Past Events

[Past Event] 6/14/15 ~ Q&A with Amelia Boynton Robinson

Sunday, June 14, 12pm: Q&A with Amelia Boynton Robinson

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On Sunday, June 14 at noon, we will have a Q&A with Amelia Boynton Robinson facilitated by Spiritual Leader Xavier Eikerenkoetter. Amelia will share her experiences during the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches that played a pivotal role in African-American voting rights. Join us at 4140 Broadway or on our live stream here:

About Amelia Boynton Robinson:

Amelia Boynton Robinson led a march for voting rights in Selma on March 7, 1965. Amelia was beaten and tear-gassed by police and left for dead as the 600-strong marchers approached the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. The attack on demonstrators, known as “Bloody Sunday,” shocked the nation and changed the course of history. It resulted in the Selma to Montgomery march led by Dr. Martin Luther King and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Amelia is a cousin of Rev. Ike and Xavier Eikerenkoetter. A committed advocate for justice, she was joined by President Obama in a march to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday this past March 2015. She wants young people to know the importance of "the struggle we faced to get to the point we are today."


[Past Event] 4/12/15 ~ Guest Speaker Jean Houston



Jean Houston, Ph.D.

Champion of the Human Spirit

“A New Life for a New Time”

FREE, but donations are suggested. 

A challenging time requires that we become magnificent! What that means is that we discover and use new capacities and powers that we may not have known that we had. On Sunday, April 12 at noon, Dr. Jean Houston will explore the power of identity and perception and show you very practical ways to access your own hidden possibilities.

As a world traveler, author, international consultant to the United Nations, and student of human potential for over 50 years, she brings her wisdom, great sense of humor and profound observations to the Palace to provide a unique Sunday service that just may change your life!

Dr. Jean Houston is one of the foremost visionary thinkers and doers of our time, and one of the principal founders of the Human Potential Movement. Dr. Houston has worked intensively in 40 cultures and 100 countries helping global state leaders, leading educational institutions, business organizations, and millions of people to enhance and deepen their own uniqueness.

She is a prolific writer and author of 27 books, including A Passion for the Possible, Search for the Beloved, Life Force, The Possible Human, A Mythic Life: Learning to Live Our Greater Story, and The Wizard of Us. As advisor to UN agencies in human and cultural development, she has worked to implement some of their extensive educational and health programs, training leaders in developing countries throughout the world in the new field of social artistry.