Kathianne Lewis, DD

Title: Spiritual Director
Phone: 206-527-8801 x5102
Email: Contact Form

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Reverend Dr. Kathianne Lewis has served thousands of people in her 25+ years of service as Spiritual Director and Senior Minister at the Center for Spiritual Living. She is known world wide as a Spiritual Leader, Master Teacher and Luminary –Empowering people to live a thriving life. Her worship services, classes and retreats, both locally and internationally, are engaging, entertaining and most importantly, transformational. Having been a spiritual seeker for most of her life, she draws from the ancient wisdom of faith traditions around the world, yet always makes the Universal Spiritual Principles she presents applicable to human needs and aspirations. As a leading scholar in New Thought philosophy, she brings into harmony those teachings with the insights that ancient and contemporary religious study offer. Always, she offers practical spiritual tools for use in an often complex world. Kathianne (as she likes to be called) was ordained by the United Centers for Spiritual Living, a national New Thought denomination, and received her Doctorate of Divinity from the same in 1995.

“My vision is a world that works for everyone through the practice of spiritual principles.”

Get to know Kathianne…

What is your life’s metaphor? 

God’s midwife, by helping people birth a new spiritual identity I get to enjoy their growth and changes into empowering and transformational ways.

What is your cherished attribute?

I have a keen intuition that I translate in a real world way for each individual’s needs and desires.

What is your creative outlet?

I like the visual arts and anything that has a sacred context and theme. I have been creating collages with paper for over a year. I am slowly getting into cooking.

What is a book that changed your life?

“I Deserve Love” by Sondra Ray introduced me to the power of affirmation and changing our thoughts for spiritual growth and renewal. Metaphysical books remain constant companions.

What is the one thing you would change in the world?

I would like to find the funds to spay and neuter dogs and cats all over the world.

What is your 50 year vision for CSL Seattle?

The inclusive way we engage people and spirituality, rather than religion, widely influences people – enriching their daily lives and how they govern and conduct their business. These inclusive practices support proactive, prosperous and positive behavior and attitudes while leaving no room for prejudice.

If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.

Dalai Lama