Awakening to Who You Really Are
June 11, 2023 @ 10:30AM — 11:45AM Mountain Time (US & Canada)
Althea Center for Engaged Spirituality : 1400 N Williams St Denver, CO 80218 Get Directions
Awakening to Who You Really Are with Rev. Elzia Sekou
Now more than ever we are asking ourselves, "Who am I really?" and "Why am I here?" There is an internal yearning to answer these questions. Join Rev. Elzia Sekou this Sunday, June 11th, as he explores these questions and more on what it mean to be "Awoke." How do you know if you are "Awake" and what’s required to wake up if you are not? Now is the time to Awaken to our True Selves and become aware of our Divine nature and purpose in life.
All are welcome. Stay for our community lunch directly afterwards! We'll also have an in-person Deep Dive at 12:30 pm with Rev. Elzia Sekou to explore the Sunday message further.
Featured Speaker: Rev. Elzia Sekou
Rev. Elzia Sekou is the Sr. Minister at CSL Denver and a current member of the CSL Ministerial Counsel. Professionally, Rev. Elzia serves as the Lead Application Engineer at LTCI Partners LLC/NFP, focusing on IT strategy, process improvements and system transformation. Additionally, Rev. Elzia serves on NFP’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Advisory Board and as the Co-leader of The Black Professionals – Business Resource Group.
He is a former college professor, past chair of Cultural Diversity and Human Relations Commission for the city of Lakewood CO, a Special Focus/ Young Adult minister at Mile Hi Church and was former Islamic Imam. He is an avid student of ancient wisdom traditions focusing on Ancient Egypt (Kemet), Islam & The Tao.
He holds a B.S. degree in Management from Florida A&M University and a Master’s in Management Information Systems from the City College of NY. He’s a strong advocate for community building and has been active in servicing the community by sitting on several boards, participating as a member of the Denver Juvenile Drug Court and conducting Rites of Passage Programs.
He’s a husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather and has lived in 5 states and Australia giving him a unique perspective on relationship building and cultural differences. His motto is “ Don’t go where there’s a path, go where there is no path and leave a trail.
Featured Musician: David Churchil
David Churchill started playing piano at the tender age of 10. His dad had an old upright piano in his basement. He took lessons for only 2 years, studying classical music.
He performed a concert the Mile Hi Church of Religious Science, Lakewood, Colorado in 1995. Produced, and performed his own concert, held at the Lamont School of Music, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado, on November 18, 1994. Has performed at the Unity Church in Boulder. Played blues with Randy McAllister and performed in a jazz combo at Broadway Music school, 2009.