A Place to Belong
Community Groups & Support Services
As a deeply spiritual community, the Center for Spiritual Living is a place to find support in times of joy, celebrations and triumphs, as well as through times of loss, sorrows, and pain. Whatever your situation or season of life, you’ll find support in the form of one of our many drop-in community groups.
Nightly Inspirational Message from Kathianne Lewis, DD
To receive a nightly recorded inspirational message from Spiritual Director, Kathianne Lewis, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and phone number.
Anchored in Prayer: Morning Prayer and Meditation
Daily, 7am PT
Join Rev. Jeri Hudson for an inspiring start to your day. Click to join on Zoom. Use password: 123456
Call the Prayer Line at 206.524.7729 to leave a voicemail prayer request for our Prayer Practitioners.
The Inspiration Line has a daily recorded motivational message, by our own practitioners, that you can listen to at 206-525-4438 (GIFT).
Men in Spirit
1st Sunday, 10:30am PT. Education Annex and Zoom.
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!
For Zoom link information, please reach out to: Rev. Don Beaty at email@example.com
Facilitator: Rev. Don Beaty
Young Adult Next Thought Gathering
1st & 3rd Sundays, 11am-1pm PT. Education Annex (Lower Level).
The Next Thought Gathering supports those 18-35 in exploring conscious spirituality. Join group members in-person every 1st & 3rd Sunday to explore a different topic.
Facilitators: Elijah Barbee
1st & 3rd Sundays, 12:30-2pm PT. Ann Bock Prayer Room.
CSL Recovery Conversations: A New Thought Perspective on 12-Step Recovery
2nd & 4th Sundays, 9-10:30 PT. Education Annex.
Through the teachings of Science of Mind, this group explores many paths to recovery.
Contact: Jack O’Berg, 206-949-9050
Women in Spirit
3rd Sundays, 10:30-11:30am PT, Classroom A.
We who identify as women face a unique set of challenges in our current world, especially as it relates to living out our spiritual practice and beliefs. Community, support, and sisterhood are important factors in not only surviving but thriving in such a world. Sisters in Spirit will provide you with this community, support, and sisterhood! Join us and experience the transformative power and healing presence of extraordinary women as we come together to dive deep spiritually and create positive change in our lives and our world.
Women in Spirit is open to all who identify as women, including non-binary and gender-fluid folks who are 18 years of age or older.
Facilitators: Monica Drummey, Suzanne West, and Marjorie McKinney
The Practice of Abundance
Sundays, 6pm PT. Zoom
Join this weekly drop-in group focused on the Practice of Abundance from John Randolph Prices’ “The Abundance Book”. We begin with meditation, followed by an opportunity for check-ins, brags and prayer.
Facilitator: Jim Landis and Vicki Draper
Monday Guided Meditation
Mondays, 7-7:45pm PT. Zoom.
Join with us every Monday for a free meditation. Connect with yourself on a deep level, reflect on what need in your life, and come away with a newfound sense of confidence and self-love. Our weekly meditation will follow our Monthly Themes and is guided by our inspirational Practitioners as our facilitators.
Through breath, guided imagery, and/or body awareness you will easily connect with the present moment. Be aware of your thoughts, feelings and sensations and leave with a peaceful heart.
Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/94405433007
Living Well During Illness Support Group
Tuesdays, 1-2pm PT. Conference Call.
Nurture Your Spirit While Your Body Heals.
The Living Well During Illness Support Group provides compassionate support to individuals facing health challenges. They create a safe and inclusive space where participants can freely express their emotions, fears, and uncertainties related to their illnesses, while incorporating elements of faith and spirituality into their healing journeys.
Are you dealing with cancer or other illness? Join in this drop-in support group to help nurture your spirit while your body heals.
Facilitators:Artemis Antipas, RScP; Rubi Romero, RScP, and Nicola Archibald
Join by Phone Only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the conference call number
SAGES - Seniors Aging Gratefully, Energetically, and Spiritually (55+)
2nd Wednesday, 10am PT. Fellowship Hall.
Seniors Aging Gratefully, Energetically and Spiritually is a group of retired CSL individuals, usually 55 or better, who are sharing the process of aging in a way that is mutually supportive, comradely, and enlightening.
Meeting since 2006, SAGES offers Spiritual, Service, and Social activities for the 55 and up but Young at Heart. The group maintains a supportive circle of trust for people to share voluntarily about themselves and maintain a sense of humor too.
Join this fun loving, energetic group where you and your life are the focus.
SAGES will not be meeting in May, July, or August 2023.
Questions? Email Diana Johnson
Creativity as a Spiritual Practice
3rd Thursdays, 7-8:30pm PT. Zoom.
Come join us to celebrate Creativity as a Spiritual Practice every third Thursday at 7pm on Zoom. Explore creative processes based in spiritual principles, get inspired to receive what Creative Spirit is wanting you to know, consider how it takes form through you, and share your art and your process with your peers. All are welcome! Whether you consider yourself an artist or not, being in touch with your creativity enhances the art of living on every level.
Facilitator: Rev. Andrea Weatherhead