Prayer Request Line
Available by phone or email, the Prayer Request Line is an easy way for you to be supported by our Prayer Practitioners. Your request for yourself or another is considered confidential and sacred and is held in consciousness by over 70 Practitioners on our prayer support team.
Submit your request for prayer to the Prayer Request Line at 206-524-7729 or email PrayerRequest@SpiritualLiving.org.
Are you needing some inspiration or pick-me-up? Dial our Inspiration Line, 206-525-4438, for a daily, pre-recorded message to help you feel connected to the Divine within.
These are small groups of (6-8) community members who gather in host homes for weekly two-hour meetings to connect, share from the heart, and support one another in prayer. Led by a trained facilitator these meetings center around a spiritual topic or book. (On hiatus due to Covid)
One Life Animal Ministry
This ministry’s purpose is honoring and nurturing the bond of love between animals and humans. We support people who have lost their pets or are dealing with a terminally ill animal. We send bereavement cards when we are aware, and we sponsor an annual pet blessing on a Sunday at the Center.
Join Rev. Karen Cleveland for Spiritual Practices for Animal Parents on Zoom every 2nd Thursday at 6pm PT and connect with other animal lovers! Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89478104040
These are confidential and sacred, 10-15-minute Practitioner prayer sessions, offered several times a year to anyone in the community on specific Sundays after service. These are free sessions, although a love offering is recommended. Visit the events calendar for upcoming dates.
These groups of community members bridge all paths of recovery including 12 Steps and the teachings of Science of Mind. We explore how CSL teachings can enhance recovery and how recovery can broaden spiritual life!
2nd and 4th Sundays, 9-10:30am PT
The purpose of the Reaching Out ministry is to offer personal contact and support to those in need in our community. Support may include phone calls, emails or a visit. The homebound, one recovering from surgery, chronically ill or receiving a new diagnosis benefit from a sense of connection with us. Our community goes beyond the walls of our building.
If you need support, contact Nancy Rice at firstname.lastname@example.org.