Archive for April, 2010

P S from Reverend Clark:

April 29, 2010

This Saturday is May Day, and I awoke to the news on the radio that Interstate Highway 5 is closed to both ways of traffic due to Snow and Hail! Yesterday we even had snow here on Mt. Hamilton. I think of the snowflakes as magical and crystals of beauty to remind us of our own Light. On this May Day, may you dance in the Light and Love that surrounds us, generated by Mother Nature and the Beings of Light.

Our Annual Meeting will be on May 15th at Vito’s New York Trattoria, 90 Skyport Drive, San Jose, CA. The meeting will begin at 3:00 PM and is open to everyone. A buffet dinner will follow our meeting. We will also be conducting a Silent Auction fundraiser for UCM at the meeting. If you would like to donate an item for our auction, or would like to register for the dinner, which is $30.00, please contact me at 408.370.6519. 

Remember articles and ads for the Summer Issue of the UCM online magazine are due on May 25, 2010.  Articles are to be between 900 – 1000 words.  Please include pictures separately as well as a short bio of yourself with each submission.  Advertisers ¼ PG = $25. ½ PG = $50. ¾ PG = $75. Full page = $100.00. Submit articles and ads to staff@u-c-m.org or reverenddebry@u-c-m.org.

We are part of the Associate Programs offered by both Amazon.com, and Barnes&Noble.com.   

This means when you enter either of these websites through ours, UCM receives a commission on your purchases. Should you need to leave either website before completing your purchase you need to again go through our web site for us to receive the commission.

Submission for A Joyful Noise can be made to http://Safedoti@aol.com or staff@u-c-m.org.

Reverend Sandy Clark

President

Universal Church of the Master

100 W. Rincon Ave. #101

Campbell, CA 95008

408.370.6519

Fax 408.370.6591

www.u-c-m.org

Center for Creative Living

April 29, 2010

All are welcome to Sunday Celebrations at the Center for Creative Living, UCM Charter #801, at 1460 Koll Circle, Suite “C” – services in back. Need directions? Call (408) 392-9090 or visit www.doti.info.  Sunday Celebration is from 10:00 to 11:30am. Dress is casual and Kids are always welcome.

Please join us this Sunday as Rev. Doti discusses The Magic Mirror of Your Soul.  Food, music and community every Sunday at CCL.

Choir Rehearsal 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Everyone is welcome

On May 9th our Mother’s Day service will be conducted by Dr. Ayleen Augustine and accompanied by our CCL Choir. All Mothers will receive a rose and a hug from Rev. Doti.

Thursday Night Classes 7:00pm to 9:00pm

$15. per person or 2 for $25. 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month.

UCM Ministerial credit available.

May 6th A look at Spirituality – from Pagan to Present with

Rev. Anne Corbin and Dr. Ayleen Augustine

Upcoming Center Happenings

(For more info go to www.doti.info)

May 3rd 7:30 to 9:00 – Gentle Yoga with Krishanpriya/Laura Marshall,

Certified Yoga instructor. You will be doing specific asanas (poses) that benefit a part of the back. The Magical Ones are reviewed in each session to round out the practice. Pranayama (Breathing) exercises – and Guided Meditation in every class. FIRST CLASS ALWAYS FREE. Yogadevii09@Yahoo.com

May 4th 6:30 to 8:30 Drumming Circle with Norbeth Granado and Ayleen Augustine and Friends. Bring a drum or share one of ours. Donation.

May 6th 7:00 to 9:00 A Look at Spirituality from Pagan to Present with Rev. Anne Corbin and Dr. Ayleen Augustine.

May 8th 6:00 to 9:30 Celebration Of Motherhood” Dinner & Concert

DINNER (6:00 to 7:15) and CONCERT (7:30 to 9:30) at CCL!

Special $20. for EVENT or $15. for concert and $10. for dinner.

Join us as we Celebrate Mothers. We are honoring all of those women who have raised children whether by birth, adoption or fostering. Those fantastic care givers who work their maternal magic. We will be serving a delicious meal by Rev. Corry Gott, with entertainment by Norbeth Granado (flute, drum and didgeridoo), Rev. Janet Childs, Ronnie Grigsby (vocalists), Dr. Ayleen Augustine, Tymn Urban, Steve Watt, Yvette Spencer, The Dan Zulevic group (music to move your energies) and Norma Hughes (actress and story-teller) and an incredible RAFFLE! Contact CCL (408) 392-900 for tickets or to make a donation. FUNdraiser for CCL and The Healing House.

May 10th 7:30 to 9:00 Gentle Yoga (See Above)

May 12th 7:00 to 9:00 Co-Ed Goddess Workshop with Rev. Anne Corbin and others. Donation

May 13th 7:00 to 8:30 – Druidry with Dr. Ayleen Augustine $5.00

Love and Light,

Rev. Doti Boon

‘When You’re Down to Nothing, God is up to Something’

Joyful Noise

April 29, 2010

U.C.M. Newsletter of Joy, Humor, Laughter, and Inspiration

Editor: Rev. Doti Boon

http://safedoti@aol.com

Vol. 9 pg.17 (04-29-10)

Affirmation

I am one with the Creator

An Introduction to the Magic Mirror of Your Soul

        It is important to be honest with yourself at all times and you will not be dishonest with others. If you seek peace, remember the real peace comes from within. In the modern world we search for means, which will lead us to conscious expansion – the difference between reality and fantasy. – Being and Becoming – is obtained by overcoming your hardships or darkness in order to reach a better life, spiritual light, and growth into the eternal light – the soul fully awakened – the ultimate of spiritual unfoldment.

        The first time you see yourself as others see you, you won’t like it at first. Don’t run for cover. Instead, seek out your true spiritual identity. As you become more in touch with your spiritual light, you will find freedom. Limitations are lifted. You begin to find oneness with creation, the peace within. You will become conscious of the mental union between the seen and unseen.

        You will pass through periods when you feel like you are standing still – as you lift the mystic veil. When you have reached a certain plateau on your climb upwards, you will need to stop for a while and get your bearings before you climb to loftier heights. Always know you are on your right and chosen path. Do not listen to others talking about joining their spiritual journey. Stay on your path.

        You will experience many magnificent things as you experience the knowing within your own soul. With a glimpse of the light that shines through – you will end your “long night of the soul.” You will feel a great surge of joy when you learn to recognize the truth; you are in oneness with God the Creator. When you stop questioning and accept your Divinity you become a part of all that is. And, you will know a bountiful, harmonious, happy and beautiful life as you learn to look into the Magic Mirror of Your Soul and see your true essence. 

The First Parent

           By Bill Cosby

Whenever your kids are out of control, you can take comfort from the thought that even God’s omnipotence did not extend to his kids.

After creating Heaven and Earth, God created Adam and Eve. And the first thing He said to them was: “Don’t.”

“Don’t what?” Adam replied.

“Don’t eat the forbidden fruit.”

“Forbidden fruit? Really? Where is it?”

“It’s over there,” said God, wondering why He hadn’t stopped after making the elephants.

A few minutes later God saw the kids having an apple break and He was angry.

“Didn’t I tell you not to eat that fruit?” the First Parent asked.

“Uh huh,” Adam replied.

“Then why did you?”

“I dunno,” Adam answered.

God’s punishment was that Adam and Eve should have children of their own.

Thus the pattern was set and it has never changed. But there is reassurance in this story.

If you have persistently and lovingly tried to give them wisdom and they haven’t taken it, don’t be hard on yourself.

If God had trouble-handling children, what makes you think it would be a piece of cake for you?

You Know You’ve Turned Into a Mom When…

You automatically double-knot everything you tie.

You find yourself humming the Barney song as you do the dishes.

You hear a baby cry in the grocery store, and you start to gently sway back and forth, back and forth. However, your children are at school!

You actually start to like the smell of strained carrots mixed with applesauce.

You weep through the scene in Dumbo when his mom is taken away, not to mention what Bambi does to you.

You get soooo into crafts you contemplate writing a book called 101 Fun Crafts to do with Dryer Lint and Eggshells.

You spend a half hour searching for your sunglasses only to have your teenager say, “Mom, why don’t you wear the ones you pushed up on your head?”

You are out for a nice romantic meal with your husband, enjoying some real adult conversation, when suddenly you realize that you’ve reached over and started to cut up his steak!

***

The advice your son rejected is now being given by him to your grandson.

***

Working mothers are guinea pigs in a scientific experiment to show that sleep is not necessary to human life.

***

Parents often talk about the younger generations as if they didn’t have anything to do with it.

Reverend April Lussier, B.T.

April 29, 2010

Goddess Spirituality Retreats at Salamander Camp

2010 Dates:  Spring: April 9-11, 1 2010   Fall: Sept 3-5  2010

2011 Dates: Spring: April 15-17, 2011    Fall: Oct 7-9, 2011

Goddess Spirituality Retreats are time of rejuvenation and remembering and connecting with the Divine Feminine.

The retreat includes Sacred Ceremony, Meditation, Movement, Yoga, Healing Ritual, Hiking, Chanting, Drumming, Labyrinth, Sisterhood, Self-care and much more.

 Come celebrate the possibilities of healing and transformation while being held in the loving energy of women and the Great Goddess Mother Earth.

Salamander Camp is less than 10 minutes outside of Los Gatos in the Santa Cruz Mts.

19315 Bear Creek Rd. Los Gatos Ca. Easy, close; yet still a world away! 

Cost $200   all inclusive   (*Payment schedule available)

                                           Arrival: Friday 2-5pm  Depart: Sunday 5pm

$50 deposit required by 2 weeks prior to retreat.  Then a packet of retreat information and directions.    RSVP April  (408) 289-9188 orhttp:// aprillussier@sbcglobal.net

*monthly payment plan can be arranged contact April for details.

Salamander Camp has hot water showers, complete kitchen, wood burning stoves for heat, Futons for sleeping on, composting toilets, electricity, hot tub, lap pool, labyrinth, fairy grotto, hiking trails, etc.

Goddess Spirituality Retreats are one of the Triple Goddess Rituals facilitated by Rev. April Lussier, Metaphysical Eco-feminist Wisewoman and U.C.M. minister, who has been creating and facilitating Sacred Ceremony and Rituals since 1995.

www.SacredMagic.intuitwebsites.com

Triple Goddess Rituals

Reverend April Lussier B.T.

April 29, 2010

         Women’s Spirituality Celebrations acknowledge and honor the turning of the Wheel of the Year at eight “Sabbats”- High Holy Days of Power.  Earth is the  Great Mother Goddess “Gaia”, whose power and attributes are many.  Awakening to her presence at these sacred times; we are gifted with her healing, strength and wisdom. Every six week, we will gather in a Sacred Circle to embrace the blessings and teachings of Gaia’s cycles. Through ritual and ceremony we will connect with Mother Earth’s wisdom, be touched by the Divine Feminine Energies, release what no longer serves us, and reclaim our inner voice, our power, and our Goddess within.

    

  Come be blessed by the Goddess and Celebrate the powerful, creative, manifesting mother energy within each of us.

Summer Solstice Sabbat    Saturday  June 19, 2010    6:30 pm

Location: 895 Le Compte Pl San Jose 95122  Our Gatherings take place in an enclosed patio.    Cost: $20 What to bring: an open heart, snack to share after the ceremony, rattle or drum (optional), shawl for over your shoulders in the cool night air.

Upcoming Sabbat Dates (dates subject to change)

Lammas:  Sun. Aug 1, 2010*

Mabon:  Sun. Sept 19, 2010

Hallowmas:  Sat. . Oct 30, 201

Yule:  Sun  Dec 19, 2010

Candlemas:  Sun. Jan. 30, 2011

Spring Equinox:  Sat.  Mar. 19, 2011

Beltane:  Sun. May 1, 2011

2010 Goddess Spirituality Retreat at Salamander Camp in Santa Cruz Mts.

Sept 3-5    $200 includes  food, lodging, and Ceremonies

 The Sabbat Celebrations and other Triple Goddess Rituals are facilitated by Rev. April Lussier; metaphysical

         eco feminist Wisewoman. (408) 289-9188 or aprillussier@sbcglobal.net .    www.SacredMagic.intuitwebsites.com

Center for Creative Living

April 27, 2010

The Center for Creative Living is a multi-faith church.  Most of our congregation probably doesn’t even know the faith of the person sitting next to them, most of the congregation probably doesn’t even care.  Our faith is Love, regardless of how you got it or we’d like you to keep it and give it away.  Love is the answer and that is what most faiths teach.  Our mission statement:  We proclaim and affirm the spiritual nature of all faiths, religions and creeds.  Our vision is to co-create spiritual communities of love, trust, integrity, and mutual respect which embrace our diversity, celebrate the oneness of the human spirit, serve the well-being of the human family and honor the sanctity of all creation.

          These interfaith prayer flags hang in our sanctuary, here’s a list of what they represent (just in case you don’t recognize some of the symbols).

 

Top row, left to right

Sikh – The circle of unity contains the double edged sword representing the power of truth, and is surrounded by two curved daggers, representing the act of willingness to defend the faith.

Baha’i – The Baha’i religion is one of the newest of the religions of the prophets, and encourages world peace by teaching tolerance and honoring all paths to God.  Their symbol is a nine pointed star.

Zoroastrian – The sacred fire burns on an altar, representing the light which gives all life.  Following the prophet Zoroaster, this tradition emphasizes purity and divine light.

Wiccan – Symbolic of life and health in ancient times, the pentacle has been used as a strong protective charm.  The five pointed star is used in many traditions, and in Wicca, a shamanic nature, religion from Europe, it shows an image of how energy flows through states of life, corresponding to the five points of the human body.

Shinto – Shinto is an ancient Japanese religion.  Shinto has no written scriptures, no body of religious law, and only a very loosely organized priesthood.  Ancestors are deeply revered and worshipped.  All human life and human nature is sacred.  Tradition and the family are very important.

Confucian – The social ethics and moral teachings of Confucius are an ethical system to which rituals at important times during one’s lifetime have been added.  His writings deal primarily with individual morality and ethics, and the proper exercise of political power by the rules.

Jain – Jainism contains many elements similar to Hinduism and Buddhism.  The world’s approximately 4 million Jains are almost entirely located in India.  They practice Ahimsa; non violence.  Committing an act of violence against a human, animal, or even vegetable generates negative Karma.

Mayan – The Hunab Ku symbol represents the center of the Galaxy.  The complex and highly developed Mayan system of astrology is based on our relationship with this center at our birth.  The Mayan tradition is an ancient Native path from Central America.

African – The Akua’ba is a Goddess symbol used for good luck in may parts of Africa, and is especially worn by women and children as a charm to lend protection, fertility and good fortune.  It is primarily from the Ashanti tribe in Nigeria.

 

Bottom row, left to right

Goddess – From the ancient Middle Eastern Tradition, this Goddess image and many like it were the earliest known religious symbols and represent the fertile Mother from which life sprints.

Native American Medicine Wheel – The four directions of east, south, west and north are honored in the wheel of life, hung with sacred eagle feathers.  These directions represent the states of energy cycles such as spring, summer, fall, winter and human life as in birth, youth, maturity and old age.

Hindu – The OM is the sound of the universal vibration, the primal source form which all creation manifests.  It is the mantra mantrika, or “Mother of all sounds” the first of all creative spells spoken by the goddess, changed to attune oneself to the divine.  The original meaning was “womb.”

Taoist – The Ying Yang is the interplay between primal opposites as an eternal dance, such as (light/dark, male/female, life/death) within the heart of the light is a core of dark, and within the core of darkness lies light.

Buddhist – The Buddha taught the eightfold path to enlightenment, represented here by a prayer wheel.  The eight paths are right conduct, right contemplation, right effort, right faith, right occupation, right resolve, right self awareness and right speech.

Jewish – The traditional interweaving of the upward pointing and downward pointing triangles, representing the unity of earthly and heavenly energies.  It represents the union of God and the Shekina, the male and female energies in harmony

Christian – The traditional cross remains us not only of Jesus the Christ’s death, but of the older origins of this symbol as an intersection of two energy flows, one flowing between earth and heaven, and the other spreading out from side to side, representing the four directions.

Islamic – The calligraphy of the letters of the name of God in Arabic create a beautiful flowing form.  Islam is a tradition from the Middle East, emphasizing devotion and community.

Sufi – The awakened heart, which contains the star of perfected light and the receptiveness of the moon, becomes capable of soaring to the heights of Spirit.  Sufism is a mystical path related to Islam.

Submitted by Rev. Corky Whitacre

safecorky@aol.com

Joyful Noise

April 22, 2010

U.C.M. Newsletter of Joy, Humor, Laughter, and Inspiration

 

Editor: Rev. Doti Boon

http://safedoti@aol.com

Vol. 9 pg.16 (04-22-10)

Earth Day (April 22nd)

Affirmation

I am enjoying Paradise on earth – right here and now.

 

Atlantis – Garden of Eden

       Recently a client of mine asked my spirit guide Mahalaleel (MAH) about a lot of wonderful things. One of the most amazing was the discussion regarding the Garden of Eden. As my guide started talking – I was surprised that he was talking about Atlantis. Now, I have heard many things about the Garden of Eden and always supposed it was situated near the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in Mesopotamia. And I was quite content visualizing a wrathful God chasing two naked beings out of the Garden and closing the gate behind them.

       Imagine my amazement as my Guide commenced to tell me about Atlantis being the location of the Garden. He spoke of Atlantis being a very large island (almost as big as Australia) situated slightly above the planet. A place in another realm – but still connected to earthly beings.  And therefore, when it was exploded (beings cast out) there was very little of Atlantis remaining.

       According to MAH this place of Atlantis had a large mountain range – the highest mountain being Olympus. And that many of its inhabitants would journey back and forth to the emerging civilizations on the planet – who had yet to appreciate the Divine’s energies. That these individuals were considered Gods and Goddesses and this was over 900,000 years before recorded history. As I am writing this – I just heard on the radio that a skeleton was found of a mother and child that has been determined to be a million years old! Never before have we thought that humans existed that long ago. And now – MAH’s information and techno-science are coming together!

       I became quite interested in all of this – and began asking for more information. I spent quite a few hours channeling and writing the growth of what we consider the soul essence in human beings. Each note I took – struck a chord; and there were more and more similarities in the myths I read in all of my religious studies. All of these were connected to this mysterious place called Atlantis – that appeared a part of the Earth – but in fact was a place in between the heavenly realm and the earthly plane. It explained to me some of Erik von Daniken claims about extraterrestrial influences on early human culture, in books such as Chariots of the Gods?ancient astronaut hypotheses I had read in the 60s. The

       I know that many of you reading the Joyful Noise this week are fantastic channelers and intuitive beings. I would appreciate your contacting your guides and forwarding any and all information you receive to me at safedoti@aol.com so I can talk this Sunday about your findings! This is so fun!

Quotes on Sleep

“I think sleeping was my problem in school. If school had started at four in the afternoon, I’d be a college graduate today.”

George Foreman

“No day is so bad it can’t be fixed with a nap.”

Currie Snow, comedian

“All the sleep I ever needed is five minutes more.”

Wilson Mizner, playwright 

“A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor’s book.”

Irish proverb

There’s a new type of alarm clock on the market. It makes no noise. It uses lights and gets brighter and brighter until you wake up. I already have one of these. It’s called a window.

Jay Leno

“When I asked my friend if she was planning to attend church, she just shook her head. “I haven’t gone in a long time,” she said. “Besides, I’ve probably already broken all seven commandments.”

Nandiara Heiniges, Bagdad, Arizona

“A student showed a photo his father had sent from Iraq. In it, his dad is sitting atop a tank. On the back of the tank is this bumper sticker: “My son is an honor student at Clear Creek Elementary School.”

As read in the Reader’s Digest

Center for Creative Living

April 22, 2010

All are welcome to Sunday Celebrations at the Center for Creative Living, UCM Charter #801, at 1460 Koll Circle, Suite “C” – services in back. Need directions? Call (408) 392-9090 or visit www.doti.info.  Sunday Celebration is from 10:00 to 11:30am.

Please join us this Sunday as Rev. Doti discusses “Garden of Eden – Atlantis?” this topic has been channeled by Doti’s guide Mahalaleel (MAH) and is exciting information. Also, music, food and great conversation!

Thursday Night Classes 7:00pm to 9:00pm

$15. per person or 2 for $25. 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month.

UCM Ministerial credit available.

May 6th A look at Spirituality – from Pagan to Present with Rev. Anne Corbin and Dr. Ayleen Augustine

Upcoming Center Happenings

(For more info go to www.doti.info)

April 22nd 7:00 to 8:30 – Druidry with Dr. Ayleen Augustine $5.00

April 26th 7:30 to 8:30 – Gentle Yoga with Krishanpriya/Laura Marshall,

       Certified Yoga instructor. You will be doing specific asanas (poses) that benefit a part of the back. The Magical Ones are reviewed in     each session to round out the practice. Pranayama (Breathing) exercises – and Guided Meditation in every class. FIRST CLASS ALWAYS FREE. http://Yogadevii09@Yahoo.com

April 27th 6:30 to 8:30 – Meditation Circle with Norbeth Granado and Dr. Ayleen Augustine.   Donation

April 28th 7:00 to 9:00 – Metaphysical Movie with Free Popcorn. $5.00

“The Freedom Writers” Assigned the thankless task of teaching freshman English at a gang-infested Long Beach, CA high school, a 23-year-old teacher resorts to unconventional means of breaking through to her hardened students. The Freedom Writer’s Diary: How a Teacher and 150 Teens Used Writing to Change Themselves and the World Around Them. Her students had been written off, and her chances of succeeding scoffed at, but Erin Gruwell (Hilary Swank) wasn’t about to go down without a fight. Despite the initially hostile reaction she received in the classroom, Gruwell uses the writings of Anne Frank and Zlata’s Diary: A Child’s Life in Sarajevo to teach her students not only the basis of the English language, but compassion and tolerance as well. When the only chance for survival is to befriend the person who was once your mortal enemy, the world is open to a whole new realm of possibilities.

May 3rd GENTLE YOGA – See Above

May 4th 6:30to 8:30 – Drumming with Norbeth Granado and Dr. Ayleen Augustine. Bring your drum or play one of ours. Donation

May 8th 6:00 to 9:30 A musical “Celebration For Mothers”

DINNER (6:00 to 7:30) and CONCERT (7:30 to 9:30) at CCL!

Special $20. for EVENT or$20. for concert and $10. for dinner.

       Join us as we Celebrate Mothers. We are honoring all of those women who have raised children whether by birth, adoption or fostering. Those fantastic care givers who work their maternal magic. We will be serving a fantastic meal by Rev. Corry Gott, with entertainment by Norbeth Granado (flute, drum and didgeridoo), by Rev. Janet Childs, Ronnie Grigsby (vocalists), Carolyn Keyes (flute) The Dan Zulevic group (music to move your energies) and Norma Hughes (actress and story-teller)

      Love and Light,

             Rev. Doti Boon

‘When You’re Down to Nothing, God is up to Something’

P.S. Reverend Sandy Clark, President

April 22, 2010

I look forward to seeing you at our Annual Meeting coming up on May 15th, which will be held at Vito’s New York Trattoria, 90 Skyport Drive, San Jose, CA.  Our meeting begins at 3:00 PM and is open to everyone.  A buffet dinner will follow our meeting.  We will also be conducting a Silent Auction fundraiser for UCM at our meeting.  If you would like to donate an item for our auction, or would like to register for the dinner, which is $30.00, please contact me at 408.370.6519.

We are part of the Associate Programs offered by both Amazon.com, and Barnes&Noble.com. This means when you enter either of these websites through ours, UCM receives a commission on your purchases. Should you need to leave either website before completing your purchase you need to again go through our web site for us to receive the commission.

Remember articles or ads for the Summer Issue of our online magazine are due no later than May 25, 2010. Please submit both to staff@u-c-m.org.  Submit with all articles a personal biography.  Pictures should be sent separately and jpeg is best.

Submission for A Joyful Noise can be made http://to Safedoti@aol.com or staff@u-c-m.org.

Reverend Sandy Clark

President

Universal Church of the Master

100 W. Rincon Ave. #101

Campbell, CA 95008

408.370.6519

Fax 408.370.6591

www.u-c-m.org

P S from Reverend Clark:

April 16, 2010

Remember  to save the date: May 15th for the Universal Church of the Master Annual Meeting, which will be held at; Vito’s New York Trattoria, 90 Skyport Drive, San Jose, CA. Our meeting begins at 3:00 PM and is open to everyone. A buffet dinner will follow our meeting. We will also be conducting a Silent Auction fundraiser for UCM at our meeting. If you would like to donate an item for our auction, or would like to register for the dinner, which is $30.00, please contact me at 408.370.6519.

We are part of the Associate Programs offered by both Amazon.com, and Barnes&Noble.com. This means when you enter either of these websites through ours, UCM receives a commission on your purchases. Should you need to leave either website before completing your purchase you need to again go through our web site for us to receive the commission.

Calling all writers and advertisers.  Articles or ads for the Summer Issue of the UCM online magazine are due no later than May 30, 2010.  We love articles and updates for the blog.  Let us know what you are doing. 

Submission for A Joyful Noise can be made to http://Safedoti@aol.com or staff@u-c-m.org.

Reverend Sandy Clark

President

Universal Church of the Master

100 W. Rincon Ave. #101

Campbell, CA 95008

408.370.6519

fax 408.370.6591

www.u-c-m.org