908 North 1400 West
St. George, UT 84770
Sunday Meditation  10:30 AM
Sunday Service 11:00 AM

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Meditation 10:30 AM

Service 11:00 AM

February Theme: 

Seek the Common Good - Oneness

Sunday, February 3rd
Rev. Laura Hallett

Sunday, February 10th
Sharon Shores, RScP
"Recognition of 
Our Shared Humanity"

Sunday, February 17th
Rev. Laura Hallett
"Understanding Our Interdepencence"

Sunday, February 24th
Guest Speakers
Rev. Dr. Melissa Phillippe 
and Rev. Z Egloff
"Where is the Love?"

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 ~

Ernest Shurtleff Holmes was an American New Thought writer, teacher, and leader.  He was the author of The Science of Mind and numerous other metaphysical books.  The principles he taught as "Science of Mind" have inspired and influenced many generations of metaphysical students and teachers.

February 2019 Newsletter

"My Love goes out to every one in the world...
My Love warms and lightens everything that it touches,
and it goes out into all places...
Love within me is Complete and Perfect."
Science of Mind, page 547

Hello Beloveds!!

What a joy it is to be writing to you this month. We have had an amazing holiday season and have already eagerly leaped into 2019 by going back to the basic principles of the Science of Mind, the philosophy practiced here at Centers for Spiritual Living. We looked at Spirit and how It works in our lives to change conditions and bring about a more harmonious experience for all of us.

Our theme for 2019 is Spirituality in Action based on The 10 Prophetic Justice Principles as developed by Rev. James Forbes. These topics are in alignment with the basic principles of the Science of Mind helping each one of us become a creative force for change in our own unique ways. This is one way that you help create a world that works for everyone and all of creation. The topics for each month are as follows:

  • February – Oneness – Seek the Common Good
  • March – Integrity – Be Truthful in Facts and Motives
  • April – Diversity – Promote Diversity and Inclusion
  • May – Compassion – Care for the Poor
  • June – Empowerment – Protect the Vulnerable
  • July –Creativity – Advocate for Freedom of Thought
  • August – Gratitude – Respect other Nations and Peoples
  • September – Love – Ensure the Stewardship of Our Planet
  • October – Unity – Cherish the Human Family
  • November – Spirituality – Spiritually Motivated Moral Leadership

We will finish off the year by looking at how our philosophy integrates with the Holy Days of the major faith traditions.

Each topic also has a book of the month to support our exploration of it. They are listed below.

  • January: The Science of Mindby Ernest Holmes
  • February: Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World, by H.H. Dalai Lama
  • March: The Inward Journey, by Howard Thurman
  • April: Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good Peopleby Mahzarin R. Banaji
  • May: Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion by Gregory Boyle
  • June:A New Republic of the Heartby Terry Patten
  • July: Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fearby Elizabeth Gilbert
  • August: The Gentle Art of Blessingby Pierre Pradervand
  • September: Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth, by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
  • October: The Principle of Onenessby Russell Anthony Gibbs
  • November: Dare to Leadby Brené Brown
  • December: Thou Art That: Transforming Religious Metaphorby Joseph Campbell

In February our topic of Oneness will have us exploring our shared humanity, interdependence and what is best for the common good of all of creation. In his book that we’re using in February, the Dalai Lama writes:

The first principle is the recognition of our shared humanity and our shared aspiration to happiness and the avoidance of suffering; the second is the understanding of interdependence as a key feature of human reality, including our biological reality as social animals. From these two principles we can learn to appreciate the inextricable connection between our own well-being and that of others, and we can develop a genuine concern for others’ welfare.

We have such a fabulous year ahead of us and I’m so excited to have your company as we journey through it together.

Peace and richest blessings,

Rev. Laura

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!

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