Sunday Service / Speakers

Each month has a Theme, and all speakers’ topics center on the Theme for the month.

Guest Speakers

Our Guest Speakers are listed below, alphabetically by first name.

Rev. Ann Shudlick

Rev. Ann Shudlick

Rev. Ann Shudlick is a long-time member of ALC. She graduated from the first prayer practitioner program at ALC, and then went on to direct the Ministry of Prayer. She graduated with a Masters in Divinity from New West Seminary in 2006. Ann has extensively studied with Rev. Dr. Marcia Sutton and has recently received her ordination through Rev. Marcia.

 

Draq Druella

Draq Druella

Draq Druella is a New Thought Prayer Practitioner, classical pianist and ALC’s Music Director. He eloquently expresses his intimacy experienced with the Divine balanced with the scientific understanding of New Thought. His personal style and knowledge beckons you to draw nearer to the warmth of the Beloved.

 

Rev. DyAnne Greentree-Wood

Rev. DyAnne Greentree-Wood studied at Marylhurst University, receiving her Masters of Divinity in 2007. Rev. DyAnne came to New Thought in the early 80s, engaging in service work as a Practitioner, fundraiser, and intern for many years. She also sings in the quintet Harmonic Joy.

 

 

Rev. Jayna Geiber

Rev. Jayna Geiber

Rev. Jayna Gieber is an Interfaith Minister, Shamanic and Buddhist teacher, initiated Priestess, and Spiritual Director of People of the Heart. A guide not a guru, transparent, humorous, humane, part bodhisattva, compassionate counselor, spiritual teacher, shaman and life coach, she is a student of the Braided Way, honoring all paths and all peoples. Jayna inspires healing through teaching, writing, speaking, retreat facilitation, and mentoring of others on their spiritual journeys.  PeopleOfTheHeart.com

 

Rev. Mark Moerman

Rev. Mark Moerman

Rev. Mark Moerman has been a familiar face as a musician and our former Music Director for many years, and has now stepped up as a speaker. Several years ago he committed to a deepening walk on his spiritual path, and this deepening led him to embark upon studies with Rev. Jayna Gieber. This culminated in his ordination as a shamanic minister and spiritual healer in the summer of 2011.

 

Rev. Myrna Yoder

Rev. Myrna Yoder

Rev. Myrna Yoder is a practicing Spiritual Director, Ceremony Officiant, and Teacher. She has a Masters of Divinity degree from New West Seminary, is a licensed and ordained minister, and holds a Certificate in the Art of Spiritual Direction from the Mercy Center for Contemporary Spirituality. You may be familiar with Myrna’s artwork, which can be seen in many local McMenamins buildings.  MyrnaYoder.com

 

Rev. Noel McInnis

Rev. Noel McInnis

Rev. Noel McInnis is Field Minister for Emerging Initiatives at New Thought Center for Spiritual Living in Lake Oswego, OR. He is a holistic educator, author, editor, musician, songwriter, poet, storyteller, humorist, and lifelong student of self-transformational teachings. He was a co-founder of the North American environmental education movement, and has served as managing editor of Marilyn Ferguson’s Brain/Mind BulletinNoelFrederickMcInnis.com

 

Rev. Norman Wolfe

Rev. Norman Wolfe

Revvi Norman Wolfe is an Interfaith Minister, Mystic, Coach, Consultant, and the Spiritual Guide at Walking With Spirit, an Interfaith Community. Norman is an explorer, seeking to unravel The Mystery and finding guidance in the Sacred Space of the Heart. He is a student of, and honors, all paths of insight and wisdom, seeking to guide people into a deeper wisdom that serves their personal journey.  QuantumLeaders.com

 

Dr. Ruth Miller

Dr. Ruth Miller

Dr. Ruth Miller is a New Thought minister serving the Pacific Northwest. Before becoming a minister, she taught in colleges and universities and worked as a consulting futurist for governments, businesses, and nonprofits. She is the author of many books, including Unveiling Your Hidden Power: Emma Curtis Hopkins’ Metaphysics for the 21st CenturyMary’s Power, and Make the World Go Away: The Gift of 2012. She is also the editor of The Library of Hidden Knowledge series, which includes Natural Abundance: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Guide to Prosperity and As We Think, So We Are.

 

Rev. Sandy Shipley

Rev. Sandy Shipley

Rev Sandy Shipley is a counselor, teacher, speaker, and ordained Religious Science minister (Centers for Spiritual Living). She has served congregations in Oregon and Hawaii where she was introduced to Polynesian and Asian spiritualities. Sandy has earned a Marylhurst degree integrating psychology and spirituality. She describes her current ministry as “educational, rather than congregational.”  SageCreative.org