CLICK on the following link to view Rev. Bonnie's talk on YouTube from Sunday, February 17, 2013, titled "Love Liberation". http://youtu.be/CjKJiBy2mgo.
Our service on
March 10, 2013 ~ A Generous Allowance
Rev. Bonnie is the Senior Minister of the Ventura Center for Spiritual Living. She was born in New York, graduated from Duke University with a degree in Nursing, and then received a degree from the North Carolina School of the Arts in Vocal Performance.
Rev. Bonnie worked in New York for several years as a Nurse, Opera Singer, and Actress. In 1992-93, she performed in the National Tour of a Broadway Show and then decided to move to Southern California. She attended the North Hollywood Church of Religious Science, became a practitioner there, and then received a Master of Divinity from Holmes Institute.
Rev. Bonnie served as a staff minister at NHCRS for two years, prior to being led to Ventura Center for Spiritual Living. A gifted speaker and visionary, Rev. Bonnie offers dynamic leadership to transform lives and helps make the world a better place. Rev. Bonnie is dedicated to calling forth the best in all beings and working together to create a culture of kindness. Ventura Center for Spiritual Living is a journey church, where participants engage in an ongoing discovery of how to live fully and abundantly in the Infinite.
Rev. Bonnie currently lives in Santa Paula with her husband Hugh, Vizsla Dogs - Stella and Bartok and many other animals. You may contact Rev. Bonnie at either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Born in Chicago Illinois, David has been involved in many different aspects of the music business. As a guitar player and vocalist, he has toured with artists such as Bobby Kimball (TOTO) and Bo Didley, as well as bands like the Coasters and the Drifters. He opened for Rod Stewart, Hootie and the Blowfish and the Eagles’ Glenn Frey. In 2003, David made his screen debut as a member of the New Main Street Singers in the Christopher Guest comedy, “A Mighty Wind,” starring Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara. In 2004 David appeared on the Academy Awards with Eugene and Catherine as they performed their Oscar nominated song. “A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow.” David was featured musician on the Mighty Wind soundtrack and was recognized by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for his guitar and vocal work on the title song, “A Mighty Wind,” which won a Grammy Award for Best Song in a Motion Picture. David also appeared in the most recent Christopher Guest comedy, “For Your Consideration.”