see the relevant promotion for complete details.
Can I receive a tax deduction for amounts donated from my purchases on AmazonSmile?
Donations are made by the AmazonSmile Foundation and are not tax deductible by you.
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