The early 1900’s marked the emergence of New Thought philosophy and its first churches in America. Seattle was no exception and Netta Holmes was a serious student and advocate. More than anything she wanted a church and in 1921 she came across a building in downtown Seattle and said “this is the place.” That small building became the first home of the Seattle Center for Constructive Thinking which today is known as the Center for Spiritual Living. From this beginning, many generations of spiritual seekers built a foundation for us to become who we are today a robust, passionate, loving and involved community. Going strong for nearly 100 years!
On Sunday, September 2, we started holding our services, classes and events at The Mountaineers, located at 7700 Sand Point Way, in Seattle’s Magnuson Park. The Mountaineers will be our interim home until we move into our new home near Greenlake planned for 2020.
The Mountaineers will host our Sunday programs, including Celebration Services, fellowship, classes, workshops and Youth Programs. Some events may be held at other locations; we will communicate that information on our website and via email on an event-by-event basis. We will be sharing updates via our email newsletter – be sure to sign up!
Our ministers, Prayer Practitioners and members of our staff would be happy to speak with you. Feel free to reach out to us by phone at 206-527-8801 or email email@example.com.