A Place to Belong
Community & Drop-In Support Groups
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.
Compassion Through Loss
Every Sun, 12:15-1:30pm, White House, Office A
Loss is part of the human condition. If you are experiencing loss, the Compassion Through Loss support group offers a way to heal through loving support and prayer.
Facilitators: Compassionate Heart Team
CSL Recovery: A New Thought Perspective on 12-Step Recovery
2nd & 4th Sun, 9–10:30am, Green House
Through the teachings of Science of Mind, this group explores many paths to recovery.
Contact: Brent Cunnings Recovery@SpiritualLiving.org
Every Sun, 8:30-8:50am, Classroom A
Begin each Sunday with a guided meditation to get centered and focused on the Spirit within.
Gary Theo Schultz, RScP
Men in Spirit
1st Sundays, 11am-12:15pm, White House
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!
Don Beaty, RScP
Next Thought Gathering
1st Sundays, 11am-12pm, Green House
The program, built and designed by Young Adult leaders, is dedicated to forming community through discussion and self-exploration. 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 with expertise in empowering people through personal growth. Stay connected with our Next Thought Community.
Virtual Prayer Circles
12:15-12:45pm, Zoom Webinar
Join us in prayer every Sunday regardless of your location! Our wonderful Prayer Practitioners are bringing a new way to provide prayer support to our community — Every Sunday from 12:15-12:45pm, Practitioners will be available online using Zoom to provide Virtual Prayer Circles to online and virtual participants of our CSL spiritual community. Simply click the link listed below at 12:15pm on Sundays to join a Virtual Prayer Circle led by a CSL Prayer Practitioner.
Click to connect via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/746622824 or phone +1 669 900 6833; Meeting ID: 746 622 824
Living Well Support Group
Mondays, 5:30-6:15pm, White House
Nurture Your Spirit While Your Body Heals.
Healing happens in the presence of others.
Are you dealing with cancer or other illness? Join in this drop-in support group to help nurture your spirit while your body heals.
Rubi Romero, RScP; Robert Comstock, RScP; Artemis Antipas, RScP; Myn McCarter, RScP
Money Mastery Support Group
June 24-July 29, 6:30-7:30pm, Fellowship Hall
Overcome the struggle of living paycheck to paycheck.
Are you tired of struggling with money, bills, and feeling that you don’t have enough? Are you ready to release your belief in lack and have a new prosperous experience?
If so, join Kathianne Lewis, DD and others looking to master their finances in this 6-week support group. Bring a journal for your notes.
Kathianne Lewis, DD
1st Tue, 9:45am-12pm. Contact CSL Office for Location.
Looking for a way to age gracefully, energetically, and spiritually? Then SAGES is for you. We are an affinity group of retired people who are at least 55 years old or better, and who have found a way to share the process of “aging” in a way that is mutually supportive, comradely, and enlightening.
What are you waiting for? Come join our Seniors who are aging gratefully, energetically and spiritually at CSL. We are always looking for new SAGES!
Mid-Week Mindfullness Break
Every Wed, 12:15-12:45pm, Administrative Office
Mindfulness and meditation practice is proven to benefit our physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. Some of the most common benefits of mindfulness include decreased stress, improved focus and clarity, enhanced ability to deal with illness, facilitation of recovery, decreased depressive symptoms, and improved general health.
You are invited to take a free Mid-Week Mindfulness Break with us every Wednesday and experience the power of this simple practice in your life!