First, the disclaimers. I belong to a mainstream Protestant denomination and actually attend services once in a while at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco; to me, "deadheading" means taking the wilted flowers off my rose and camellia bushes; my drugs of choice are whiskey and latte; and I was born in the sixties to parents who were definitely part of what was later called the "Silent Majority", so did not "experience" that decade. But none of this keeps me from having genuine spiritual leanings or a wacky sense of humor (*grin*).The "Temple of Grooviness" is the pad Hothead shares with her wondercat, Chicken, in my favorite 'zine, _Hothead Paisan: Homicidial Lesbian Terrorist_. It may seem a bit odd at first glance that a Homicidal Lesbian Terrorist resides in a Temple of Grooviness, but I suggest reading the 'zine (now available in book form) carefully from the beginning. Check out the Hothead web page, or send the wonder-babes at Giant Ass Publishing some email at firstname.lastname@example.org (heh: wonder how they got that address through the AUPs at AOL).
Anyway, I like the sound of it; it reminds me of the old Laugh-In routine from my childhood - Flip Wilson and the "First Church of What's Happening Now!".
So that's the story. If you are interested in discussing religion and spirituality, there are numerous places on the 'net. I suggest a good search engine, although the topic does seem to come up with some regularity in the soc.singles.moderated newsgroup. Oh, yeah, if you've ever wanted to sign "Rev." in front of your name, or perform marriage ceremonies, the Universal Life Church now offers on-line ordination.