Happenings

Wednesday Night Service, August 28th

Wednesday
at the Well

will be on Wednesday,
August 28, 2019
at 7 p.m.

Please join us.!

We will have our inspirational evening with Rev. Staci and Rev. Cheryl
You will feel the love!
Cost: Love Offering

FYI: “Wednesdays at the Well” means a deepening
of your 
spiritual understanding.
Facilitated by Rev. Staci Hylton & Rev. Cheryl Bell

P.S. from Rev. Staci for August 11th


Dear Friends & Family,

What a blessing to have Practitioner Bobby Williams back with us this past Sunday. One of Bobby’s greatest gifts as a speaker is his sharing experience and wisdom while not telling us what to do. He is truly a master at how he constructs his words and stories while always teaching and staying in principle. Thank you Bobby for being a part of my life and the life and times of the Las Vegas Center for Spiritual Living.

Yesterday we had our first Brown Bag with the Revs. Rev Cheryl and I felt it was a success. We had nine people attend and we spent the hour & getting to know one another a little better. I pray that we were able to answer some questions and provide some clarity to what we envision for the Center. Rev. Cheryl came up with this idea to provide space for ideas, questions, thoughts, and suggestions, which our community members may have, so that we optimize our time together.

Please consider coming out and bringing your lunch on the second Wednesday of the month at noon. If that time frame isn’t possible, please just give us a call and we are happy to speak and talk to you about anything on your heart or mind. We want you to know that we are here for you always.

Namasté,
Rev. Staci

Sunday Service, August 18th

COME CELEBRATE WITH US!

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Sunday Service

10 a.m.

August’s Theme: 

Respect other Nations and Peoples – Gratitude

 

 Talk Title: 

Respect as a Virtue

Patty Powers and David Marinelli

Music Featuring

Patty Powers

Songstress and Music Director

and

 Dave Marinelli

Keyboardist Extraordinaire


Youth Ministry

Ages 4-8

Tween ages 9-13

Babies and Children

Babies and Children under 3 are welcome to sit with parents in the “Happy Baby Room” located on the side of the sanctuary. There are 2 large windows and sound is piped in.

Teacher: Rev. Patricia Paulsen and the God Squad members

See our Youth page for more information

 

Teen GroupTeen Group

Teens, you are welcome to join in on a fun, interactive experience as we explore revealing Spirit as a loving presence and affirming the Divine nature in each of you.

See our Teen page
for more information

Tai Chi, August 24th

Free Qigong and Tai Chi
for Older Adults

and

Tai Chi for Beginners

Why is Tai Chi
good for seniors?

Tai chi is a gentle exercise that helps seniors improve balance and prevent falls.

Studies have found that tai chi also improves leg strength, cardiovascular  endurance, flexibility, immune system, sleep, happiness, sense of self-worth, and the ability to concentrate and multitask during cognitive tests.

Come Join us for a fun time
and  make New friends

 More info: 858 775-9425

The health  benefits of tai chi

 This gentle form of exercise can help maintain strength, flexibility, and balance, and could be the perfect activity for the rest of your life. Tai chi is often described as “meditation in motion There is growing evidence that this mind-body prac­tice, which originated in China, has value in treating or preventing many health problems.  And you can get started even if you aren’t in top shape or the best of health. The movements are usually circular and never forced, the muscles are relaxed rather than tensed, the joints are not fully extended or bent, and connective tissues are not stretched. Tai chi can be easily adapted for anyone, from the most fit to people confined to wheelchairs or recovering from surgery.

By Master Teacher
Oliver laRay

Las Vegas Center
For Spiritual living 

4325 N Rancho  Drive,
Suite 110 Las Vegas 89130

9:00am  to 10:30 am
For eight Saturdays
August 24th – Nov 12th
  

 

  • Reduces stress
  • Improves mood
  • Better sleep
  • Promotes weight loss
  • Improves cognition in older adults
  • Reduces risk of falling in older adults
  • Improves fibromyalgia symptoms
  • Improves COPD symptoms

Practical Mysticism, August 27th

Rev. Staci will teach the last class in our Summer Series entitled Practical Mysticism. We will evoke the inner mystic; a mystic is a person who intuitively perceives truth without mental process to arrive at spiritual realization. Class is 5 weeks starting Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 6:30 – 9 p.m. Investment is $125.00.

mysticism

School Supplies

collecting school supplies

School Supplies

We are collecting
School Supplies for
Project 150
Homeless Youth
now through Sunday,
August 25, 2019.

Sunday Service, August 11th

COME CELEBRATE WITH US!

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Sunday Service

10 a.m.

August’s Theme: 

Respect other Nations and Peoples – Gratitude

 

 Talk Title: 

Take A Chance!

Guest Speaker:
Bobby Williams, RScP

Patty Powers and David Marinelli

Music Featuring

Patty Powers

Songstress and Music Director

and

Dave Marinelli

Keyboardist Extraordinaire


Youth Ministry

Ages 4-8

Tween ages 9-13

Babies and Children

Babies and Children under 3 are welcome to sit with parents in the “Happy Baby Room” located on the side of the sanctuary. There are 2 large windows and sound is piped in.

Teacher: Rev. Patricia Paulsen and the God Squad members

See our Youth page for more information

 

Teen GroupTeen Group

Teens, you are welcome to join in on a fun, interactive experience as we explore revealing Spirit as a loving presence and affirming the Divine nature in each of you.

See our Teen page
for more information

P.S. from Rev. Staci for August 4th


Dear Friends & Family,

One would think that it may get old hearing how great, how special, how loving, what a great place the Las Vegas Center for Spiritual Living is and I think that the day that I feel that, that day will be my last day here as one of the Co-Spiritual Leadership Team. We really celebrated Sunday (pretty much all day Sunday) and began with simple sharing and practicing in gratitude of the diversity of religions around the planet.

It was a quiet and contemplative heartfelt Taizé service with our Ministry of Prayer Team sharing prayer, meditation, and readings that they felt shifted and raised consciousness. Kitty started us off and closed us with the right and perfect song choices played beautifully. Patty was accompanied of course by her beloved Dave (our beloved Dave) and led us in song and the chants we sang together.

Patty’s version of the song, One Power, just tied up the service with the power, emotion and love that she is. In the midst of all of it, we as a community opened ourselves up to practicing the silence and stillness that is so needed in this time on this plane. My gratitude and appreciation for all that participated in the service. It was the makings of a very special Sunday.

If that were not enough (by the way, it really was) then we had Marianne Williamson speak and this place went to new heights. There was a buzz and energy to it like never before. Rev Cheryl sat next to Marianne and she was so overcome with the love from the centering, prayer and the music that Cheryl asked me not to overdue my intro so that she would be able to get through her talk without crying.

Marianne validated my thoughts when she said, “new thought communities should be the last people sitting on the sidelines because we have a clue about how to change one heart and if we can change one heart we can change the world.” CSL’s theme for the year is Spirituality in Action. All are called and few answer.

We here at Las Vegas CSL know how to choose love, stand with it and for it so that we might awaken humanity to its spiritual magnificence and thus create a world that works for everyone. Let us not allow this space where we practice love and fellowship to be the sideline. Let us move that love out into the world so that more and more people know what we believe.

Namasté,
Rev. Staci