Happenings

Self Mastery

The premise in this class is that self-mastery is not a state of being, or a skill that we can use to conquer life and gain control over our desires, aims, and abilities. It is, rather, the result of an ongoing growth process of inquiry into the self.

Tuesday Day and Thursday Evening Class,starting January 8, 2019 and January 10
 
10 week class
Tuition: $220 for this 10 week class,
25% discount for seniors.

Please see Happenings Table for sign-up sheet and more information.

SOM 205: Spiritual Economics

This class focuses on prosperity issues, the student of Spiritual Economics will gain a greater understanding of the basic metaphysical principles which govern our financial well-being.

Beginning, Tuesday,

January 8, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

Tuition: $180 for 8 week class: 25% discount for seniors, spouses, review students, and high school students.
 
 
For more information and for the
sign-up sheet, please see
the Happenings Table.

The Essential Ernest Holmes

The Essential
Ernest Holmes

Class starts Tuesday,
January 8 at 6:30 p.m.

This course is a loving tribute to Dr. Ernest Holmes and all of the wisdom he brought to our world.

Tuition: $220 or 10 week class:$165 for seniors, spouses, review students, and high school students.
 
For more information and for the
sign-up sheet, please see
the Happenings Table.

Conscious Creation Workshop

Conscious Creation
with Rev. Staci
This workshop will assist you in accomplishing your goals for 2019.
It is offered twice 
 
Monday, December 31
and
Saturday, January 5
from 10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Investment: $25.00

P.S. from Rev. Staci for the December 2nd Service

Dear Family and Friends,

Last Sunday we talked about forgiveness. Those of you that were there may remember that when I asked for anyone that didn’t have someone to forgive to raise their hands, one person raised his hand. That person’s name is Oliver and he shared with me before leaving on Sunday that he didn’t have anyone to forgive because he takes a daily forgiveness shower. He said that some days he might take two or three showers to facilitate him moving from bondage to freedom.

What a wonderful and powerful spiritual practice! I am going to have to adopt that practice and it will work out perfectly because that is where my daily prayer is done. I realize that as long as I am in that shower there is at least one person that needs my forgiveness. That would be me. As human beings many of us have a tendency to withdraw our love and light from others when we feel that our hurt, upset, disappointment or anger is caused from another party.

We feel that this self-punishment is justified and somehow believe that the other person is affected. Well guess what, they may be but the person that is ALWAYS affected is the one holding on to that energy of pain, hurt, anger and disappointment. There is a saying that we all have heard, “Get off the cross, we need the wood”. Honestly, more important that the wood is the world needs you to show up fully. The world needs each of us here expressing that which we truly are because that is a world that works for everyone.

So value yourself enough and give yourself the gift of forgiveness this holiday season. I love and appreciate each of you more than words can express. Enjoy the joy filled season and remember to take your forgiveness showers.

Namasté,
Rev Staci

Service, Sunday, 10 a.m. Dec. 9th

Sunday Service

10 a.m.

Theme: 

Happiness &
Fulfillment

Topic :

The Will to Live

Click Here to View

COME CELEBRATE WITH US!

Music
This Week

Features
Mortonette,

Patti Powers
and
Dave Marinelli


Youth Ministry

Ages 4-8

Tween ages 9-13

Babies and Children

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

Wednesday Evening Service, Dec. 12th
Featuring: Heart of Peace Meditation and Discussion

Heart of Peace Meditation and Discussion

We all know the power of consciousness and how that power can be multiplied when more of us join in the shift. Centers for Spiritual Living is doing a collective meditation project.

This project is based on the truth that Peace is Now part of our intrinsic Being. We will be meditating with many groups worldwide, meditating to embody and amplify peace, there truly will be consistent waves of peace in motion around the globe!


Facilitated by
Rev. Staci Hylton & Rev. Cheryl Bell

PLEASE JOIN US

FYI: “Wednesdays at the Well” means a deepening of your spiritual understanding

Birthdays and Anniversaries, December 2018

Carole Zmuda 12/01
Nancy Jacobson 12/02
Sharon Wilcox 12/02
Lynn Lucuara 12/03
Pamela Buckholz 12/07
Barbara Howlett 12/09
Sid Maestre 12/11
Jeana Graham 12/12
Tom Glass 12/14
Jim Thompson 12/15
D.L. Chapman 12/18
Rev. Cheryl Bell 12/19
Brenda Pratt 12/23
Monica Valerio 12/26
Marlena Chavez 12/29
Senora Colvin 12/31
Charles Cowart 12/31

Barbara and Carl Howlett 12/15
Rolana and Maurice Guice 12/17
Tina and Dr. Tom Grossman 12/27

Service, Sunday, 10 a.m. Dec. 2nd.

Sunday Service

10 a.m.

Theme: 

Happiness &
Fulfillment

Topic :

Our Need for
Forgiveness

Click Here to View

COME CELEBRATE WITH US!

Music
This Week

Features

Patti Powers
and
Dave Marinelli


Youth Ministry

Ages 4-8

Tween ages 9-13

Babies and Children

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

Teacher: Rev. Patricia Paulsen

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 the November 25th Service

Dear Family and Friends,

Those of you that were in attendance this past Sunday heard that Rev Dan’s son, Tommy, made his transition on Thanksgiving Day. He will be greatly missed by those that loved him and we know that his soul lives on eternally. Please continue to pray for Rev Dan and his ex-wife as each of them moves through this difficult period.

Even though we know that each of us are immortal and eternal it is out of the natural order of things to lose a child. Rev Dan please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers and we love you. Take all the time you need to move through the grieving process and know you are always supported by your spiritual family. Thank you Tommy for the love and joy you brought your beloveds. We know that you are on to your next adventure and we “wish” you Godspeed.

On another note, I just would like to express gratitude to Rev Wanda for giving the Sunday talk, Practitioner Lauren for delivering the news about Tommy’s transition to those at service and for a beautiful prayer, and Practitioner Kitty for being willing to wear a different hat on Sunday and welcoming those in attendance. I love and appreciate our Ministry of Prayer Team for always being willing to hold us up in prayer. You continue to show up as models for this teaching and for this I am eternally grateful.

Namasté,
Rev Staci