“Spiritual” but not “religious”? The West Valley Center for Spiritual Living may be the community you have been looking for.
Join Rev. Karen Rice for a 10-week class, "Foundations of the Science of Mind." This is appropriate for those who are just learning about Science of Mind/Centers for Spiritual Living as well as those who have been students of the teaching for many years. Class will run from 6-9 pm on Wednesdays beginning September 13th.
Special pricing: $65 (this course is usually offered elsewhere for $295+).
Tuition covers all materials including a workbook and the official registration fee paid to Centers for Spiritual Living headquarters for all certificated classes.
West Valley Center for Spiritual Living is a part of Centers for Spiritual Living™, a global community comprised of more than 400 spiritual communities, teaching chapters, study groups and other ministries in 30 countries. These communities teach a New Thought philosophy that brings religion and science together and offers spiritual tools to transform personal lives and help make the world a better place. This is done through the study and practice of Science of Mind® and Spirit, also known as Religious Science®, which holds that all life is sacred—that each human being is an expression of God.
We believe in Cause and Effect and teach that “it is done unto you as you believe.” In essence, our thinking and expectations create our reality. Our teachings incorporate the ancient wisdom of spiritual traditions through the ages. People of all spiritual paths — Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, and others — are welcome in our communities. We help people experience a personal relationship with the creator; promote a community of tolerance, understanding and respect; provide classes, programs, prayer and meditation; and advocate a safe spiritual community of like-minded people interested in living a spiritual life.
In 2017, WVCSL will be joining the thousands of members and hundreds of Centers for Spiritual Living around the world to focus on a common theme: "Values-Based Spiritual Living: We stand together in a shared commitment and devotion to our spiritual principles, practices and values."
For more information, see http://csl.org/ or http://wvcsl.com/.