908 North 1400 West
St. George, UT 84770
Sunday Meditation  9:30 AM  
Sunday Service  10:00 AM
435 703-9884 ~

The vitality of Spirit is Self-existent, Self-Propelling. As I become conscious of my Oneness with Good, I am filled with enthusiasm and a sense of energy and vitality.
~ Ernest Holmes ~


Meditation 9:30 AM

Service 10:00 AM

Sunday, July 5th
Elisha Christopher Hayden
Launching Pad Zion
Practitioner & Ministerial Intern

Sunday, July 12
Russ & Cynthia Cashin

Sunday, July 19
Rev. Josie De Los Santos

Sunday, July 26
Rev. Hannah Rothlin 
New Thought Nature Ministries
Musician Cheryl Barlow

Science of Mind Magazine

Issue, available;

There is something in this attitude of Thanksgiving that carries us beyond the field of doubt into one of perfect  Gaith and acceptance receptivity... realization

Ernest Holmes


For your generous gift that co-creates our spiritual community!

Center for Spiritual Living St. George (CSLSG) is an open, loving and inclusive community that supports thinking creatively and living a deeply spiritual life. We are an official chapter of Centers for Spiritual Living. Located among the beautiful red rocks, warm sunshine and blue skies of southern Utah, we welcome all paths to spirituality. Come celebrate life with us!


"As long as the mind is enslaved the body can never be free.  Psychological freedom and a firm sense of self-esteem is the most powerful weapon against the long night of physical slavery."  
                                                  ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

As humans, freedom is our natural state, however, we frequently believe that something outside of us must change for us to live freely.  It's easy to fall into a victim consciousness and bemoan the fact that something has been done to us, but all great teachers tell us this is not true.

In the horror of a Nazi concentration camp, Viktor Frankl was able to use the power of his mind to achieve freedom and forgive his persecutors.  

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was imprisoned multiple times for his protest against the unjust segregation of the pre-civil rights South, but he never lost his ability to act like a free man through his writing and teaching.

It is a difficult thing to accept that we have the power to control our feelings of freedom or bondage.  It takes spiritual work and an awareness of our thoughts at all times.  Sometimes, it feels easier to stop being vigilant and just fall into our personal pity party.  This is not living freely.  True freedom comes when we are mindful of the power of God within us.

Affirm today:  I free myself from any thoughts of lack or limitation, regardless of conditions and embrace the divine idea of true freedom. 

Live Freely,
Rev. Josie

Centers for Spiritual Living
International Organization

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