Tenth Annual Prayer Symposium

Tenth Annual Prayer Symposium

East Bay Church

Tenth Anniversary Prayer Symposium

October 23 & 24



“Standing in the Power of God”

Join us for an Inspirational Prayerful, Uplifting Event

Internationally Recognized Key Note Speaker

Engaging Workshops

Fun Breakout Sessions

Soul-Stirring Music

Pet & Garden Blessings

Friday Night DJ Party & Mini Concert

Saturday Symposium

Upcoming EBCRS workshop – “Pray Without Ceasing” on October 30th is included with registration

Cost: $35.00 for Both Days



Friday October 23

Virtual Dance Party Featuring DJ Stone and Blooma &The Phat Luv Band

6pm – 8pm

About Blooma & The Phat Luv Band

Blooma is the loving “force voice” lead vocalist of the “PLB.” She has been given divine gifts and the humbling assignment to walk the earth empathetically, to share her voice in song, enlighten, bring joy and servitude to what she enthusiastically calls “da people!”

Phat Luv Band is an organic Oakland-based band that is known as Oakland’s house band by First Fridays where they performed every first Friday for two years.

Phat Luv Band’s organizing theme is love, compassion and humanity.

About DJ Stone

The best of classic soul, rock and roll, rhythm & blues, country, oldies, motown, latin, disco, eighties, nineties, hip-hop, and whatever else your heart desires.

Saturday October 24

All Day Event

9am – 3pm

Guest Speakers

don Miguel Ruiz Jr.

When he was only 14 years old, don Miguel Ruiz Jr. apprenticed to his father don Miguel Sr. and his grandmother, Madre Sarita, to learn how to they manifested their intent to heal people, both physically and spiritually. When he reached his mid-20’s, after 10 years of apprenticeship, his father intensified his training.  This training culminated one day when don Miguel Ruiz Sr. sent his eldest son out in the world, saying, “Find your way out. Go home and master Death by becoming alive.”

For the past six years, don Miguel Jr. has applied the lessons learned from his father and grandmother to define and enjoy his own personal freedom while achieving peace with all of creation. As a Nagual,  Miguel Jr. is finally ready to pass along the wisdom and the tools of his family’s traditions.

Along with his father, don Miguel Ruiz Sr., and brother, don Jose Ruiz,  don Miguel Jr. leads workshops, retreats and power journeys to help others to achieve their own personal freedom and optimal physical and spiritual health.   He also hosts a successful weekly internet radio show, “The Way of the Desert”. Meet him on his website www.miguelruizjr.com

Luchan Baker III, RScP

Luchan Baker III RScP, fondly known as Brother Luchan is a proud Oakland, Ca native. In 2004, at 23 years old, Brother Luchan became the youngest practitioner to obtain their license, which was such an honor. Currently, he serves as the Director of Youth and Family at Oakland’s Center for Spiritual Living.

Brother Luchan has grown up in the Science of Mind philosophy, hailing from a line of Science of Mind ministers and practitioners. His Grandmother is the honorable Reverend Elouise Oliver and he learned at a young age that God is All there Is, a philosophy that served him well during his life.

Brother Luchan has taught classes, volunteered for various duties and has consistently given sermons at churches all over California. He speaks the message of real life in a language the youth of today can relate to. He’s a former rap battle emcee and now proud to be making waves as a motivational speaker.

Brother Luchan, his wife Sarah and their three children spend a lot of time volunteering and working to make Oakland a great place to live. He is proud to serve in the City of San Francisco as a case manager working to remedy homelessness.

He is inspired to continue to make the Science of Mind philosophy accessible to youth and people who need it most, bridging the gap between our elders and our youth.


“Standing in the Power of Prayer Circle” Featuring Rai Jordan, RScP, Emeritus

About Rai Jordan, RScP, Emeritus

For over two decades, Rai been creating sacred space for individuals and groups to meditate, vision and pray. She is Founder and Spiritual Director of Higher Vision Institute, a CSL teaching chapter dedicated to supporting individuals and groups in using visioning as a pathway for personal and global transformation.

Once a successful yet unfulfilled member of the corporate & non-profit worlds, Rai charted a new course for her life with visioning and affirmative prayer. She credits the powerful spiritual practices with providing her with the guidance, inspiration and courage to turn a good life into a great one.

This year Rai celebrates 22 years as a licensed spiritual practitioner, 18 of those with a full-time teaching and healing practice. She is the author of The Visioning Guide, The Vision Manifestation Kit and Prayers & Meditations for the Journey.

“Living Your Life as a Prayer” Featuring Rev. James Jeffley

About Rev. James Jeffley

Rev. James Jeffley is an ordained minister through the Universal Life Church.

He is the founder of The Church of Higher Consciousness. Their mission is to help people dream bigger, work smarter, love deeper and do better in every part of their life through the elevation of their consciousness. 

He is the father of Kayman Jeffley, long-time member of East Bay, and co-parent with Felicia Jeffley, long-time member and practitioner.

Rev. James is the author of Follow the Signs: Lessons Learned While Traveling Life’s Highways, available at our Between the Lines Online Bookstore.

He is a professional trainer and coach, helping people from all walks of life close the gap between their dreams and their reality. 

He is a musician, and can be heard playing bass every second and fourth Sundays, respectively, at San Jose and Oakland Centers for Spiritual Living.

He is an accomplished speaker and has twice been a finalist in the Toastmasters World Championships of Public Speaking.

Musical Inspiration

NuDay with
Vanessa Wynn


East Bay Women’s Choir with Sharon Henderson


EBCRS Men’s Choir with Tyrone Cosey

Commemorative Items

10th Anniversary Prayer Symposium Commemorative Tote Bag

This tote is great for groceries, the gym or just around town. A high-end look without the high price tag!
Cost $25. Free shipping & handling



10th Annual Prayer Symposium Commemorative Face Mask

This soft and comfortable mask is made with three layers of 100% cotton. Finish applied containing silver
and copper providing antimicrobial preservative technology for the mask. One size fits most adults.
Cost $14. Free shipping & handling




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