SHOP & GIVE

COMMUNITY & DROP IN SUPPORT GROUPS
A PLACE TO BELONG

The Center for Spiritual Living Seattle is a spiritual community and, as such, we endeavor to support one another in a variety of ways—through our joys, celebrations, triumphs, as wells as our losses, our sorrows, our pain. In all the seasons of our lives, spiritual community makes the experience better. It is richer, deeper, and more expanded because we are sharing who we are with others. These groups are free to attend.

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CURRENT DROP IN GROUPS:

The schedule listed below is subject to change for Holidays and other reasons. Be sure to check here for current schedule in case of; date change, room change, or meeting cancellation. 

SUNDAY:

ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS & DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES
Every Sun, 4 – 5:30pm, Oak Room

Adult Children of Alcoholics 12 step recovery meeting
Lead: Robin Reddeman

BODY BY SPIRIT
Every 4th Sun, 1 – 2:30pm, Oak Room
A spiritual support group for issues around body image, body awareness, self-care, and self-love.
Facilitator: Jane Shearer, RScP and Ray Houle, RScP

COMPASSION THROUGH LOSS
Every Sun, 1 – 2:30pm, Legacy Room
If you find yourself in the midst of any kind of loss and all the feelings associated with that, receive compassionate support and prayer with people who remember your Wholeness in the midst of your circumstances.
Facilitators: Compassionate Heart Team

CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING SEATTLE RECOVERY
Every 2nd and 4th Sun, 9 – 10:30am, Oak Room
A New Thought Perspective on 12 Step recovery.
Lead: Makena Phillips, RScP

GUIDED MEDITATION
Every Sun, 8:30 – 8:45am, Sanctuary
Begin each Sunday with a guided meditation to get centered and focus on the Spirit within.
Facilitator: Gary Schultz, RScP

MEN IN SPIRIT
Every 1st Sun, 11am – 12:30pm, Oak Room
Each month we take a spiritual principle and explore it from the masculine perspective.  It’s a practical, fun and sometimes challenging look at how we can put these spiritual truths into action in our daily lives.  As men, we want to make real difference in our world. Through this Circle we do. Bring a friend and experience the power of being supported as a spiritual man in the real world!
Facilitators: Don Beaty and Alex Perlman, RcP

NEXT THOUGHT GATHERING
Every Sun, 11am – 12pm, Sanctuary
The program is built and designed by Young Adult leaders and aimed at forming community through mutual exploration and pure unedited discussion. Adults ages 18-35, and adults older than 35 who identify as Young Adults, are welcome to participate through workshops and group discussion led by guest facilitators. Facilitators are qualified professionals who carry expertise in empowering people through personal growth. Stay connected with our Next Thought Community.

UNDEREARNERS ANONYMOUS
Every Sun, 1:30-2:30pm, Tranquility Room
A fellowship who share their experience, strength, and hope with one another that they may solve their common problem and help one another recover from underearning. 
Lead: Makena Phillips, RScP

WOMEN’S CIRCLE
Every 2nd Sun, 1 – 2:30pm, Oak Room
A place of support and connection for all women! Join the Women’s Group. It’s a place to:
• Connect
• Be heard
• Have fun
• Share our passions with each other
• Give and receive spiritual support
• Explore and express our individual Good
Come meet other women and share the journey of Joy and Expansion!
Facilitators: Joy Abbey-Adams, RScP and Diane Bell, RScP

TUESDAY:

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
Every Tues, Noon – 1pm, Sanctuary
Narcotics Anonymous 12 step recovery meeting
Lead: Makena Phillips, RScP

SAGES 50+
Every 1st Tues, 9:45am – Noon, Fellowship Hall
For everyone age 50 and wiser. Bring a snack to share!
Facilitator: Darlene Sommerdorf

WEDNESDAY:

CODEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS
Every Wed, 12 – 1pm, Oak Room (portable south of main buildings)
A fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. Lead: Lead: Makena Phillips, RScP

A WEEKLY SCIENCE OF MIND DISCUSSION GROUP
Every Wed, 6 – 6:45pm, Fellowship Hall *On hiatus*
Facilitator: Rev. Bob Calkins
Change Your Thinking Change Your Life

  • Become more knowledgeable about the Science of Mind Philosophy.
  • Discuss concepts of Science of Mind and how these principles work for you and in your life.
  • Take advantage of this Q & A with an expert.

Recommended Textbook: The Science of Mind by Ernest Holmes

THURSDAY:

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Every Thu, Noon – 1pm, Oak Room
Alcoholics Anonymous 12 step recovery meeting
Lead: Brent Cunning, RScP